What Matters

19 Aug

Battles, civilian casualties, refugees and internally displaced persons – IDPs (What Matters No. 33)

(The original Burmese version was published on the ISP-Myanmar Facebook page on June 24, 2021) Download as PDF Version After the coup d’état on Read more...
09 May

Victims of violent crackdowns (What Matters No. 20 – From February 1 to April 15, 2021)

(The original Burmese version was published on the ISP-Myanmar Facebook page on April 16, 2021)  ∎ Key findings in brief  Following the Read more...
09 May

The Political Culture of Perceiving Power as Privilege (What Matters No. 19)

(This article is a translation of the Burmese language version that ISP-Myanmar posted on its Facebook page on April 12, 2021)  Download as Read more...
19 Apr

Victims of violent crackdowns (What Matters No. 16 – From February 1 to April 7, 2021)

(The original Burmese version was published on the ISP-Myanmar Facebook page on April 9, 2021)  ∎ Key findings in brief  Following the February 1, Read more...
19 Apr

Victims of violent crackdowns (What Matters No. 14 – From February 1 to April 1, 2021)

(The original Burmese version was published on the ISP-Myanmar Facebook page on April 2, 2021) ∎ Key findings in brief  Following the Read more...
16 Apr

Victims of violent crackdowns (What Matters No. 13 – From February 1 to March 25, 2021)

(The original Burmese version was published on the ISP-Myanmar Facebook page on March 26, 2021)  ◉ What Matters  ISP-Myanmar covers Read more...

Featuring

03 Nov

Myanmar crisis calls for international diplomatic reset

New UN special envoy may deal with military regime more effectively than ASEAN With the Association of Southeast Asian Nations, modest expectations are Read more...
03 Nov

A Roadmap for the ASEAN Special Envoy’s Journey

(This article is an abridged translation of the original Burmese language version that Institute for Strategy and Policy -Myanmar posted on its Read more...
09 Oct

The New Battlefront in Myanmar’s Economy: Fake News

(This commentary was originally published on Fulcrum by the ISEAS – Yusof Ishak Institute on October 7, 2021) The scarcity of information has raised the Read more...
19 Aug

Policy suggestions for getting international humanitarian assistance to tackle Myanmar’s third wave of the coronavirus pandemic

(This article is a translation of the Burmese language version posted by ISP-Myanmar on its Facebook page on July 20, 2021) Download as PDF Version Read more...
04 Jun

The Real Kingmakers of Myanmar

For its part, the anti-coup movement — largely a combination of NLD supporters, Generation Z protesters and civil servants — has been shifting tactics Read more...
20 Apr

Call for the immediate release of Aung Myo Htet, a member of ISP-Myanmar

Date: April 20, 2021 1 Aung Myo Htet, a staff member of the Institute for Strategy and Policy – Myanmar (ISP-Myanmar), was detained by state Read more...

What we do

Research

Involves a forthcoming series of working papers written by members and associates of ISP on topics that we deem critical and topical for Myanmar’s future

Capacity Building

Strengthen capacities for democratic leadership through the design or reform of institutions such as political parties, parliaments, government departments, and local associations.

Leadership Engagement

Supports the engagement and collaborations of policy practitioners in union government, local government, parliament and academia, and International organisations

Communication and Outreach

Inspires informed debate and deliberation on important issues to promote democratic leadership and strengthening civic participation

Desk Initiatives

Provides equity of access to evidence, data and policy ideas to different stakeholders in peace process Myanmar's and Sino-Myanmar relations
About ISP-Myanmar
The Institute for Strategy and Policy – Myanmar (ISP – Myanmar) is an independent, non-partisan and non-governmental think tank. Estabished in 2016, ISP-Myanmar aims to promote democratic leadership and ...
What We Value
ISP-Myanmar supports the advancement of democracy, good governance, federal principles and practices, and fundamental human rights. Our work aims to promote the development of a resilient and tolerant society ...
Our Team
ISP-Myanmar is a new organization; but many of its senior management members have been working on Myanmar related issues for at least twenty years. They bring to the institute their experiences gained from working ...

Latest Talk Show

Party Mergers: Falling Short of Expectation (YMG Season 2 Episode 2)
A talk show “Party Mergers: Falling Short of Expectation” which is a round table discussion on the future of Myanmar organized by Institute for Strategy and Policy – Myanmar, participated by the experts and professionals was held at Yangon on 2020 December.
Finding Myanmar’s Foreign Policy Space: In The Context Of Covid-19 Pandemic And Geopolitical New Normal (MMRQS 5)
A talk show “ Finding Myanmar's Foreign Policy Space: In The Context Of Covid-19 Pandemic And Geopolitical New Normal ” which is a round table discussion on the future of Myanmar organized by Institute for Strategy and Policy – Myanmar.
Going Local (YMG Season 2 Episode 1)
A talk show “ Going Local ” which is a round table discussion on the future of Myanmar organized by Institute for Strategy and Policy – Myanmar, participated by the experts and professionals was held at Rosewood Hotel, Yangon on 2020 March 1.

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