Extremism of all kinds is dangerous, but religious extremism has been a most reliable motivator for people to rape, pillage and slaughter in the name of one god or another.
As fans of "Bupphesaniwat" revel in dressing retro, it’s an opportune time to rethink nostalgia and the risks of idealizing the past.
About a week ago, CLSA Thailand organized a panel talk called ASEAN Forum 2018. On the panel were three smiling men in dark suits. They were Anuthin Charnvirakul of Bhumjaitai Party, Abhisit Vejjajiva of the Democrat Party and Chaturon Chaisang of Puea Thai Party. I wasn’t at the talk, but I saw the photo on a Facebook feed.
Lacking a better response to the growing air pollution, some Bangkokians have resorted to dealing with the issue individually.
There are plenty of stories about bad police planting evidence or fake police shaking down the innocent. What to do if someone claiming to be a police officer wants to search your person or belongings?
Society is getting fed up with grumpy old men in uniforms suffering from delusions of self-importance and incurably rude behavior.
Some Thais feel hope in the yet-to-be-named political party by Thanathorn Juangroongruangkit, but will it be more participatory or another billionaire beast of hierarchy?
Follow editor Todd Ruiz and reporter Teeranai Charuvastra into the mean streets of Pattaya, Thailand, as they search for Russians (et al) arrested for conducting "advanced sex training" in the city.
Key members of the Pheu Thai Party visited Thaksin Shinawatra in Singapore, and perhaps also elsewhere. These weren’t just friendly calls by old-time pals; there was a political motive behind it. The general election is coming – later rather than sooner – but it’s coming.
Anti-junta protesters are focused on not just pushing for speedy elections as promised but also attempting to end the vicious cycle of coups.