Was it a pep talk, a military psy-op, a lecture, or a paranoid rant on an epic scale that we witnessed from army chief Gen. Apirat Kongsompong last Friday?
A single bullet fired by a judge in what looks like an attempted suicide has raise many unsettling questions.
A recent controversy reminds us that in Thailand, certain topics cannot be publicly deliberate without severe risks.
The parallels between China’s current $1.1 trillion Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) and the United States’ post-World War II foreign assistance are inexact but striking.
Why do some people feel so threatened by Swedish climate activist Greta Thunberg?
Despite statistics suggesting that over 93 per cent of Thais are Buddhist, some are feeling threatened and even convinced by a conspiracy.
Not being well-versed in murder techniques, I asked one question twice to the chief of the Department of Special Investigation on Tuesday during the...
Any justice-loving society would be outraged if a citizen was found unconscious while in military custody, before dying in hospital. But not in Thailand apparently, and particularly if that citizen is suspected of being a Malay-Muslim separatist insurgent.
Among Thais who have accused Hong Kong protesters of harboring hatred toward their own nation is senior Democrat Party member Warong Dechvigrom.
Our recent news-sharing agreement with China’s Xinhua News Agency has attracted some questions from readers. We’d like to use this opportunity to clarify the issue.