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    The empires are making nice with former colonies

    News, Published on 16/01/2012

    » As Egyptians and Tunisians vote to replace ousted despots and the Syrian government teeters on the brink, two old imperial powers are competing to exert their political influence over Arab countries in upheaval.

  • OPINION

    Concern duly noted

    News, Published on 25/01/2012

    » Re: "Dangerous child stunt shocks a passerby" (Postbag, Jan 23). On behalf of Central Pattana Public Company Limited (CPN), I would like to thank the writer for his concern about the child's safety at the show which took place at our shopping mall.

  • OPINION

    Thanks for nothing

    News, Published on 09/02/2012

    » Having lived in Thailand since the early 1980s, I very rarely comment on any of the government's actions. However, organising a party to honour the work of the Flood Relief Operations Command is just too much for me to understand.

  • OPINION

    One small step for Yingluck

    News, Veera Prateepchaikul, Published on 13/02/2012

    » As far as the government is concerned, the 10-million baht cost of staging the "Love Thailand, Move Thailand Forward" gala dinner at Government House on Friday was worth the cost despite all the criticism of bad taste, waste of taxpayers' money, a PR stunt, etc from a host of critics.

  • OPINION

    No more blame games, please

    Veera Prateepchaikul, Published on 23/02/2012

    » Now that the government appears to have full powers to manage water resources, it must take full responsibility and not try to pass the blame to others if there is another flood this year, or any year.

  • OPINION

    Macaroons or not, devil still in the details

    News, Pichai Chuensuksawadi, Published on 06/03/2012

    » The last time we had a meal together was over five years ago. Thaksin Shinawatra was still prime minister. The political temperature at the time was high and he announced on April 4, 2006 that he was taking leave. Soon after his return in May, a dinner was arranged for the Post group's senior editors. It was a Chinese dinner at Central, Lat Phrao. It had been a while since we'd had the chance to chat and exchange views with the prime minister and his key ministers. Not long after that, he was ousted in the coup of September 2006.

  • OPINION

    Foreigners owning property? So what?

    News, Published on 14/03/2012

    » Re: ''Ombudsman says foreigners own third of all land'' (BP, March 13).

  • OPINION

    Airport smiles lacking

    News, Published on 16/03/2012

    » We have been living in Bangkok for six years and it's such a wonderful place. However, our experience at Suvarnabhumi airport on Monday makes us believe the immigration officers are under real stress.

  • OPINION

    The truth may not set us free

    News, Published on 22/03/2012

    » Former coup maker Sonthi Boonyaratkalin must have disappointed quite a few people with his refusal to give away the secrets about the real mastermind behind the Sept 19 coup which ousted the Thaksin regime in 2006 for the reason that "telling the truth today will not do any good" to the reconciliation efforts now under way to heal Thailand's colour-coded political divide.

  • OPINION

    Kwanchai, Sanan spring surprises

    News, Saritdet Marukatat, Published on 26/03/2012

    » Thumbs up for Kwanchai Praipana. Thumbs down for Sanan Kachornprasart. The one thing that makes Mr Kwanchai stand out from the rest of the red shirt brigade is that he puts the United Front for Democracy against Dictatorship in an awkward position from time to time. The latest incident was last Monday.

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