Tag: Thailand Crisis

Malaysia in 2014: A Perspective from Thailand

Malaysia in 2014: A Perspective from Thailand

Unrest in Thailand could influence political developments in Malaysia. Thai-Malaysian relations have in the past decade been predominantly shaped by the situation in the three southernmost provinces of Thailand. In 2004, under the Thaksin Shinawatra administration, an Islamist insurgency...

Thailand in 2014: A Democracy Endangered by Juristocracy?

Thailand in 2014: A Democracy Endangered by Juristocracy?

In Thailand, the judiciary appears ready to spring a new coup. Since 2005, Thailand has been a divided country, witnessing resurgent waves of political pandemonium. The latest resurrection of such acrimony surfaced in November 2013, when once again, the country began to suffer mass demonstrations...

Political Unrest in Thailand: The Crisis Explained

Political Unrest in Thailand: The Crisis Explained

Thailand's political unrest is more than a showdown between "red shirts" and "yellow shirts." Background In 2013, Thailand welcomed over 26.7 million visitors, while its capital city, Bangkok, was declared as the world's number one travel destination by the Global Destination Cities...

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