writing

Books

By Force of Arms – Armed Ethnic Groups in Burma, Vij Books, 2013 (Amazon)

Ending Ethnic Armed Conflict in Burma (with Lian H. Sakhong), BCES Press, 2014

 

Ethnic Nationalities Council – Union of Burma (Strategic Studies Committee)

Working Paper No.1 –  Trading Legitimacy – The SPDC’s Use of Ceasefire Groups in Burma (ENC Press, 2008)

Discrimination, Conflict, and Corruption – The Ethnic States of Burma (ENC Press 2011)

Digital Mapping and Database Programme/Ethnic Nationalities Council

Life in Burma’s Relocation Sites

Euro-Burma Office

The Kokang Clashes
The Kachin Dilemma
The Situation in Mon State
The Situation in Karen State after the Elections
The Burma Army’s Offensive Against the Shan State Army – North

Karen History and Culture Preservation Society

Saw Ba U Gyi

Faith at a Crossroads

Sgaw Karen (with Nan Mu Chaung Khu)

Languages of Security in the Asia Pacific – College of Asia and the Pacific, Australian National University

http://asiapacific.anu.edu.au/blogs/languagesofsecurity/category/languages/karen/

Burma Centre for Ethic Studies

BURMA’S ETHNIC CEASEFIRE AGREEMENTS
CONFLICT IN KACHIN STATE – TIME TO REVISE THE COSTS OF WAR
AN UNEASY PEACE
PEOPLE’S MILITIA FORCES – TIME TO RE-ASSESS THE STRATEGY?
BURMA’S BY-ELECTIONS – A CHANCE FOR FUTURE RECONCILIATION?
ESTABLISHING A COMMON FRAMEWORK
SEEKING PEACE IN ARAKAN STATE
REALISING CHANGE IN KAREN POLITICS
ENDURING PEACE IN SHAN STATE
KARENNI (KAYAH STATE)
RE-OPENING MONGLA
AWAITING PEACE IN MON STATE
CHANGING THE GUARD – THE KAREN NATIONAL UNION, THE 15TH CONGRESS AND THE FUTURE
ALLIED IN WAR, DIVIDED IN PEACE
ENGINEERING PEACE IN KACHIN STATE
TENSIONS AND CONCERNS IN SHAN STATE
THE UNFC AND THE PEACE PROCESS
BUSINESS AND ARMED GROUPS
ETHNIC POLITICAL ALLIANCES
THE LAIZA AGREEMENT
THE LAW KHEE LAH CONFERENCE
THE NSCN-K AND THE PEACE PROCESS
UPDATE ON THE PEACE PROCESS
STRUGGLING FOR PEACE
THE DRAFT NCA
THE PSLF/TNLA

 

Euro-Burma Office Background Papers

The National Socialist Council of Nagaland – Khaplang (NSCN-K)
The Arakan Army involvement in Rakhine State
Conflict Over Highway Taxation in Kayin State
All-inclusiveness in an ethnic context
The NSCN-K and the Myanmar Peace Process 
A disturbing portent: Inter-ethnic tensions and the peace process
The UWSA and the future: Major concerns for Shan State and the NLD-led Government
The 21st Century Panglong Conference
Contesting Territories: The need for a balanced approach 
Questionable Legitimacy: Recent Conflict in Karen State 
Questionable Motives: Myanmar Security Operations in Rakhine State 

Working Papers

The Karen National Union Negotiations 1949 – 2012

Articles

Mizzima –  Govt announces plans for ethnic conference
Mizzima – Investing in peace: the role of business in Myanmar’s peace process
DVB – If not now, then when? The need for a nationwide ceasefire
Indian Council on Global Relations – Will Myanmar return to its violent past?

As editor

Karen Heritage Yearbook 2007
The Karens and their Struggle for Freedom
In Defence of Identity – Dr Lian H. Sakhong

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