Criminal Court of Thailand confirms Detention of 11 UDD leaders for terrorism

The Criminal Court has authorized the police investigator’s request to detain 11…

Foreign business leaders praise Thailand’s peace road map

Foreign business leaders have praised the government’s efforts to achieve national reconciliation…

European Union wants negotiation to prevail in Thailand

The European Union office here on Thursday issued a statement expressing concerns…

Thailand’s Prime minister admits having underestimated red shirt protesters

Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva and army chief Gen Anupong Paojinda appeared together…

Thailand’s political transformation

The state’s violent response to mass protests in Bangkok takes Thailand’s deep polarisation to an even more dangerous level. But a new Thailand is also struggling to be born, says Tyrell Haberkorn.

Economic team supports House dissolution in next 9 months

Deputy Prime Minister Trairong Suwannakhiri on Tuesday voiced his support for the…

Thai Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva to meet Red Shirt leaders for negotiations

Signs of possible conciliation by both parties appeared Sunday as Thai Prime…

Lingering political crisis shows deep class divide in Thailand

In September 2006, following months of street protests, the military launched a coup against the elected government, the first such coup in 15 years.