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'Thai-style democracy' won't suit all tastes

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As a major player in political and economic development in the Southeast Asian region, Thailand has been a focal point where clashes and collaborative forces from outside the country always have a role in local politics. 

Protesters stand outside the US embassy in Bangkok last month to condemn its support for the Yingluck administration. THANARAK KHOONTON

Of course, in various cases, some can't help but wonder as to why each of the world superpowers reacts differently to democracy in Thailand, and the political rallies led by the People's Democratic Reform Committee (PDRC).

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