It would now seem unlikely that Yingluck or her older brother Thaksin Shinawatra will ever return to Thailand, let alone compete politically
"History does not repeat it stutters" Karl Marx once said, but obviously he had never lived in Thailand.
Under the new law employers can be fined a maximum of 800,000 baht (US$23,800) for each undocumented migrant, while workers can be jailed for up to...
In September 2015, Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe passed new security legislation permitting Japan to come to the aid of an ally under attack.
Since the military coup in 2014, Thai foreign policy has moved closer towards Beijing at the expense of its longstanding ties with Washington.
The China–Japan relationship is the most important relationship in Asia. It also has a troubled history.
Since 2014, Hong Kong has become increasingly polarised between pro-Beijing actors and civil-rights activists.
When the Bush administration rejected the Kyoto Protocol in the 2000s, China was one of many countries that invoked US recalcitrance to justify its own inaction...