Long-lasting Friendship between Thailand and U.S.

Thailand Prime Minister, Yingluck Shinawatra launched a special event in commemoration of the 180-year anniversary between the Kingdom of Thailand and the United States of America. For more news and pixs: 180-year Friendship USA, Thailand and ASEAN US Secretary of State, John Kerry, and Thailand DPM     Advertisements

Troubled Times for Abhisit Vejjajiva

In early May, the Department of Special Investigation (DSI) filed two more charges related to the vicious army crackdown of Red Shirt demonstrators which resulted in almost 100 people dead. The charges are against former Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva and his deputy Suthep Thaugsuban. Abhisit and Suthep, then director of the Centre for the Resolution […]

A Threat to “Kill” Red Shirts

Following Facebook case, now a Twitter case of equally “Open & Blatant” threat to “Kill” Red Shirts. A post from Thai Journalism Watch, written by Terence Chulavachana, revealed the extent of hate speech of a Thai soldier who looks down upon the Red Shirts. In the post, Terence says: “I swear I will send bullets […]

Thailand, I Don’t Understand: Wrong is Wrong

Thailand has seen its fair share of political strife, army coups and the demonstrations, with the presence of insurrection, rallying call for freedom and destructive physical force in the country. In 2006, the army, in a coup d’état, removed Thaksin Shinawatra from his elected post of Prime Minister and established a junta that pushed for a new […]

Democrat Party Seeking One Rulership

The Democrat Party asked the Constitutional Court to dissolve six political parties on charges that their MPs were trying to overthrow the country’s constitutional government by trying to amend Article 68.  The six political parties are Pheu Thai, Chart Thai Pattana, Chart Pattana, Palang Chon, Mahachon and New Democracy.  This is evident that the Democrat Party wants to hold the […]