FAR EAST CORRESPONDENT — La-iad Sawatsoradej has been living on a few sheets of plywood perched about 80cm below her single-storey house’s roof, just above the level of the floodwaters. The floods have kept this active woman contained in an area of four or five square metres; she can only sit and look at the water surrounding her. Read more in Spectrum.
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FAR EAST CORRESPONDENT — Members of the ethnic minority arriving from Myanmar and Bangladesh in hope of better lives enter a tangled human trafficking web in Thailand, where local officials, complicitous members of their own […]
Thais went to the polls on March 24. Here are the latest updates with the military asserting its power over the legislative system. Published by Voice of America and written by Luke Hunt Prayut’s Quest for […]
Thailand’s Troubled South
FAR EAST CORRESPONDENT — The recent surge of violence in the South has spurred the government to once again review its strategy of how to deal with violence in the strife-torn area. After a meeting […]
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