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Thai Junta Shows No Signs of Halting Assault on Human Rights
June 02, 2018

Thai Junta Shows No Signs of Halting Assault on Human Rights

By Katherine Gerson
The Thai government must face greater international pressure to deliver on its promise to lift political restrictions.

The Dangerous Buddhist Card in Thailand’s New Constitution
January 30, 2018

The Dangerous Buddhist Card in Thailand’s New Constitution

By Khemthong Tongsakulrungruang
The ruling junta’s use of religion to boost its legitimacy brings risks for the country.
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.

100 More Bomb Blasts Planned in Thailand, Police Told
March 10, 2015

100 More Bomb Blasts Planned in Thailand, Police Told

By Prashanth Parameswaran
Detained suspects disclose details about bomb plots following grenade attack.

Thailand's Junta in Campaign to Mend US Ties
February 25, 2015

Thailand's Junta in Campaign to Mend US Ties

By Prashanth Parameswaran
New ambassador charged with improving relations with Washington.

Thai Junta Chief Blasts Top US Diplomat
January 28, 2015

Thai Junta Chief Blasts Top US Diplomat

By Prashanth Parameswaran
Junta leader defiantly rebuts criticism directed against his administration.

Thai Junta Beset By Corruption Scandals
October 12, 2014

Thai Junta Beset By Corruption Scandals

By Pavin Chachavalpongpun
The May 22 military coup in Thailand was justified on the need to fight corruption. Recent events prove that's a sham.
Non-Violent Resistance in Post-Coup Thailand
August 30, 2014

Non-Violent Resistance in Post-Coup Thailand

By Dave Hopkins
‘Anti-coup activists have employed ostensibly mundane, prearranged acts to express their dissent.’

Understanding Thailand’s Coup: Past, Present and Future
June 06, 2014

Understanding Thailand’s Coup: Past, Present and Future

By Ankit Panda and Zachary Keck
U.S.-based editors Ankit Panda and Zachary Keck speak with Serhat Ünaldi about the Thai political crisis.

Thailand’s Coup – Will ASEAN Answer?
May 30, 2014

Thailand’s Coup – Will ASEAN Answer?

By Kerstin Radtke
ASEAN must decide how to respond to the ongoing struggle for democracy in Thailand.

Business as Usual for Japanese Automakers
May 28, 2014

Business as Usual for Japanese Automakers

By Clint Richards
Although the recent unrest has had an impact, Thailand is still key to the Japanese supply chain.
Thailand’s Coup Will Worsen Political Crisis
May 23, 2014

Thailand’s Coup Will Worsen Political Crisis

By Mong Palatino
This week’s coup demonstrates once again the limitations of Thailand’s democracy.

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