The junta is using all the powers at their disposal to hurt Yingluck. But she has one weapon they don’t, the public.
Yingluck Shinawatra is standing trial for alleged criminal negligence. She will accept the verdict but civil unrest and anti-junta protests may follow.
The signing of a US$5 billion rail deal with China is a landmark for Prayut’s government. But who does the deal really benefit?
Be careful about what you post. Lèse majesté laws could have been relaxed following the death of King Bhumbol but the ruling junta has taken them to the other extreme.
King Maha Vajiralongkorn wants to assert his influence over how his country is run. This marks an end to a longstanding history of the monarch staying out of politics.
The Eastern Economic Corridor will diversify the Thai economy and create a booming economic hub on the Eastern Seaboard.
In Thailand, elections and a return to civilian-led democracy is on the horizon. For now, the country is stable and calm, but for how long will that remain the case?
Despite efforts to ease the problem, Thailand’s congested roads are still among the worst in the world. Is there any hope for a less gridlocked future?
Thailand looks set for a return to civilian-led democracy, although the new constitution that will help them get there could actually put more power into the hands of the military.
The UN has become the latest organisation to condemn Thailand’s lèse majesté laws that prevent criticism of the royal family. Will the new king take any notice?