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    Time not on nation's side

    News, Published on 22/03/2014

    » Time does not appear to be on our country’s side. As political groups continue to engage in a complex ideological and legal contest where apparently no side can win, Thailand is ageing.


    Postbag: Loose lips sink ships

    News, Published on 22/03/2014

    » There is much loose talk about possible civil war, but how much of this demonstrates a lack of critical thinking? Nobody clearly lays out who would be the protagonists and instigators of such an occurrence. Neither do they lay out what would be the objectives of such a war or how this would be in the interests of the Thai people. What is clear is that such a war would result in Thais killing Thais again. Brainstorming is often a good way to think your way through critical issues.


    In decrying corruption, elites must show consistency

    News, Songkran Grachangnetara, Published on 22/03/2014

    » Let me be clear: I despise corruption and suffer from it like the rest of us. Let me be even clearer: I’d like to see Thailand rid itself of the deeply corrupt and incompetent elements of the “Thaksin regime”.


    Don’t they know it’s ‘our’ Songkran?

    News, Kong Rithdee, Published on 22/03/2014

    » Your Honour, ladies and gentlemen of the tribunal of the International Court of Universal Justice. I’ve come to this court today to represent the Cultural Watchdog and Tourism Authority of Thailand, and I henceforth present to the esteemed tribunal the grave, scandalous, hair-raising offence committed by a group of people in Singapore (I think) against the splendid and extremely wet Siamese tradition known as Songkran.


    Energy required to solve water crisis

    News, Published on 22/03/2014

    » For those living in the world’s most impoverished rural areas and urban slums — the so-called “bottom billion” — water shortages and the inability to access energy feed disease and discontent.


    World leaders must give nuclear security a chance

    Published on 22/03/2014

    » Next week, more than 50 global leaders will gather in The Hague for the 2014 Nuclear Security Summit. This year’s conference marks the initiative’s third meeting since 2010, continuing a process that seeks to raise awareness about the threat of nuclear terrorism and catalyse much-needed action to secure the materials that terrorists would need to make a weapon. But time is running out.

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