Thailand

Through an old man’s eyes: Thailand’s long and troubled quest for democracy

The country is at its “lowest point” since the 1932 Siam Revolution, Sulak Sivaraksa tells BenarNews.

Migration from Myanmar to Thailand surges amid fighting, COVID concerns

Police have arrested thousands of migrants, many of whom were found in desperate conditions.

Officials, experts: ASEAN states unlikely to choose sides between US and China

Questions remain on where smaller Southeast Asian nations feature in America’s grand strategy.

US attempting to ‘hijack countries in our region’ to target China, Wei Fenghe says

Chinese defense minister hits back at U.S. comments that Beijing aims to ‘undermine security and stability.’

Next-generation Shinawatra takes steps to revive Thai political dynasty

A recent poll put PM Thaksin’s daughter as the top choice for prime minister.

US attempting to ‘hijack countries in our region’ to target China, Wei Fenghe says

Chinese defense minister hits back at U.S. comments that Beijing aims to ‘undermine security and stability.’

Thailand’s journey to democracy: ‘it won’t be too long’

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