Burmese Junta Caught between a Rock and a Hard Place

It has been over two months since the Northern Alliance—which is made up of armed ethnic organizations and the armed wing of the Burmese Communist Party—launched “Operation 1027” in northern Shan State in Burma.

Myanmar: Barbarism, Crime, War and the Urgent Need for Socialism

Against the backdrop of economic crisis, brutal dictatorship, war, and a lack of leadership, the Burmese working class is facing conditions that once again push them towards struggle.

Myanmar: A Balance Sheet of the 1988 Uprising

The 1988 Myanmar uprising was a turning point in the country’s history. Today’s fighters must learn from this rich revolutionary heritage.

The Lessons of the Myanmar Revolution

After months of heroic struggle of the masses who faced brutal repression of the military regime, the revolution in Myanmar has ebbed. Why have we reached this situation, and what lessons need to be learned?

Myanmar: For an Armed Workers’ Uprising to Bring Down the Military Junta

A revolution is underway in Myanmar and the masses are showing immense courage. An armed workers’ uprising and an all-out, continuous general strike must be organized to topple the murderous junta!

Myanmar: What Is to Be Done?

A powerful show of anger and opposition to the military coup was evident on the streets of cities across Myanmar on February 22, as a general strike paralyzed the country.

Myanmar: a Movement of Revolutionary Proportions

The coup in Myanmar has unleashed a movement of revolutionary proportions, with a widespread strike and protest movement. The military junta clearly underestimated the level of opposition they would face.

What is Happening in Myanmar and Why?

The military coup in Myanmar unleashed an unexpected movement. In this article, we attempt to outline some of the historical and immediate factors that led to this sudden and sharp change in the situation.

Myanmar Coup: Another Nail in the Coffin of Liberalism

In organizing a swift coup against Aung San Suu Kyi, Myanmar’s generals have killed the illusion, already in its death throes, of the liberalization of Myanmar under US domination.

Myanmar: “Saint” Aung San Suu Kyi and Imperialist Hypocrisy

Aung San Suu Kyi’s fall from grace has exposed the cynicism of imperialism, revealing that those canonized as saints are bargaining chips in a struggle of capitalist interests.