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Southeast Asia’s Color Protests
September 01, 2015
Southeast Asia’s Color Protests
Malaysia's protests have some colorful parallels in the region.
Southeast Asia’s Color Protests
Interview: Analyzing Thailand’s Erawan Shrine Bomb Blast
August 18, 2015
Interview: Analyzing Thailand’s Erawan Shrine Bomb Blast
The Diplomat talks with Dr. Zachary Abuza about the August 17 deadly bomb blast in Bangkok and its implications.
Interview: Analyzing Thailand’s Erawan Shrine Bomb Blast
Specter of Instability Rising Again in Thailand
June 04, 2015
Specter of Instability Rising Again in Thailand
New rounds of confrontation seem more likely than long-term reconciliation.
Specter of Instability Rising Again in Thailand
100 More Bomb Blasts Planned in Thailand, Police Told
March 10, 2015
100 More Bomb Blasts Planned in Thailand, Police Told
Detained suspects disclose details about bomb plots following grenade attack.
100 More Bomb Blasts Planned in Thailand, Police Told
Thai Junta Vows Crackdown Following Bomb Blasts
February 03, 2015
Thai Junta Vows Crackdown Following Bomb Blasts
Security to be tightened amid heightened political tensions.
Thai Junta Vows Crackdown Following Bomb Blasts
Thailand’s Ruling Junta Faces Impeachment Dilemma
January 13, 2015
Thailand’s Ruling Junta Faces Impeachment Dilemma
Stakes are raised as Yingluck’s impeachment proceedings progress.
Thailand’s Ruling Junta Faces Impeachment Dilemma
Thailand’s Ruling Junta Threatens To 'Take Action' If Protests Occur
January 07, 2015
Thailand’s Ruling Junta Threatens To 'Take Action' If Protests Occur
Impeachment proceedings against ex-premier could deepen political divide; spark violence.
Thailand’s Ruling Junta Threatens To 'Take Action' If Protests Occur
Thailand’s Déjà-Coup
June 05, 2014
Thailand’s Déjà-Coup
Why the current military intervention is as doomed to fail as the last one was.
Thailand’s Déjà-Coup
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