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1. opinion | 31 Mar 2013
» Last Sunday in the article "The Brighter side of lese majeste", we discussed how Thailand is changing. Social media and information technology allow us to obtain information and discuss ideas more openly than ever before...
2. news | 03 May 2013
» The media is struggling with ethical issues, political polarisation and the constraints of the lese majeste law, a report has revealed.
3. news | 25 Mar 2013
» Social critic Sulak Sivaraksa lauded the Thai Public Broadcasting Service (TPBS) yesterday for being courageous in leading the public debate on important issues in the country, especially the lese majeste law.
4. learning | 19 Apr 2011
» The DSI seems determined to put red-shirt leaders in jail despite having failed before. Will lese majeste charges succeed this time?
5. opinion | 24 Mar 2013
» Too often we focus on the negative and fail to appreciate the positive. After all, mankind's penchant for complaining is spiritually gratifying and psychologically therapeutic, while a pat on the back is nothing but ...
6. learning | 10 May 2012
» Red shirt supporters have been warned against exploiting the death of convicted lese majeste prisoner Ampon Tangnoppakul for political gain.
7. news | 13 Apr 2013
» Relatives of those convicted and jailed for lese majeste are pinning their hopes on royal pardons so they can be reunited with their loved ones.
8. learning | 06 Feb 2012
» Thammasat rector Somkit Lertpaithoon said he will ask executives to reconsider the decision to prohibit the use of the campus for activities related to the lese majeste law.
9. learning | 24 Jan 2013
» Somyot Prueksakasemsuk, former editor of the Voice of Taksin magazine, came to court expecting to be freed, but then learned he faced up to 11 years in jail for two articles deemed defamatory to the King.
10. news | 13 May 2013
» Ilich Ramirez Sanchez, the Venezuelan better known to the world as Carlos the Jackal, returns to court on Monday to appeal his conviction for a series of deadly bombings in France thirty years ago.