Thailand’s Deep South

March 29, 2021

Examining the Thai Monarchy

November 10, 2020

Thai Migration and Movements

October 26, 2020

The Thai Cave Rescue: What Are the Leadership Lessons?

July 22, 2018

A committed Thai government, a provincial governor’s rallying spirit and the grit of the trapped young men saved the day. Few experiences bring the finest display of management principles as the Tham Luang Cave Rescue, an 18-day saga that played out over recent weeks in a Thai forest reserve....

Looking Back at the Asian Financial Crisis

July 15, 2017

Twenty years after the Asian financial crisis, it is important to understand the situation from a Malaysian perspective. In July 1997, the Bank of Thailand withdrew from intervening (pegging Thai baht to US dollars) to defend the baht when its foreign reserves effectively dropped to just $7.5...

The World This Week: Thai King’s Death Raises Royal Question

October 16, 2016

With the death of the old king, time might be running out for Thailand’s anachronistic, regressive and repressive monarchy. This was a week of much upheaval. Even as the pound continued to tumble, tragedy struck Haiti. Hurricane Matthew killed over 1,000 people in the town of Jérémie. In...