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  1. 71. opinion | 13 Jan 2015

    Route to a referendum

    EDITORIAL

    Newspaper section: News

    » The National Council for Peace and Order (NCPO) seized power with several promises. One, often tested and sometimes found wanting, was the pledge to abandon populist policies. In truth, no modern nation, including Thaila...

  2. 72. news | 12 Jan 2015

    Church in Sri Lanka's warzone awaits first papal visit

    By AFP

    » MADHU (SRI LANKA) - A small church nestled in the Sri Lankan jungle, seen as a beacon of harmony in a country with a dark history of conflict, is preparing for a visit from Pope Francis who will bring his own message of ...

  3. 73. news | 12 Jan 2015

    Pope visits Sri Lanka hoping for peace

    By AP

    » COLOMBO — Less than a week after its long-time president was surprisingly voted out of office, Sri Lanka welcomes Pope Francis on Tuesday, with the island nation's Catholic minority hoping he can help heal the linge...

  4. 74. news | 12 Jan 2015

    S. Korea's Park says open to summit with N. Korea's Kim

    By AFP

    » South Korean President Park Geun-Hye said Monday she was willing to hold unconditional talks with North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un, and to "meet just about anyone" to seek peace and reunification on the peninsula.

  5. 75. opinion | 11 Jan 2015

    The big issue: Hold on, one second (five satang)

    By Alan Dawson

    » For nine years, Thailand has torn itself apart in slow-motion, red-yellow-blue street protests, killings, arson and military coups, shutdowns, violence from South to North, dirty politics, back-stabbing businesses. And a...

  6. 76. news | 08 Jan 2015

    Aksara starts early talks with insurgents

    far south

    By Post Reporters, Newspaper section: News

    » The government has started unofficial talks with separatists in the deep South as a prelude for the resumption of peace negotiations, a senior government official said yesterday.

  7. 77. news | 07 Jan 2015

    Prayut 'ready' for South talks

    Newspaper section: News

    » Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha says Thailand is ready to open a new round of southern peace talks once Malaysia completes work on coordinating the process with insurgent groups.

  8. 78. lifestyle | 07 Jan 2015

    Encroaching on villagers' rights

    By Anchalee Kongrut, Newspaper section: Life

    » As a New Year's gift, the National Council for Peace and Order (NCPO) has promised to return happiness to the people by giving 53,000 rai of state land to landless villagers. On paper, it looks like a generous prese

  9. 79. opinion | 06 Jan 2015

    Tang Archeewa's puppet master should shut him up

    By Veera Prateepchaikul

    » The Ministry of Foreign Affairs seems to have just awakened to the problem of Ekaphob Luera, widely known as “Tang Archeewa.” Without a hard push from the National Council for Peace and Order, I wonder if the ministry w...

  10. 80. news | 06 Jan 2015

    Corruption fight takes centre stage

    By King-oua Laohong, Newspaper section: News

    » Apush to eradicate corruption will take centre stage this year now the 250-member National Reform Council (NRC) has completed its task of making charter recommendations and is moving to work on the National Council for P...

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