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Towards strategic Thai-French ties

Oped, Kavi Chongkittavorn, Published on 14/05/2024

» In April 2022, Thailand learned that French President Emmanuel Macron was keen to engage with the Asia-Pacific region in person. As the host of the 32nd Asia-Pacific Economic Leaders' Meeting (Apec) in October of that year, former deputy prime minister and foreign minister Don Pramudwinai quickly issued an invitation to the president to attend as a guest. The rest, as they say, is history.

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THAILAND

Sasin Impact Week: Shaping Sustainable Entrepreneurship

Published on 07/05/2024

» Sasin School of Management in Bangkok, Thailand, is gearing up to host the Sasin Impact Entrepreneurship Week 2024 (SasinIEW) from June 19-23, 2024. Focused on entrepreneurship, innovation, inclusiveness, impact, and sustainability, the event aims to foster collaboration among diverse stakeholders, including entrepreneurs, startups, investors, policymakers, business students, and the public.

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Asean centrality in a changing world

Oped, Kavi Chongkittavorn, Published on 30/04/2024

» What is Asean centrality? It can mean different things to different people, but broadly, it can be seen as a regional framework that supports Asean's role as the dominant regional platform to overcome common challenges and engage with external powers.

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THAILAND

Mongolia seeks closer ties amid major power rivalry

News, Published on 22/04/2024

» Ulaanbaatar hopes to achieve closer ties with Thailand across the board, Mongolian Foreign Minister Battsetseg Batmunkh said during an exclusive interview with Bangkok Post.

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THAILAND

Yunus Centre AIT Hosts 11th SBAC with Nobel Laureate Prof. Muhammad Yunus

Published on 19/04/2024

» The 11th Social Business Academia Conference (SBAC) commenced with a captivating keynote speech by Professor Muhammad Yunus, Nobel Peace Laureate 2006, Chairman, Yunus Centre. The conference took place on April 1-2, 2024, co-hosted with Professor Muhammad Yunus and the Yunus Centre in Dhaka, by the Yunus Center at the Asian Institute of Technology (YCA) and the Yunus Thailand Foundation. The conference theme was "Social Business Research – Objectives, Methodologies & Priorities".

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Asean juggles triangular power game

Oped, Kavi Chongkittavorn, Published on 09/04/2024

» A rising China, a trusted Japan, and a declining America are three cogs dictating the global geopolitical landscape in Southeast Asia in the months, if not years, to come. Amidst intensifying geopolitics, Asean is in a position where this could either be a blessing or a curse.

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THAILAND

Driving Circular Economy: ASEAN's EPR Strategy Unveiled

Published on 05/04/2024

» C asean continues its quest to strengthen ASEAN’s connectivity across various domains. This time, it partners with Thailand Supply Chain Network (TSCN) and the ASEAN Centre for Sustainable Development Studies and Dialogue (ACSDSD) to host the C asean Forum with the theme "ASEAN Action Towards Circular Economy: Move Forward with Extended Producer Responsibility" on 28 March 2024 at C asean on the 10th floor of CW Tower in Bangkok.

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Myanmar crisis: security and humanity

Oped, Kavi Chongkittavorn, Published on 19/03/2024

» The situation inside Myanmar remains fast-changing and unpredictable, leaving the Srettha government having to recalibrate its policies towards our strife-torn neighbour.

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THAILAND

Srettha sets off for Berlin, Paris

News, Mongkol Bangprapa, Published on 07/03/2024

» The government will push for a free trade agreement between Thailand and the European Union, visa exemptions for holders of Thai passports and greater cooperation in trade and investments as Prime Minister Srettha Thavisin embarks on an official visit to Germany and France.

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OPINION

Give women farm sector power

Oped, Published on 06/03/2024

» Despite women's significant contributions to our agrifood systems in the Asia-Pacific region, women continue to face persistent obstacles, including limited access to resources, services, and discriminatory practices all along the food value chain. As we gather to celebrate this year's International Women's Day (IWD), it is time for action to fully recognise women's indispensable role in the fields, in the factories, and those running small and medium-sized companies, associations and cooperatives -- all of which produce the nutritious food we eat each day.