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Thailand: Protestors Whistling Their Way to Democracy
November 21, 2013
Thailand: Protestors Whistling Their Way to Democracy
Thailand’s politics, yet again, takes an extra-parliamentary turn.
Thailand: Protestors Whistling Their Way to Democracy
Thailand: Same Faces, New Crisis
November 06, 2013
Thailand: Same Faces, New Crisis
Attempts to pass an amnesty bill have taken Thailand to the brink of yet another political crisis.
Thailand: Same Faces, New Crisis
Indonesia Strike for Pay Hike; Thai Protest vs. Amnesty Bill
November 05, 2013
Indonesia Strike for Pay Hike; Thai Protest vs. Amnesty Bill
Indonesians push for an increased minimum wage as Thais rally against corruption.
Indonesia Strike for Pay Hike; Thai Protest vs. Amnesty Bill
Thai Amnesty Paves Way for Thaksin’s Return
November 02, 2013
Thai Amnesty Paves Way for Thaksin’s Return
Thailand’s parliament passes a controversial bill that will allow former PM Thaksin Shinawatra to return.
Thai Amnesty Paves Way for Thaksin’s Return
Justice or Politics in Thailand?
January 19, 2013
Justice or Politics in Thailand?
Some say former PM Abhisit is rightfully being charged for supressing the red shirts; other see the case as business as usual.
Justice or Politics in Thailand?
Banned Thai Politicians Return
June 04, 2012
Banned Thai Politicians Return
Thailand is teetering on the brink of a meltdown. The return of banned politicians will aid Yingluck Shinawatra.
Banned Thai Politicians Return
Waiting for Thaksin
February 01, 2012
Waiting for Thaksin
Former Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra seems bound to return to Thailand. If he does, will it spark unrest?
Waiting for Thaksin
Thailand’s Turbulent Year
December 24, 2011
Thailand’s Turbulent Year
Thailand saw flooding, criticism over its lese majeste laws and its first female premier. Its been turbulent year.
Thailand’s Turbulent Year
Thailand’s Turbulent Year
December 24, 2011
Thailand’s Turbulent Year
Thailand saw flooding, criticism over its lese majeste laws and its first female premier. Its been turbulent year.
Thailand’s Turbulent Year
Thailand and Lèse Majesté
December 17, 2011
Thailand and Lèse Majesté
Thailand’s lèse majesté laws are notoriously tough. But are they being used to score political points?
Thailand and Lèse Majesté
Genie Out of Bottle in Thailand
October 21, 2011
Genie Out of Bottle in Thailand
Thailand’s political elites are struggling to cope with the concept of a popular mandate. But Thais are increasingly demanding accountability.
Genie Out of Bottle in Thailand
July 10, 2011
What China Can Learn from Thailand
The Thai opposition’s election triumph should act as a warning to China’s leaders – they resist political change at their peril.
What China Can Learn from Thailand
What Next in Thailand?
July 05, 2011
What Next in Thailand?
The election of Yingluck Shinawatra will upset Bangkok’s political establishment and military. Will a coup follow?
What Next in Thailand?
A New Era for Thailand?
July 04, 2011
A New Era for Thailand?
The landslide victory by Yingluck Shinawatra’s Pheu Thai Party promises to usher in a period of reconciliation. But the country is still deeply divided.
A New Era for Thailand?
Opposition Wins Thai Election
July 03, 2011
Opposition Wins Thai Election
Yingluck Shinawatra’s Pheu Thai Party secures a majority in Thailand’s elections as Abhisit Vejjajiva concedes.
Opposition Wins Thai Election
July 01, 2011
Thailand Readies for Election
Thais head to the polls Sunday, with Yingluck Shinawatra’s party hoping to secure a clear majority. But would a coup follow a Peua Thai triumph?
Thailand Readies for Election
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