Thailand’s Restive South Hit by Wave of Arson and Bombings
By Sumeth Panpetch
More than 7,300 people have been killed since the insurgency began in 2004 in Thailand’s south.
A Second Look at the Bangkok Blast
By P. M. Yeophantong
As the Thai police struggle to find new leads in the case, speculation about the perpetrators has been rampant.
Bangkok Bombing’s Economic Fallout
By Anthony Fensom
The devastating terror attack could have some serious implications for Thailand’s economy.
Interview: Analyzing Thailand’s Erawan Shrine Bomb Blast
By Prashanth Parameswaran
The Diplomat talks with Dr. Zachary Abuza about the August 17 deadly bomb blast in Bangkok and its implications.