On the evening before the one month anniversary of the March 24 general election, two soldiers sat aimlessly, guarding Victory Monument. It was a...
It never occurred to me that what I write could be seditious.
In a world of targeted advertisements and surgical strikes, the Thai military junta is apt at tailor-made suppression of its opponents.
The dissolution of Thai Raksa Chart Party on Thursday for having nominated Princess Ubolratana as a candidate for prime minister – dragging the royal...
On a hot Monday afternoon inside a giant warehouse in the northern outskirts of Bangkok, workers were hammering metal beams onto the top deck of what looked like a steampunk Noah's Arc.
By Zhang Jun
Anyone who has ever lived through times of violence and civil strife should appreciate the benefits of having peace in the streets. But at what price?
The narrative of Thailand’s political conflicts is changing. For over a decade, it has been the old establishment versus the Thaksin Shinawatra network, and the drama has been difficult for audiences to stomach.
If Thailand’s junta is truly sincere in its twisted claim that it is working hard toward democratizing Thailand, its ban on campaigning online should be lifted immediately.
An average car is more durable. A typical refrigerator is going to get more use.