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    Safety last

    News, Alan Dawson, Published on 15/07/2018

    » The government can't prevent boys from being naughty any more than it can prevent squalls in an open sea. However, the government could have prevented two of the most deadly events to have captivated local and global attention recently.


    Peeing on our parade

    News, Alan Dawson, Published on 08/07/2018

    » Free wi-fi is now available for all guests in Hall 3 of Tham Luang, owned by Jao Mae Nang Non.


    Signs of concern

    News, Alan Dawson, Published on 01/07/2018

    » The general prime minister said last week that he really doesn't even want to talk about an election before September. Also, there won't be an election until he's able to announce the success of his programme of national reconciliation.


    The empty chairs of Buri Ram

    News, Alan Dawson, Published on 13/05/2018

    » The general prime minister packed his kit for yet another two-day trip to the provinces, an adoring welcome and ownership of every front page in his country.


    Decline and fall

    News, Alan Dawson, Published on 04/02/2018

    » It now becomes pretty predictable, until the moment of push comes to shove-them-out. The form of the actual end game remains unknown but the beginning has ended, and the end has begun.


    The big issue: Month of calamity

    Alan Dawson, Published on 10/07/2016

    » At dinner time on Friday, July 1, seven nice young, educated men of good families walked into the upscale Holey Artisan Bakery (official motto - The Only True Artisan Bakery Shop Between Mumbai and Singapore) in the tony Gulshan area of Dhaka, to kill a bunch of people.


    The big issue: Belgian waffles

    Alan Dawson, Published on 03/04/2016

    » At a time of universally sapped morale, the forces of evil and enemies of decency have gained a temporary upper hand, while the forces of decency and enemies of evil are wondering if they can grab a victory somewhere from the jaws of setbacks.


    Hanging on until the end

    Spectrum, Alan Dawson, Published on 26/04/2015

    » Tuesday, April 29, 3pm. We’re 19 hours from communist victory, the fall of Saigon, the actual end of the Vietnam war, and photographer Hugh Van Es is gazing, lazily at first, out the front window of the United Press International bureau.

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