Nyi Nyi Kyaw, 15 June 2018Myanmar’s Constitutional Reform Process: A pragmatic prioritization of process over substantive reform?
Dr Melissa Crouch, 25 July 2016The constitutional implications of Myanmar’s peace process
Dr Melissa Crouch, 12 February 2016Dawn of a Democratic Era or Dialogue with Dictators? The Challenges Ahead for Myanmar’s New Leaders
Sara Perria, 30 November 2015Myanmar: Suu Kyi’s long haul towards constitutional reforms
11 September 2018Op-ed: Gender reforms needed in Myanmar's constitution
3 September 2018Op-ed: Constitution-making and peace process stagnation in Myanmar: Will a conditional clause help restore confidence in the 21st century Panglong Conference?
12 June 2018Op-ed: Do Constitutional Rights Matter?
Op-ed: Why Are So Many Democracies Breaking Down?
23 May 2018Italy, Poland, Hungary and even Spain: European democracy is in shambles. Critical threats to democracy have also surfaced in countries like Turkey, Brazil and …
Myanmar’s ambitious new president pushing for changes to military-drafted constitution
8 May 2018Newly appointed President Win Myint’s strident talk of amending Myanmar’s military-drafted constitution has set the former speaker on a collision course with th…
Protesters in Myanmar Call for Abolishment of Military-Drafted Constitution
28 February 2018More than 100 people in south-central Myanmar’s Bago region staged a protest on Tuesday calling for the abolishment of the country’s 2008 constitution, in a rep…
Op-ed: The Military's Role in Sub-National Institutions: An Obstacle to Federalism in Myanmar
25 January 2018When international observers and media outlets discuss Myanmar’s constitutional structure, they largely focus on the military’s role in national institutions. W…
Myanmar President Calls for Reform of Nation's Military-Drafted Constitution
4 January 2018Myanmar's civilian president called in an Independence Day speech on Thursday for reform of a military-drafted constitution and for justice for all recognized m…