Samuel Hmung is a Research Officer at the ANU Myanmar Research Center.

Mr Hmung is a PhD student at the Department of Political and Social Change, ANU. His PhD project explores the revolutionary dynamics and relationship between violent and non-violent movements in Myanmar. He previously received a Master of Political Science (Advanced) from the ANU, under an Australian Awards scholarship.

He has worked as a researcher for institutions and projects, including the ARC-funded project Constitutional Change in Authoritarian Regimes: The Case of Myanmar at the Faculty of Law and Justice of the University of New South Wales, the ANU Myanmar Research Centre, the Southeast Asia Rules-Based Order (SEARBO) project and the United States Institute of Peace. His broader research interests include non-state armed actors, civil conflicts, revolutions, power-sharing institutions, and rebel governance.

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