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China’s Daring Depreciation

By Yu Yongding

Social Media is Prayuth’s Empty Mirror (Opinion)

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.

Voranai: How Thailand Lost Its Democracy

People’s power is a wonderful and dangerous thing. In 2010, the United Front for Democracy against Dictatorship, or UDD, marched against the Democrat Party-led coalition government.
Premchai Karnasuta, far left, sits in the campsite where he was found on Feb. 5 with the remains of a leopard, panther and other wildlife in the Thungyai Naresuan Wildlife Sanctuary in Kanchanaburi province.

Voranai: My Brother’s Keeper

Raise your hand if you have used, know someone who has or are familiar with the following negotiation tactic: “There’s nothing we can’t work...

Deep South Conflict Perpetuated by Willful Ignorance

BANGKOK — A group often overlooked when considering the Deep South’s ongoing separatist conflict is the kingdom’s majority Thai Buddhists.

Editorial: A Referendum is Not Enough

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."
Crowds at Iconsiam on Nov. 9.

Opinion: Is Iconsiam an Icon of Prosperity or Disparity?

Bangkok’s newest luxury mall, the 54 billion-baht Iconsiam, is marketed as the “Icon of Eternal Prosperity.”

Op-Ed: Girls, Women Still Being Hurt Across the World

Across the world, violence against women and girls remains one of the most serious — and the most tolerated — human rights violations, both a cause and a consequence of gender inequality and discrimination.

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