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41. news | 27 Nov 2013
» RS Plc, the local media rights holder for 2014's Fifa World Cup in Brazil, says the political crisis has not hurt sponsorship deals for the football contest.
42. news | 22 Nov 2013
» Political turmoil in the country looks set to continue or escalate since the Constitution Court ruling on the government's charter change attempt, according to more than 80 per cent of respondents questioned by Suan ...
43. news | 28 Nov 2013
» Protest leader Suthep Thaugsuban's proposal to set up a "people's parliament" for political reform as a way out of the political conflict has stirred mixed reactions from academics and leading figures.
44. news | 27 Nov 2013
» Thailand's mass political protests spread outside the capital Wednesday as opposition demonstrators stepped up their attempts to overthrow Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra's government, plunging the country dee...
45. news | 09 Dec 2013
» Psychological tactics were instrumental in the police's handling of the unrest last week.
46. news | 16 Dec 2013
» Army chief Gen Prayuth Chan-ocha has claimed that soldiers have little choice but to abandon their usual principle of staying out of politics, since the military wants to prevent the current political crisis escalating i...
47. opinion | 12 Dec 2013
» 'What's next?" appears to be a major question for those following our political situation. Suthep Thaugsuban, affectionately called kamnan by some, has made advances in his political battle against the Yingluck S...
48. learning | 20 Oct 2010
» Political struggles in present-day Thailand are radically different from the past, and the dance dramas that depict these struggles have also changed.
49. news | 06 Dec 2013
» The United States is keeping a close watch on the political situation in Thailand and believes peace talks are the best means to end the political turmoil, US ambassador Kristie Kenney said on Friday.
50. news | 01 Nov 2013
» Ethnic minority Kachin leaders in Myanmar's war-torn far north on Thursday hailed a government decision to allow them to form a political party as a step towards finding elusive peace.