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THAILAND

A Provincial Administrative Organisation election barometer

News, Published on 22/06/2024

» A turf war has been declared in Pathum Thani, which is being fought covertly by titans of national politics, according to a source.

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THAILAND

Thanathorn confident of decisive victory in 2027 election

Saritdet Marukatat, Published on 21/06/2024

» Progressive Movement leader Thanathorn Juangroongruangkit is counting on a third attempt with his party to secure a decisive victory and form a government in the next general election.

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GENERAL

Paris loses crown as Europe’s biggest stock market to London

Bloomberg News, Published on 17/06/2024

» LONDON - France’s political upheaval has led the country to lose its spot as Europe’s biggest equity market, less than two years after stealing that crown from the UK.

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OPINION

More women needed at the top

News, Published on 17/06/2024

» Mexico has just elected its first female president, following a rare contest between two women, and a record number of women were recently elected to South Korea's National Assembly. But while these results represent welcome gains for gender equality, they are outliers. The broader picture is disheartening.

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WORLD

South African foes unite in uneasy coalition

Published on 15/06/2024

» JOHANNESBURG - For the first time since Nelson Mandela negotiated an end to white minority rule, former sworn enemies are coming together in South Africa under a pledge to overcome ideological differences for the good of the nation.

OPINION

The sameness of the Modi 3.0 govt is a mirage

News, Andy Mukherjee, Published on 15/06/2024

» The new cabinet of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi is much the same as his old. The ministers for finance, defence, home, and foreign affairs have been retained, giving the impression of policy continuity.

OPINION

Is there new hope for India's democracy?

Oped, Published on 14/06/2024

» Voters have pulled Indian democracy back from the brink. While Prime Minister Narendra Modi won a third consecutive term, the failure of his ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) to secure a simple majority in the Lok Sabha, the lower house of parliament, will force Mr Modi to rely on several unpredictable allies to promote his legislative agenda.

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OPINION

Protect democracy and journalists

Oped, Published on 13/06/2024

» 'Foreign agent", "undesirable", "extremist". For thousands of independent journalists trying to live and work in Russia, these words can be life-changing.

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So what exactly is Macron's strategy, then?

Oped, Gwynne Dyer, Published on 13/06/2024

» Even before the final results were in from all of the 27 European Union countries that voted in the EU elections last weekend, President Emmanuel Macron had called national elections in France for the end of this month. What does he know that other European leaders don't?

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OPINION

A spark of hope for India-Pakistan ties

Oped, Published on 12/06/2024

» Despite the long-standing tensions between India and Pakistan, India's recent general election, which saw a narrow victory for the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), has seen some analysts become more optimistic about better bilateral relations between the nations.