BANGKOK — Among more than 2.6 million registered voters nationwide who cast advanced ballots Sunday are a fugitive who disguised himself with a wig, a woman about to enter labor and people sensitive to air pollution.
BANGKOK — Thailand's ambassador to the United States, best known for leading the kingdom’s legal battle with Cambodia over an ancient temple, died early Saturday. He was 58.
BANGKOK — Up to 2 million voters have registered to cast their ballots Sunday when early voting opens in advance of next week’s election.
An independent, domestic poll monitor says it will deploy more than 1,000 observers for the March 24 election – without any official support.
BANGKOK — An MP hopeful in Bangkok said Friday he was incorrectly identified as a monk in voter’s handbooks distributed nationwide this week.
BANGKOK — You could call it the 7 million-voter question: Will young people like the ones who turned out on a recent Saturday night to listen to politically hip rappers also make it to the polls for Thailand's upcoming general election? And do they share the anger at the established order being sung and shouted about onstage?
No major political party has a policy to amend the controversial lese majeste law, an international human rights organization revealed Thursday.
From parodies of Thai Line spam to pairing political parties with Westerosi factions from “Game of Thrones,” the digital seas are churning with snark...
BANGKOK — Pre-election legal skirmishing continued Thursday with new developments and threats in the home stretch leading to Election Day.
Thailand's military-installed prime minister crooned a love song and boasted of his government's achievements Wednesday during an official visit to his home province in the northeast ahead of the March 24 election.