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OPINION

Thailand recharges Myanmar policy

News, Kavi Chongkittavorn, Published on 18/06/2024

» At his first press briefing on Friday, Foreign Minister Maris Sangiampongsa spoke at length about Thai foreign policy under his stewardship. He covered the whole gamut of revitalised diplomatic paths the country is on and will be making in a 43-slide PowerPoint presentation.

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WORLD

Why Myanmar’s war matters, even if the world is not watching

New York Times, Published on 20/04/2024

» SEOUL — An escalating civil war threatens to break apart a country of roughly 55 million people that sits between China and India. That has international consequences, but the conflict has not commanded wide attention.

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OPINION

Asean should back a new Myanmar

Oped, Published on 24/01/2024

» On Jan 28-29, Asean's foreign ministers will meet in historic Luang Prabang, until 1975 the capital of Laos, their host country. It will be their first meeting since Laos took over Asean's rotating chairmanship from Indonesia at the beginning of the year.

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OPINION

Bad to good: What kind of year was 2023 for Asia?

Oped, Published on 28/12/2023

» As 2023 departs, and 2024 -- and soon, the lunar Year of the Dragon -- arrives, we once again highlight the winners and losers of the year gone by in Asia.

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OPINION

Myanmar still a   ticking time bomb

Editorial, Published on 19/11/2023

» In the three years following the Feb 1 coup in Myanmar, the situation in the country has gone from bad to hellish. In fact, the situation has deteriorated so much that Thailand has no option but to start taking proactive steps to prepare for an imminent humanitarian crisis.

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THAILAND

Türkiye Celebrates 100th Anniversary and Unveils Visionary 'Century of Türkiye'

Published on 29/10/2023

» The Republic of Türkiye was founded on October 29, 1923, under the visionary leadership of our esteemed founder and the first President, Mustafa Kemal Atatürk, hailed as the Father of the Turks. Following the triumphant conclusion of the War of Independence, Atatürk embarked on a transformative journey, modernising the nation through revolutionary reforms. Over the past century, Türkiye has undergone a profound metamorphosis, emerging as a modern, dynamic, and influential global player. This century has witnessed the establishment of a robust democracy, the evolution of a diverse and dynamic economy, and the promotion of education and culture.

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OPINION

Sustainable Asean engagement with Myanmar

Oped, Published on 16/09/2023

» Indonesia's chairmanship of Asean draws to a close with the conclusion of the 43rd Asean Summit last week. The year started with high hopes for resolving the Myanmar crisis, with Indonesia as chair given its public call for the "return of democracy" and its leadership back in 2021 that led to the adoption of the Five-Point Consensus (5PC).

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OPINION

Meta and algorithms of violence

News, Published on 28/08/2023

» Friday was not only the six-year anniversary of the Rohingya's darkest day. It also marked the coming into force of key provisions of the Digital Services Act (DSA) -- the EU's landmark new legislation governing the Big Tech industry. This law contains significant constraints on Big Tech, including minimum safety standards for algorithmic recommender systems. If properly enforced, it has the potential to prevent any recurrence of what happened to the Rohingya.

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OPINION

America's Myanmar policy is simply all wrong

Oped, Brahma Chellaney, Published on 15/07/2023

» A recent joint statement by US President Joe Biden and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi "expressed deep concern about the deteriorating situation in Myanmar" and called for a constructive dialogue to aid the country's transition toward an inclusive federal democratic system. Unfortunately, the US-led sanctions policy has undercut this goal and made a bad situation worse.

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OPINION

No respite for refugees

Oped, Postbag, Published on 11/03/2023

» Re: "Camp blaze renders 12,000 homeless", (BP, March 8).