Category: Monthly Report

Monthly Report | March 2024

Amidst Intensifying Battles, the Arakan Rebels Gain Momentum in Arakan

In the politics of Arakan, the ULA/AA has successfully captured nine major towns, and military tension is still rising. AA’s offensives reportedly continue in several areas like Buthidaung, Maungdaw, Ann, and Taunggoke.

Center for Arakan Studies

Monthly Report | Febuary 2024

Social Disruption: Junta Restrictions and Arakan Exodus

High levels of armed tensions in Arakan politics were evident throughout February. As of February 29, the AA had captured six major towns, including Paletwa, Pauktaw, Kyauktaw, Minbya, Myebone, and Mrauk-U, along with several other small towns, particularly in the northern and central parts of the state.

Center for Arakan Studies

Monthly Report | January 2024

Humanitarian Crisis Deepens Amidst Arakan | Frontline Escalations

This report is part of the CAS's monthly series, which delves into four key areas of the state of Arakan. The first section addresses political concerns, including the armed revolution, junta activities, and issues of political freedom. The second examines the state's economic climate, focusing on rising prices, declining demand, foreign direct investment, and border trade.

Center for Arakan Studies

Monthly Report | December 2023

Arakan in Crisis: Unraveling the Political Turmoil of December

This report is part of the CAS's monthly series, which delves into four key areas of the state of Arakan. The first section addresses political concerns, including the armed revolution, junta activities, and issues of political freedom. The second examines the state's economic climate, focusing on rising prices, declining demand, foreign direct investment, and border trade.

Center for Arakan Studies

Monthly Report | November 2023

Arakan Under Siege: Widespread Insecurity as Arakan Conflicts Intensify

This report is part of the CAS's monthly series, which delves into four key areas of the state of Rakhine. The first section addresses political concerns, including the armed revolution, junta activities, and issues of political freedom.

Center for Arakan Studies

Monthly Report | October 2023

A Month of Turmoil: Political Maneuvers and Civic Strain in Arakan

This report is part of the CAS's monthly series, which delves into four key areas of the state of Rakhine. The first section addresses political concerns, including the armed revolution, junta activities, and issues of political freedom.

Center for Arakan Studies

Monthly Report | September 2023

Skirmish and Instability in Arakan Rise

This report is a part of the ‘Monthly Report’ series released by the Center for Arakan Studies (CAS). For the month of ‘September’, the CAS has developed this new report based on the four key sections such as ‘politics’, ‘economics’, ‘social issues’ and ‘humanitarian context’ mainly focusing on the state of affairs happening in Rakhine State (Arakan).

Center for Arakan Studies

Monthly Report | August 2023

The Flooding, and Rise of Armed Groups’ Activities in Arakan Add Another Layer of Hardship

This report is a part of the monthly report series by the CAS. The report usually covers four key areas happening in the state of Rakhine. The first part covers the politics concerning the armed revolution, the junta activities and political freedom, etc. The second is about the economic situations of the state that correspond to issues like rising prices, declining demand, foreign direct investment, and border trade, etc.

Center for Arakan Studies

Monthly Report | July 2023

Political Tensions Among Different Parties in Arakan Grow

This report is a part of the monthly report series by the CAS. The report usually covers four key areas happening in the state of Rakhine. The first part covers the politics concerning the armed revolution, the junta activities and political freedom, etc.

Center for Arakan Studies

Monthly Report | June 2023

Cyclone Mocha’ “Politicization” And “Weaponization"

This report is a part of the ‘Monthly Report’ series released by the Center for Arakan Studies (CAS). For the month of ‘June’, the CAS has developed this new report based on the four key sections: politics, economics, social issues, and humanitarian context mainly focusing on the situation happening in Arakan.

Center for Arakan Studies

Monthly Report | May 2023

Response to Cyclone Mocha in Rakhine State

This report aims to provide an update and comprehensive information regarding the strike of Cyclone Mocha on the coast of Arakan on May 14, 2o23. But, as it is released as a part of the ‘Monthly Report’, the content of the work will only cover the cyclone-related information during the month of ‘May’.

Center for Arakan Studies

Monthly Report | March 2023

While the junta’s forces and Arakan Army (AA) are now in an informal truce, the news of the registration of the political parties in Rakhine have become more prominent in March. As the twoarmed parties are in a lack of trust toward each other, the reinforcements of the military force and silent confrontation become the affairs of politics. For example, neither the junta has a clear date for its sham election, nor the ULA has a decisive stand on election issues.

Center for Arakan Studies

Monthly Report | Febuary 2023

In February 2023, both tensions and relaxation could be seen in politics in Rakhine State. Tensions between the Arakan Army, and junta forces happened due after the junta forces' reinforcement such as military types of equipment, patrol and attempted more restrictions toward the ULA administrative and judiciary sectors in the southern townships such as Kyuatkyu and Tanggok. Relaxation could be found in the areas of trade, transportation, and communication sectors.

Center for Arakan Studies

Monthly Report | March 2023

While the junta’s forces and Arakan Army (AA) are now in an informal truce, the news of the registration of the political parties in Rakhine have become more prominent in March.

Center for Arakan Studies

Monthly Report | Febuary 2023

In February 2023, both tensions and relaxation could be seen in politics in Rakhine State. Tensions between the Arakan Army, and junta forces happened due after the junta forces' reinforcement such as military types of equipment, patrol and,...

Center for Arakan Studies

Arakan Review: Return To War

Just 20 months after a de facto ceasefire between the Myanmar military and the Arakan Army (AA), a series of armed clashes resumed in three locations in northern Rakhine,...

Center for Arakan Studies