Cutting Off Electricity-WaterDear Khaosod Editors,I have read the news about a house fire in Phitsanulok which killed 2 children. The fire happened because the...
Whenever disruptive innovation reaches the shores of Thailand, time and again the knee-jerk reaction is to make a huge fuss, ban it as yet another Western evil, launch a “better” “proper” Thai alternative that nobody ends up using and finally forgetting about it when people move on to the next crisis du jour.
A 2015 study identified China, Indonesia, the Philippines, Sri Lanka, Viet Nam and Thailand as the top six sources of marine plastic, responsible for around 60% of plastic pollution at sea.
What should we care more about: Reality or the denial of reality?
Now that police have confirmed through DNA the identities of at least two Thais murdered and mutilated horrendously, I wonder what ...
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.
Some will observe New Year recovering from hangovers. Their passage of time marked by the fact that all they can recall is blurry due to intoxication, alcohol or not.
Regardless of the pretext or intention, the martial law imposed by the Royal Thai Army today infringes on the rights of Thai citizens and should be repealed without delay.
By Ian Buruma
Even among those who profess to be for democracy, disagreeing without insult is difficult.