Policy Institute Myanmar

Since 2009, ASPI has sought to strengthen relations between Myanmar and the outside world and support Myanmar’s economic and political development. ASPI’s initial work produced policy recommendations for the U.S. to advance Myanmar's reform process in a phased process. ASPI also worked to convene informal dialogues among experts and former policymakers from the U.S. and Myanmar, with the aim of strengthening bilateral relations and supporting Myanmar’s democratic transition.

Today, through analysis and recommendations papers, public events, strategic dialogues, and expert commentary, ASPI continues to support the strengthening of Myanmar’s economic development and democratic institutions, as well as advocate for increased engagement with the United States and multilateral institutions. ASPI has published multiple reports for policymakers and hosted seminal discussions with Myanmar’s leaders including then President Thein Sein and State Counsellor Aung San Suu Kyi.

Reports

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Derek Mitchell and Debra Eisenman discuss the country's ongoing challenges.
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Kishore Mahbubani argues that the engagement by ASEAN was crucial in facilitating Myanmar's move from military to civilian rule.
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Julie Bishop says that Myanmar's iconic leader does not have the political power to prevent the military from carrying out its ethnic cleansing campaign in Rakhine State.
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An extraordinary collection of experts discusses what the new administration should do in Asia.
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The Myanmar leader and iconic Nobel laureate discusses human rights at Asia Society in New York.
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The iconic Nobel laureate discusses her country's emergence into a democracy and its plan for economic development.
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Thura U Shwe Mann, Speaker of the Union Parliament and Lower House of Parliament of Myanmar discusses Myanmar's reform, the country's upcoming election, Western investment, and the building of a stable and prosperous country.
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Thant Myint-U and Priscilla Clapp discuss Myanmar's political atmosphere and the upcoming elections.
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Panelists discuss Myanmar's reforms and whether they're now backsliding.

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