Dr Su-Ann Oh is a Visiting Fellow of the Myanmar Studies Programme at ISEAS – Yusof Ishak Institute.

Dr Oh researches and writes about ethnic politics and conflict, and borderlands in Myanmar. She is also the managing editor of SOJOURN, a journal devoted to the study of social and cultural issues in Southeast Asia and one of the flagship publications of the Regional Social and Cultural Studies programme at the ISEAS – Yusof Ishak Institute. She also convenes the seminar series funded by the KAS, The Politics of Art in Southeast Asia.

Articles by Su-Ann Oh (7)

How Successful Will the Protests in Myanmar Be?

Su-Ann Oh

The ongoing anti-coup protests are qualitatively different and pose a bigger challenge to Myanmar’s military rulers than earlier protest movements.

Cashless Society in Myanmar: Still A Long Way to Go

Su-Ann Oh

Myanmar has taken some decisive steps towards cashless payments, particularly in a time of the Covid-19 pandemic. But there are still some obstacles to be overcome before the country becomes a cashless society.

The Advent of Cashless Transactions in Myanmar: Cash is (Still) King

Su-Ann Oh

The advent of Covid-19 is accelerating the trend towards a cashless society and driving the growth of e-commerce around the world. How will this pan out in Myanmar given the low uptake of e-commerce and mobile financial technology in the country? E-commerce in Myanmar is in its early infancy. It was valued at only US$6...

Covid-19 in Myanmar: Conflict, Ceasefire, Conciliation?

Su-Ann Oh

A nationwide ceasefire could generate long-term dividends, and even a stable peace.

Myanmar’s Garment Industry: Hanging by a Thread

Su-Ann Oh

Myanmar’s garment sector has been hard hit by the fall in demand, largely from Europe. This is due partly to the fact that the country is now interwoven into the fabric of globalisation.