The most perplexing and severe charges made since monarchy-reform protests began in August is the charges of intending to harm the Queen.
By Joseph S. Nye, Jr.
Thailand's rogue generals are like condominium guards who have gotten used to taking control of the building now and then.
The junta's 2014 Interim Constitution is robbing Thai people of their political voices.
What’s there to be hopeful, New Year or not? Isn’t the battle, if not the war, lost?
When the parliament-appointed National Reconciliation Committee on Monday invited me to offer my views about the political protests, I highlighted the need for trust and non-violence.
Army chief Gen. Apirat Kongsompong and his officers swear oaths of loyalty on March 7, 2019, in front of a statue of King Rama V at army headquarters in Bangkok.
The government of Gen. Prayut Chan-ocha is facing double challenges in handling COVID-19. First, how to get enough vaccines in time before the situation is too critical, and second, how to convince enough people that Sinovac is a good and adequately safe vaccine.
A week-old Facebook group encouraging Thais to emigrate has become one of the biggest talks of the town this week.
The junta should organize a referendum that will allow the Thai people to choose between the upcoming 2015 constitution and the 1997 "People’s Constitution."