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1. news | 06 Dec 2013
» Army chief Prayuth Chan-ocha has again urged leaders of the government and its opponents to hold talks to resolve the ongoing political turmoil.
2. news | 30 Nov 2013
» Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on Saturday said he supported Afghan efforts to seek peace with the Taliban and would help negotiators meet a former senior insurgent commander.
3. news | 22 Oct 2013
» Western and Arab powers agreed with Syrian opposition leaders Tuesday that President Bashar al-Assad should play no future role in government, but they struggled to convince the rebels to attend key peace talks in Geneva...
4. news | 02 Nov 2013
» A US drone strike Friday killed Pakistani Taliban commander Hakimullah Mehsud, security and insurgent sources said, dealing a major blow to the militant network and casting doubt over proposed peace talks.
5. news | 12 Dec 2013
» Top military leaders decided on Wednesday night not to meet a group of anti-government protest leaders, saying it would be highly dangerous for the country if the military were seen as taking sides.
6. news | 17 Dec 2013
» All parties to the political conflict should attempt to solve it through peaceful negotiation, the nine leaders of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (Asean) say.
7. opinion | 04 Dec 2013
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» In a country where money talks, votes can be bought and people blindly follow leaders who promise the earth but deliver little, I cannot see a referendum working. Surely it too can be bought and we will be back to square...
8. news | 09 Nov 2013
» EU leaders and South Korean President Park Geun-Hye agreed at summit talks Friday to give fresh impetus to a ground-breaking trade agreement as a way out of the economic doldrums.
9. learning | 19 Jan 2011
» The Thai Patriots Network march to petition His Majesty the King was overshadowed yesterday by the arrest of two of its leaders.
10. learning | 07 Dec 2010
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» Democracy education, not ping pong bombs or giant firecrackers, is the weapon of choice of the new red-shirt leaders.