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WORLD

Taiwan’s new president calls on China to end threat of war

Published on 20/05/2024

» New Taiwan President Lai Ching-te urged China to stop its campaign of pressure of the democratic island, comments aimed at calming a dispute at the heart of a geopolitical rivalry involving the world’s two biggest powers.

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THAILAND

30th EU Film Festival Celebrates European Diversity

Published on 17/05/2024

» The Delegation of the European Union (EU) to Thailand, along with the EU Member States (EUMS) Embassies and Cultural Institutions in Thailand, and the Embassy of Ukraine in Thailand, jointly raised the curtain of the 30th European Union (EU) Film Festival 2024 in Bangkok at House Samyan, Samyan Mitrtown Mall. This year's film festival, held in May, coincides with the month of Europe Day, which celebrates the founding of the European Union on 9 May.

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OPINION

High-stakes submarine talks

Oped, Editorial, Published on 14/05/2024

» A Chinese delegation is visiting Thailand and will meet the government on Wednesday to negotiate a long-overdue submarine purchase. Then, the Thai government will make the final decision on whether to ditch or take the submarine.

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SPORTS

Thailand kicks off Fifa football congress

Post Reporters, Published on 13/05/2024

» The 74th Fifa Congress kicked off in Thailand on Monday, casting a global spotlight on the nation as a premier destination for sports communities, with over 3,000 figures from the worldwide football community in attendance.

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WORLD

Indonesia's Prabowo reiterates 'Asian Way' to defuse tension

Published on 12/05/2024

» JAKARTA: As Indonesia’s president elect Prabowo Subianto prepares to enter office in October, he looks set to take a more assertive stance in foreign policy, saying that diplomacy, negotiations, and the "Asian way" have helped to defuse tension.

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OPINION

Keep quiet on Myanmar

Oped, Editorial, Published on 11/05/2024

» Reports that former prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra held talks with Myanmar's ethnic rebel groups in Chiang Mai last month are causing an innumerable number of jaws to drop.

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THAILAND

Somsak meets visiting Saudi minister

News, Apinya Wipatayotin, Published on 10/05/2024

» The Public Health Ministry is aiming to promote wellness and medical tourism in Saudi Arabia, while the Labour Ministry expects to send more skilled workers to the Middle Eastern country.

OPINION

Cambodian canal tests Mekong unity

Oped, Published on 10/05/2024

» Cambodia has every right to develop infrastructure to promote economic development in its part of the Mekong Basin, but the way Cambodia's government is conducting diplomacy around the 180-km Funan Techo Canal threatens to undo three decades of Mekong collaboration.

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GENERAL

Department seeks to speed up free trade negotiations

Business, Phusadee Arunmas, Published on 09/05/2024

» The Department of Trade Negotiations is pushing for free trade agreement (FTA) negotiations with trading partners to expand trade and investment opportunities as well as strengthen the economy.

OPINION

Why EU Day matters for Thailand

Oped, Published on 09/05/2024

» The European Union was born out of war to prevent war in the future between historic enemies. After World War II many European leaders wanted to try a new form of international cooperation to break out of the cycle of war which had dogged Europe every 50 years or so, going back through the centuries. Following the declaration by French foreign minister, Robert Schuman, on May 9, 1950, six countries agreed henceforth to manage jointly between them the industries needed to wage war -- coal, iron, steel -- instead of continuing to manage them purely nationally.