Tag Archives: Burma

Peace Processes and Hybrid Governance in Myanmar

Ashley South‘s latest article is available at the publisher’s website. In his “Hybrid Governance” and the Politics of Legitimacy in the Myanmar Peace Process (DOI: 10.1080/00472336.2017.1387280), Ashley examines the process of accommodating existing governance arrangements in ethnic areas that often … Continue reading

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Most Viewed at JCA

The publisher’s website includes lists of the most cited and most viewed/downloaded articles at JCA. Of the latter, the following are noteworthy, with three of them available for free download: Thailand’s Deep State, Royal Power and the Constitutional Court (1997–2015) by … Continue reading

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Communal violence and transition in Myanmar

JCA readers in Copenhagen may be able to attend this event. It includes two authors – Nick Cheesman and Gerard McCarthy – from our recent special issue Interpreting Communal Violence in Myanmar: Communal violence and transition in Myanmar Tuesday 22 … Continue reading

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How Myanmar’s “national races” trumped citizenship

In another piece at New Mandala, Nick Cheesman draws from his recent article for JCA, How in Myanmar “National Races” Came to Surpass Citizenship and Exclude Rohingya (DOI: 10.1080/00472336.2017.1297476). *A version of this piece at New Mandala also appeared at … Continue reading

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Cheesman on Interpreting Communal Violence in Myanmar

Nick Cheesman is a Fellow in the Department of Political and Social Change, Australian National University, and a 2016-17 a Member of the Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton. He has a post at New Mandala, which is extracted and adapted … Continue reading

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Communal Violence in Myanmar

As previously posted, Issue 3 of Volume 47 (2017) has gone to print and is available electronically  at the publisher’s site. This number is a special issue. Interpreting Communal Violence in Myanmar has been guest edited by Nick Cheesman from … Continue reading

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Myanmar’s border areas, maritime and mountain

Ashley South is based at the Centre for Ethnic Studies and Development at Chiang Mai University.  In a new review at the JCA publisher’s website he has a new review of Su-Ann Oh’s collection, Myanmar’s mountain and maritime borderscapes: local … Continue reading

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