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Thai Military Holds Ceremony to Swear Allegiance to King
January 18, 2020

Thai Military Holds Ceremony to Swear Allegiance to King

By Associated Press
 Thailand's king presided over an oath-taking ceremony Saturday at an army base where almost 7,000 soldiers and police paraded to mark Armed Forces Day.

Thai Army Chief Signs Intelligence Pact With Indonesia
January 15, 2020

Thai Army Chief Signs Intelligence Pact With Indonesia

By Associated Press
An intelligence-sharing agreement signed by the army chiefs of Thailand and Indonesia is unlikely to significantly help Thailand end a Muslim separatist insurgency in its deep south.
Eggs from Endangered Sea Turtle Stolen from Thai Beach
January 07, 2020

Eggs from Endangered Sea Turtle Stolen from Thai Beach

By Associated Press
Outraged local residents donated 50,000 baht ($1,660) for a reward to catch the thieves.

For Thailand’s Progressives, It’s Been a Year of Trials and Tribulations
December 11, 2019

For Thailand’s Progressives, It’s Been a Year of Trials and Tribulations

By Chonlawit Sirikupt
Thanathorn’s removal foreshadows a sinister dismantling of opposition using a façade of checks and balances.

Where Does the Asian Obsession With White Skin Come From?
December 02, 2019

Where Does the Asian Obsession With White Skin Come From?

By Ana Salvá
There are no signs that this deep-rooted trend is subsiding, despite recent media attention.

Thai Court Removes Pro-Democracy Politician From Parliament
November 21, 2019

Thai Court Removes Pro-Democracy Politician From Parliament

By Associated Press
Thanathorn of the Future Forward Party has long been a thorn in the side of Thailand’s royalist-military ruling class.

Elephant Roadkill: Thailand Grapples With Pachyderms on the Pavement
September 06, 2019

Elephant Roadkill: Thailand Grapples With Pachyderms on the Pavement

By Tyler Roney
Long-term solutions may require more severe measures than road signs, namely, wildlife corridors.
The New Thai Government’s Troubles Are Just Beginning
August 27, 2019

The New Thai Government’s Troubles Are Just Beginning

By Ashu Agarwal
A party defects from Thailand’s ruling coalition, leaving Prime Minister Prayut with a razor-thin majority.

Something Is Very Wrong on the Mekong River
August 26, 2019

Something Is Very Wrong on the Mekong River

By Tom Fawthrop
This year's drought is just a preview of more dire problems to come if government don't change course.

Thailand's Quiet Crisis: 'The Southern Problem'
July 12, 2019

Thailand's Quiet Crisis: 'The Southern Problem'

By Austin Bodetti
While Prayut focuses on solidifying control over Bangkok, the insurgency in the south has gained strength.

Thailand’s Election Impasse
March 29, 2019

Thailand’s Election Impasse

By Nicholas Muller
The first election in Thailand since the 2014 coup has so far brought more confusion than clarity.
Who Will Be Thailand’s Next Prime Minister?
March 22, 2019

Who Will Be Thailand’s Next Prime Minister?

By Associated Press
A look at those jockeying for the top post in Thailand’s March 24 elections.

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