By Joseph S. Nye, Jr.
Regardless of who is responsible for the Siam Paragon bombings, the incident should not be used as an excuse by the Thai junta to maintain martial law and its broad restriction on human rights.
The stream against the Draft ‘Amnesty-for-all’ bill seems to have become stronger and stronger, not only among Thai people, but also foreigners, as the...
Yesterday’s military coup d’état was the latest addition to Thailand’s long history of military interventions.
The junta should organize a referendum that will allow the Thai people to choose between the upcoming 2015 constitution and the 1997 "People’s Constitution."
(2 May) After maintaining the image of a leader keen on soft approaches and decreasing political tension for 2 years as the Prime Minister, Ms. Yingluck Shinawatra expressed her opinion and political stance in a very clear manner for the first time.
Trang Railway complaintsDear respected editor of Khaosod,My wife lives in Trang and I have to use the Bkk-Trang rapid train quite frequently since I...
(9 December) Weeks into their campaign to unseat the government, the aims and demands of the anti-government protesters remain unclear.
By Stephen S. Roach