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Thanathorn Juangroongruangkit on the Struggle for a Free Thailand
September 24, 2020

Thanathorn Juangroongruangkit on the Struggle for a Free Thailand

By Thanathorn Juangroongruangkit
Young Thais are becoming increasingly fed up with the stifling consensus and repeated military interventions in the country's politics.
Scenes From Thailand’s Massive Protests Demanding Reform
September 21, 2020

Scenes From Thailand’s Massive Protests Demanding Reform

By Cory Wright
For months, protesters in Thailand have called for reforms. This weekend as many as 100,000 protesters descended on Bangkok.

In Bangkok, Protests Again Take Aim at the Monarchy
September 21, 2020

In Bangkok, Protests Again Take Aim at the Monarchy

By Sebastian Strangio
The weekend's demonstrations indicate that the momentum for political reform is unlikely to dissipate any time soon.

Thailand’s Protests: Between the Old and the New
September 14, 2020

Thailand’s Protests: Between the Old and the New

By Prashanth Parameswaran
Beyond the headlines, what do the current protests tell us about the country’s present and future?

Has Thailand’s Monarchy Got What it Takes to Endure?
September 01, 2020

Has Thailand’s Monarchy Got What it Takes to Endure?

By Sebastian Strangio
The throne’s sacred aura has faded under the reign of the vain and unstable King Vajiralongkorn.
Behind Thailand’s Protests, Cracks in the Establishment
August 27, 2020

Behind Thailand’s Protests, Cracks in the Establishment

By James Row
Shifts in the establishment’s support base are driving the Thai democracy movement. That sets the current moment apart.

The Dark Memory of 1976 Hangs Over Thailand’s Student Activists
August 19, 2020

The Dark Memory of 1976 Hangs Over Thailand’s Student Activists

By Jake Black
The 1976 Thammasat massacre serves as a horrific reminder of what can happen to those who criticize Thailand’s monarchy.
Unprecedented Open Criticism of King Aired at Thai Protest 
August 11, 2020

Unprecedented Open Criticism of King Aired at Thai Protest 

By Associated Press
Student protesters aired grievances normally expressed in whispers in remarkably direct language.

Thai Protesters Threaten Escalation as Police Make Arrests 
August 07, 2020

Thai Protesters Threaten Escalation as Police Make Arrests 

By Associated Press
The government cracked down on Friday with the arrests of some high-profile members of the pro-democracy movement. 

After Mass Protest, Thailand’s Pro-Democracy Activists Look to Keep Momentum
July 20, 2020

After Mass Protest, Thailand’s Pro-Democracy Activists Look to Keep Momentum

By Associated Press
Activists followed up the 2,000-strong demonstration on Saturday with smaller protests.

Thailand’s Lost Youth
April 21, 2020

Thailand’s Lost Youth

By David Hutt
A Thai born in 1990 has now experienced 3 economic crises, 2 military coups, and countless constitutional changes. Small wonder discontent is boiling over.
The Generational Challenge for Thailand’s Generals
June 20, 2019

The Generational Challenge for Thailand’s Generals

By Preeti Jha
While Thailand’s coup leader remains premier, the polls unleashed new democratic sentiments that the regime now struggles to silence.

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