Archive for February 14th, 2009

  • There is a nagging suspicion among some Thai observers that the US gave the wink to the military coupmakers who in 2006 toppled Thaksin Shinawatra’s democratically elected and, perceived by […]

    Thai politics, US strategy

    There is a nagging suspicion among some Thai observers that the US gave the wink to the military coupmakers who in 2006 toppled Thaksin Shinawatra’s democratically elected and, perceived by […]

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  • After some weeks of headlines about Thailand’s navy pushing boatloads of Rohingya from across the Bay of Bengal back into the ocean, it was only a matter of time before […]

    Rohingya

    After some weeks of headlines about Thailand’s navy pushing boatloads of Rohingya from across the Bay of Bengal back into the ocean, it was only a matter of time before […]

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  • What follows are the details of an event that many UK-based New Mandala readers will want to attend: LESE MAJESTE IN THAILAND: THE ENEMY OF DEMOCRACY Speaker: Prof Giles Ji Ungpakorn, Chulalongkorn […]

    Giles in Oxford: Lese majeste in Thailand

    What follows are the details of an event that many UK-based New Mandala readers will want to attend: LESE MAJESTE IN THAILAND: THE ENEMY OF DEMOCRACY Speaker: Prof Giles Ji Ungpakorn, Chulalongkorn […]

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