"One year after the military coup, this book still offers an insightful window into the dynamism and contradictions of contemporary Burmese political thought [...]"
- Giulia Garbagni, London School of Economics and Political Science, May 2022
"Through a new perspective, Narrating Democracy in Myanmar sheds new light on the diverse narratives of the post-coup democracy in Myanmar. The author’s arguments make it a timely and valuable read for scholars interested in the dynamics of democracy in post-coup
Myanmar. This book deserves to be read by a wide scholarly community."
- Kai Chen, Asian Studies Review, May 2022
"The insights from this well-researched and important book are not least relevant to the grim situation in today’s Myanmar. [...] this book provides some important lessons for how to understand and deal with the various political actors in Myanmar. [...] scholars, analysts, donors and diplomats will, with the help of this book, be better equipped to navigate between the various political players in the country, and from the back seat, steadily support the drivers of democratization and freedom in Myanmar."
- Marte Nilsen, Asian Journal of Social Science, Vol. 50, Iss. 4