Will Thailand’s Military Be Held Accountable for the Country’s Economic Woes?

Thai soldiers. Photo by Luke Hunt

FAR EAST CORRESPONDENT — Since they took power in a coup last May, Thai generals have been quick to use their country’s courts to hold ousted Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra responsible for losses incurred through her government’s disastrous rice-pledging scheme. By that same standard, they should be held accountable for the country’s economic woes during their rule thus far.

Read more from Luke Hunt in The Diplomat.


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