Thailand

泰王國(泰語:ราชอาณาจักรไทย,皇家轉寫:Ratcha-anachak Thai),通稱泰國(泰語:ประเทศไทย,皇家轉寫:Prathet Thai),舊名暹羅(泰語:สยาม,皇家轉寫:Sayam),是東南亞的君主立憲制國家,首都及最大城市為曼谷。 --來自 維基百科


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2017/01/25 | Andrew MacGregor Marshall

Eyes on the Spies in Thailand: New CIA Files Released

Andrew MacGregor Marshall gives his overview of some of the CIA files on Thailand that have now been declassified and made widely available to the public for the first time. From tales of tantrums and toilet breaks to kingly admissions of involvement in coups, it makes for eye-opening reading.

2016/12/27 | Jeffrey Hutton

HIV in Asia – A Tale of Two Cities

The cultural and institutional headwinds suggest Indonesia’s HIV-AIDS epidemic will get worse before it gets better, writes Jeff Hutton.

2016/12/21 | Khemthong Tonsakulrungruang

Thailand Slides into an Orwellian Dystopia

Online censorship in Thailand has become more draconian following the approval of additional legislation last week to curtail freedom of thought, Khemthong Tonsakulrungruang writes.

2016/12/08 | Patrick Jory

Thailand’s Lèse Majesté Crackdown Creeps Across Borders

Numerous critics of Thailand’s military regime charged with lèse majesté remain in exile in neighboring Laos and Cambodia.

2016/12/03 | Paul Sanderson

Henry VIII of Thailand

Henry VIII had six wives. The crown isn’t even on his head, and Vajiralongkorn is already halfway there.

2016/10/29 | Thitinan Pongsudhirak

A New Dawn: Thailand After King Bhumibol

Thailand's grieving population must now chart their own path.

2016/10/23 | Javier El-Hage and Joy Park

After the King’s Death, Thailand’s Skin Is Getting Thinner

After the king’s death, the crackdown on Thailand’s civil society has intensified. In a video that captured the gut-wrenching spectacle, a woman is forced to kneel in public before a picture of the king after supposedly posting critical remarks of the late king online.

2016/10/21 | TF Rhoden

Death of a Monarch or an Oligarch?

At the end of a king’s long reign, it won’t just be a game of thrones that plays out in Thailand – it will be a game of gold.

2016/10/20 | Olivia Yang

Thailand Slams Taiwan's Media Coverage of King's Death

Thailand's Ministry of Foreign affairs has issued a press release saying, 'Such practices are not only unethical but also unprofessional, insensitive to the feelings of the Thai people and offensive towards Thai cultural traditions.'

2016/10/14 | Edward White

Mixed Views on Thailand’s Outlook after King’s Death

What does the death of Thailand’s revered king mean for people who oppose the military junta that controls the country?

2016/10/07 | Brian Hioe

OP-ED: Joshua Wong's Detention in Thailand May Not Be The Last of Its Kind

Countries like Thailand which already share with China a record of poor human rights and are ruled by authoritarian governments are probably more likely to cooperate with China on extraterritorial detentions because such regimes have less to lose from international condemnation.

2016/10/05 | Edward White

China Blamed as Thailand Detains Hong Kong Pro-Democracy Activist

A political party in Taiwan has slammed China after Hong Kong’s pro-democracy activist Joshua Wong was detained in Bangkok.

2016/09/21 | Edward White

OP-ED: Thailand Convicts UK Activist, but Threat to Locals is Much Greater

The imprisonment of a British labor rights campaigner in Thailand has grabbed headlines around the world, but local NGO and aid workers face a much greater risk than foreigners.

2016/09/10 | Malaysiakini

M’sia, Thailand Agree to Study KL-Bangkok High Speed Rail

Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak says the HSR will advance the economies and people-to-people relations between the two countries.

2016/08/31 | Edward White

Chechen Hand in Thailand Bombings, Expert Says

International terrorists had a hand in helping local insurgent groups carry out the recent spate of bombings in Thailand, one expert believes.

2016/08/12 | TNL Staff

BREAKING: Thailand Rocked By Eight Explosions

Several bombs have exploded in Thailand in the past 24 hours, killing at least four people.