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Cambodian Defense Delegation Visits Thailand Amid Tensions
August 01, 2014

Cambodian Defense Delegation Visits Thailand Amid Tensions

By Ankit Panda
A Cambodian delegation led by General Tea Banh visited Thailand to discuss defense cooperation, among other issues.
What Will Thailand’s Post-Coup 'Democracy' Look Like?
June 21, 2014

What Will Thailand’s Post-Coup 'Democracy' Look Like?

By Joshua Kurlantzick
When democracy does return to Thailand it will surely be very unlike anything the country has seen before.

Thailand’s ‘Happy’ Coup
June 16, 2014

Thailand’s ‘Happy’ Coup

By Mong Palatino
The generals have taken over the country, and they want the people to be happy about it.

China Slowdown To Hit Asia Hard
June 12, 2014

China Slowdown To Hit Asia Hard

By Anthony Fensom
Commodity exporters and emerging economies are exposed to any slowdown in the Chinese economy.

Free Speech Under Attack in Southeast Asia
June 05, 2014

Free Speech Under Attack in Southeast Asia

By Mong Palatino
Mainstream and social media are increasingly the target of state censorship in the region.
Tense Times in Thailand
June 05, 2014

Tense Times in Thailand

By Mark Fenn
Hoping to destroy the pro-Thaksin forces once and for all, the military is taking a much tougher line this time around.

Thailand’s Déjà-Coup
June 05, 2014

Thailand’s Déjà-Coup

By Lee Jones
Why the current military intervention is as doomed to fail as the last one was.
Thailand's Military Crackdown
June 03, 2014

Thailand's Military Crackdown

By Rohan Radheya
Thailand's protests and military crackdown are not just happening in Bangkok. A look at a recent event in Chiang Mai.

Understanding Thailand's Coup
June 02, 2014

Understanding Thailand's Coup

By Shannon Tiezzi
The Diplomat speaks with Dr. Vikram Nehru about the root causes of political tensions, the regional implications, and the fate of Thailand's democracy.

Thailand’s Coup Just One Sign of Southeast Asia’s Regression From Democracy
May 31, 2014

Thailand’s Coup Just One Sign of Southeast Asia’s Regression From Democracy

By Joshua Kurlantzick
Southeast Asia’s rollback from democracy reflects a worrying global trend toward anti-democratic political change.

Coup ‘Favors’ ANZ and Sumitomo Mitsui Bank Bid
May 29, 2014

Coup ‘Favors’ ANZ and Sumitomo Mitsui Bank Bid

By Luke Hunt
The Thai junta has been quick to re-establish international banking ties.
Southeast Asia Retreats From Democracy
May 29, 2014

Southeast Asia Retreats From Democracy

By Zachary Keck
After decades of greater democratization, a new report says that democracy is in retreat throughout ASEAN.

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