Regardless of who is responsible for the Siam Paragon bombings, the incident should not be used as an excuse by the Thai junta to maintain martial law and its broad restriction on human rights.
The final page turned last night on the 70-year reign of King Bhumibol Adulyadej, who was laid to rest in a grand cremation ceremony....
On July 1, 1975, Premier Zhou Enlai and Prime Minister Kukrit Pramoj signed the Joint Communique on the establishment of diplomatic relations in Beijing, which opened a new chapter in China-Thailand relations.
Even those of us not particularly cognizant of the climate crisis could not help but be alarmed by what has been happening around us lately.
By Zhang Jun
Witch hunt, paranoia and hysteria is gripping Juntaland. This time, the witches – or demons – are the Future Forward Party duo comprised of leader...
As with any action, there are different points of view on this week’s decision by junta leader Gen. Prayuth Chan-ocha to end the use of military tribunals to try civilians.
Was it a pep talk, a military psy-op, a lecture, or a paranoid rant on an epic scale that we witnessed from army chief Gen. Apirat Kongsompong last Friday?
Article 7 of Thailand’s Constitution must be revised to prevent political actors from using it to justify circumventing other articles in the Constitution.
Some Thais have found new scapegoats to demonize in coronavirus-Thailand – fellow Thais who returned from abroad.