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Always 'A Little More Time' for Public Held Hostage in House Junta

By Pravit Rojanaphruk
Senior Staff Writer

Khaosod English's Note On Translation Of Anti-Govt Leadership Title "PCAD"

The editorial team of Khaosod English has recently received a number of questions about its translation of the name of the the anti-government protest group.

Why Sedition Charges Won’t Silence Me

It never occurred to me that what I write could be seditious.

The End of 1945

By Ian Buruma

Little England and Not-so-Great Britan

AMSTERDAM — As an Anglo-Dutchman – British mother, Dutch father – I cannot help but take Brexit rather personally. I’m not a wholehearted Euro-enthusiast, but a European Union without Britain feels like losing a limb in a terrible accident.

Tell the World That the Junta is 99% Popular

By Pravit Rojanaphruk
Senior Staff Writer

China's New Normal and America’s Old Habits

By Stephen S. Roach

Editorial: The Boxer, The Referee, The Audiences

(1 May) The confrontation which pits the MPs and Senators of the government camp against a number of judges of the Constitutional Court is quickly escalating.

Europe on the Sidelines

By Ana Palacio
Project Syndicate

MUNICH – The liberal international order that has helped stabilize the world since the end of the Cold War is under strain. A revanchist Russia, chaos in the Middle East, and simmering tensions in the South China Sea are all symptoms of a system that is beginning to fray.

Editorial: Stop Invoking Article 7 — And Get Rid Of It Too

Article 7 of Thailand’s Constitution must be revised to prevent political actors from using it to justify circumventing other articles in the Constitution.

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