Thailand’s New Government Rebalances Its Relationship With China
By Tommy Walker
While relations between Bangkok and Beijing remain warm, Prime Minister Srettha Thavisin is pursuing a more diversified foreign policy.
How Will Thailand’s Foreign Policy Shift Under Srettha Thavisin?
By Prashanth Parameswaran
The country's traditional diplomatic finesse has been tested by domestic political upheaval and the rapidly shifting global strategic landscape.
Whatever the Outcome of Its Election, Thailand’s Foreign Policy Needs a Reset
By Sek Sophal
Since the 2014 coup, the country's international activities have been conservative and narrowly conceived.
Thailand to Convene Regional Meeting on Myanmar Conflict
By Sebastian Strangio
The “open-ended consultative meeting" on the country's conflict will reportedly take place on December 22.
Thailand’s APEC Misfortunes Continue
By Tita Sanglee
As it stands, neither U.S. President Joe Biden nor Russian President Vladimir Putin will attend next month's APEC Summit in Bangkok.
What Was Thailand Doing at the COP26 Summit?
By Tita Sanglee
Thailand didn’t make bold climate commitments or sign key agreements reached at the conference. So why was Prayut in Glasgow?
Thailand’s Post-Pandemic Dance Between the Major Powers
By Daniele Carminati
As the threat of COVID-19 fades, Thailand will face tough choices in its regional and international alignments.
Thailand’s Engagement With Africa
By Istvan Tarrosy
Yet another “unusual suspect” is intensifying relations with African countries. How far can it go?