BANGKOK — If polls open in February – five years after the last election – it will be the first chance to cast a ballot for millions of new voters.
BANGKOK — The junta leader has dropped a new song that seeks to capitalize on a massive hit soap opera.
BANGKOK — Pro-democracy activists turned themselves in to police Monday on charges stemming from their march on army headquarters last month.
BANGKOK — Shadows of the past stalked the table where the new-blood princes of Thailand’s political future assembled Wednesday night.
BANGKOK — Top leaders and members of Pheu Thai Party converged on their headquarters in Bangkok today to reaffirm their membership as required by a new election law.
BANGKOK — Junta chairman Prayuth Chan-ocha on Tuesday said Democrat Party leader Abhisit Vejjajiva should watch his words after the politician told his party members they cannot vote for Prayuth as the next prime minister.
BANGKOK — With a craft brewer, disability activist, freelance translator and filmmaker as founders, the leaders of the Future Forward Party may look more like a great line up for a TED talk.
BANGKOK — A routine photo op with the cast of a popular soap opera took a dark turn Tuesday when the junta leader joked about beheading one of the actors for speaking supportively of holding an election.
The bleeding of Pheu Thai comes at a time its leadership is in tatters: Both its charismatic figureheads, Thaksin Shinawatra and Yingluck Shinawatra, are in political exile, leaving an unsettled succession fight.
BANGKOK — The defense minister on Monday said weekend demands from protesters for the army to end its support for the junta were impossible.