More than $35 billion was illicitly drained from Thailand through money laundering, tax evasion, crime and false trade documentation in 2012, according to Global Financial Integrity...
Author: Nicole Jenne, European University Institute Domestic uncertainties in Thailand and Cambodia have hindered progress along the heavily militarised border and the Preah Vihear temple dispute....
Thailand's military government vowed to bring peace to the Muslim-dominated south within a year, despite stalled peace talks aimed at ending an fighting that has cost...
It seems that in Thailand the road to the "end of history" is a little bit more complicated and tortuous than elsewhere.
Thailand's five-week-old junta, The National Council for Peace and Order, has won plaudits in some quarters for stabilizing the overall security situation, calling for greater transparency...
After its first month in power, General Prayuth coup leader, leads the poll as a favorite Prime minister as 41.3 percent of the 1,259 respondents polled...
An interim government is expected to be in place in September with a functional cabinet after which there will be a National Legislative Assembly and a...
In his televised public address on 6 June 2014, General Prayut stated that Thailand had suffered political conflicts for nine consecutive years, and the conflicts had...