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04 Jun Myanmar Corporate Briefing

As the political crisis in Myanmar deepens, estimates reveal that the death toll has exceeded 800 and more than 4000 people have been detained. On 3 June 2021, the SIIA held its monthly corporate briefing on Myanmar for the Institute’s Roundtable and Corporate members. Associate...

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07 May 4th Myanmar Corporate Briefing

On 24 April 2021, ASEAN leaders held a special summit on the political crisis in Myanmar with the attendance of General Min Aung Hlaing. A five-point consensus was produced, indicating a step forward to resolve Myanmar’s political crisis. The SIIA held its fourth corporate briefing...

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09 Apr Myanmar corporate briefing: April update

In the third instalment of the SIIA’s corporate briefings on Myanmar, Associate Professor Simon Tay, Chairman of the SIIA, presented an update to our corporate members on the situation in Myanmar.  Mr. Argus Ang, CEO of The RVi Group in Myanmar, shared his views on...

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30 Mar S’pore has drawn a line on Myanmar (Mothership)

COMMENT: While international partners can try to foster dialogue between the domestic players in Myanmar, the complex situation ultimately needs to be resolved domestically. Simon Tay, Chairman at the Singapore Institute of International Affairs, thinks that a complete dissolution of the military in Myanmar may not...

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29 Mar Simon Tay: S’pore has drawn a line on Myanmar (Mothership)

Protestors in Myanmar continue to press their demands for a return to democracy, despite the increase in violence and bloodshed over the last few days. In a commentary for Mothership, Associate Professor Simon Tay said “International partners can and should foster dialogue and mediate but...

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12 Mar Myanmar Corporate Briefing II

The situation in Myanmar remains fraught, with the United Nations Security Council unanimously calling for a reversal of the military coup. On 11 March 2021, Associate Professor Simon Tay, Chairman of the SIIA, briefed our corporate members on the fluid political situation. This was the...

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