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Saturday, March 6, 2021

Opinion: When Crowd Control Police Lost Control of Themselves

The video I took for Khaosod English of a group of police dragging and then brutally beating a defenseless man as they dispersed the monarchy-reform demonstrators went viral in no time.

Opinion: Why This New Trade Pact Can Help Thailand’s Recovery From COVID

As we celebrate 60 years of diplomatic relations between Thailand and Canada in 2021, now is a good time to take concrete measures to bring our countries closer.

Opinion: The Future of Thai and Myanmar Protesters in Bangkok

Beyond the heart-warming images of Thai anti-government demonstrators and Burmese anti-coup protesters in Bangkok demonstrating side by side on Wednesday lie major challenges facing both groups.

Opinion: What Many Thais See in Myanmar Coup

The military coup in Myanmar on Monday sent a political ripple to Thailand, its next door neighbour, not because of any immediate influx of political asylum seekers (yet) but for the similar fate they share.

Opinion: When Bangkok Shopping Malls Turn Into Protest Space

Shopping malls in Bangkok are more than just a place to shop. To the many mall rats, it’s a place to escape the heat, meet friends, dine, date, drink, watch films and more.

Opinion: Lese Majeste is Pushing Thailand Toward a Turning Point

Many Thais who are against the lese majeste law have chosen different words to describe it.

Opinion: This is How Israel Leads the World in Vaccination Campaign

From the outset of the pandemic, Israel emerged as a leading nation in the global fight against coronavirus, learning from the experiences of others and sharing its own with the world.

Opinion: Pimrypie Saga and the Voiceless Young Rural Thais

When a female YouTuber recently visited a far-flung highland community in Chiang Mai and decided to spend half a million baht installing solar cells and setting up a large TV for 40 children and posting the video online, it ignited a storm of reactions.

Opinion: We’ve Had Enough of COVID Confusion From Gov’t

Confusion, confusion and more confusions can be expected if the government doesn’t learn from this week.

Opinion: 2020 is a Year to Reflect on What We Have, and What We...

If anything, 2020 which is coming to an end, or rather coronavirus, taught us how unpredictable life is.



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