Thitinan Pongsudhirak

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With a new king, will 2019 herald a new political normal for Thailand?

Since 2005 Thailand has been stuck in a damaging election-protest-coup-re-election cycle, but the coronation of a new monarch could lead to a new kind of politics away from the red vs yellow confrontation of the past

9 Feb 2019 - 9:23AM

Since 2005 Thailand has been stuck in a damaging election-protest-coup-re-election cycle, but the coronation of a new monarch could lead to a new kind of politics away from the red vs yellow confrontation of the past

With a new king, will 2019 herald a new political normal for Thailand?
Don’t cry for me, Shinawatra: why Yingluck’s bad luck is good for Thailand

The self-imposed exile of the former prime minister opens a window of opportunity for the powers-that-be on all sides in Thai politics to break the vicious cycle of coups, constitutions, elections, coups.

2 Sep 2017 - 1:57PM

The self-imposed exile of the former prime minister opens a window of opportunity for the powers-that-be on all sides in Thai politics to break the vicious cycle of coups, constitutions, elections, coups.

Don’t cry for me, Shinawatra: why Yingluck’s bad luck is good for Thailand
Why no one wants to rule Thailand other than the military
Hague ruling on South China Sea must not fuel Asia’s arms race

Thitinan Pongsudhirak says China, whose rise threatens regional stability and sparked the military build-up, should be given some room to recognise the dangers of its own aggression

20 Jul 2018 - 2:54PM

Thitinan Pongsudhirak says China, whose rise threatens regional stability and sparked the military build-up, should be given some room to recognise the dangers of its own aggression

Hague ruling on South China Sea must not fuel Asia’s arms race