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Thai elections peaceful, but gridlock continues

Elections in Thailand ran peacefully on February 2, with only a few isolated incidents, but many election venues were not operating especially in Bangkok...
Thailand breaking up? Red Shirts want capital Chiang Mai

The pro-government red shirt movement in Chiang Mai province said it has prepared a retreat for caretaker Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra should the Thai...
Investors shun Thailand, move on

Three months of political turmoil in Thailand is starting to benefit neighbouring economies, as fund managers pull money from the kingdom, long-term investments are...
Thai elections on February 2 confirmed: PM

Thailand’s prime minister has confirmed a general election will be held on February 2, a source from her party said on January 28 after...
Thailand’s default risk soars

The risk of Thailand defaulting on its debt is the highest since August 2013 as anti-government protests prompt money managers to sell the country's...
Thai protesters threaten to close stock exchange

Anti-government protesters in Thailand announced they will close the entrance of the Stock Exchange of Thailand in Bangkok if caretaker Prime Minister Yingluck...
Yingluck to run in election again – baht declines

Despite massive protests against her, Thailand's caretaker Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra has been named the No 1 party-list MP candidate of the ruling Pheu...
Smartphone protest apps go viral in Thailand

Thai anti-government protesters are taking social media to a new level: During the week-long street rallies to oust the government of Yingluck Shinawatra, smartphone...
Thailand: Red Shirts threaten to ‘surround Bangkok’

With the political situation in Thailand having reached an impasse as both sides - the government and the street protesters - won't move from...
Thailand: Early elections to cost $1.2 billion

Thailand's Election Commission (EC) secretary-general Puchong Nutrawong said on December 10 that a budget of 38 billion baht (around $1.2 billion) will be allocated...
A nation’s inability to transform

Analysis: Thailand is overchallenged with socio-economic changes
Thailand: Truce for King’s birthday

The Thai government has negotiated a truce with protesters in the streets of the capital for the next several days to honor the December...
Thailand will have to bring its mess in order

The meanwhile violent protests in Thai capital Bangkok have once more shown the political volatility of the kingdom and the suboptimal government strategies to...
Thailand: Monk ready to be protest leader

A senior Thai monk, Luang Pu Buddha Isara, the abbot of Wat Or Noi in central Nakhon Pathom province, said he would take over...
What a Thai ‘people’s government’ would want

It is getting clearer what could follow the massive street protest in Bangkok if they are eventually successful in toppling the current government. Protest...
Tensions dense in Bangkok as 10,000s rally

Tens of thousands of people have gathered in Bangkok on November 24 for massive anti- and pro-government rallies that are supposed to last for...
Sixteen countries issue travel warnings for Thailand

As much as 16 countries have issued warnings that their citizens visiting Thailand should avoid areas near the anti-government rallies in Bangkok. The latest...
Thailand: Senate rejects disputed amnesty bill

Thailand's senate on November 11 unanimously rejected a contentious political amnesty bill, as tens of thousands of anti-government protesters massed in Bangkok to try to...