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The Future of Thai Civil-Military Relations: In Desperate Need of Legitimacy
October 18, 2016

The Future of Thai Civil-Military Relations: In Desperate Need of Legitimacy

By Adam Wunische
What role will the Royal Thai Armed Forces play in Thai politics in the future? Here are four scenarios.
Bhumibol Adulyadej and Buddhist Kingship in Thailand
October 15, 2016

Bhumibol Adulyadej and Buddhist Kingship in Thailand

By Akhilesh Pillalamarri
Rama IX served as a revered symbol and also shielded his country from the worst consequences of its political instability.

After Thai King Bhumibol's Death, Succession May Be Delayed
October 14, 2016

After Thai King Bhumibol's Death, Succession May Be Delayed

By Ankit Panda
Will Crown Prince Maha Vajiralongkorn step up as Thailand's next monarch?

Thailand Mourns King Bhumibol Adulyadej
October 14, 2016

Thailand Mourns King Bhumibol Adulyadej

By Nick McGrath
Millions of Thai citizens mourn the passing of King Bhumibol Adulyadej, who died on October 13, 2016.

Thai Patience With Junta Rule May End When the King Dies
October 13, 2016

Thai Patience With Junta Rule May End When the King Dies

By Hunter Marston
Will Thai citizens tolerate the Junta's rule without their beloved king?
Thai King Bhumibol's Health Unstable, Raising Succession Questions
October 10, 2016

Thai King Bhumibol's Health Unstable, Raising Succession Questions

By Ankit Panda
The Thai king's health is unstable, according to a statement released by the royal palace.

Thailand in 2015: A Year of Political Stagnation
December 22, 2015

Thailand in 2015: A Year of Political Stagnation

By Pavin Chachavalpongpun
2015 was a year of stillness in Thailand, at least in the political realm.
‘New’ Rice Scheme Reveals Thailand Junta’s Dearth of Ideas
October 24, 2015

‘New’ Rice Scheme Reveals Thailand Junta’s Dearth of Ideas

By Rob Edens
Thailand's ruling junta is reverting to familiar political tactics.

It's Time for the US and the EU to Get Tough on Prayuth's Thailand
July 07, 2015

It's Time for the US and the EU to Get Tough on Prayuth's Thailand

By Rob Edens
Prayuth Chan-o-cha's approach to Southeast Asia's migrant crisis cannot be allowed to continue.

What the Turmoil in Thailand’s Palace Means for Thai Politics (Perhaps)
December 14, 2014

What the Turmoil in Thailand’s Palace Means for Thai Politics (Perhaps)

By Joshua Kurlantzick
Part two of a series, looking at the implications of the struggle to control the royal succession in Thailand.

Thailand’s Royal Succession Battle Comes Into (Slightly) More Open View
December 06, 2014

Thailand’s Royal Succession Battle Comes Into (Slightly) More Open View

By Joshua Kurlantzick
Part of a series on Thai leadership, a look at the implications of the struggle to control the royal succession.
Thai Parliament Rubber-Stamps General as Prime Minister
August 22, 2014

Thai Parliament Rubber-Stamps General as Prime Minister

By Ankit Panda
General Prayuth Chan-ocha, mastermind of the May 2014 coup, will be Thailand's interim prime minister.

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