The trade war serves no one’s interests, and the voice inside the US opposing its imposition of additional tariff is getting louder and louder.
As an estimated 1 million protesters in Hong Kong took to the streets this week to prevent China from compromising their judicial system, I...
Hope, confusion and betrayal. These feelings engulfed me as I watched the parliamentary debate unfold on Wednesday.
Last night’s vote, which secured junta chairman Prayuth Chan-ocha another term in office, proved the process was rigged from the start.
Former chief royal advisor Gen. Prem Tinsulanonda passed away on May 26 at the ripe old age of 98. But which Prem do you...
Some landscapes paint a more graphic depiction of poverty than others. Such is the case in Bangkok.
Please allow me to whine. After all, today marks five years since the junta seized the sovereign power of the Thai people. Time flies. Junta...
The lese majeste law may be draconian – but it’s still better than enforced disappearance or extrajudicial killings.
The Election Commission has finally announced the 2019 election’s official results, more than a month after voting day. Now, we should ask whether the election was free and fair.
Emboldened by Marvel’s latest superhero movie “Avengers: Endgame”, some Thais are calling for the democracy struggle in Thailand to also reach its climax.