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    Ex-inmates find door to freedom closed

    News, Sanitsuda Ekachai, Published on 10/09/2018

    » Hom was full of hope that once her prison term was over, she could immediately use her intensive training in Thai traditional massage to give her and her children a better life and future. But that was not to be.


    Herbicide not so harmless

    Postbag, Published on 09/09/2018

    » In the first lawsuit judgement against the maker of the herbicide glyphosate, a jury awarded the plaintiff US$289 million(9.4 billion baht). Evidence presented during trial showed that the agrochemical company Monsanto fabricated studies showing glyphosate was harmless and colluded with the US Environmental Protection Agency to hide the true facts from the public.


    CCA a threat to the people

    News, Editorial, Published on 08/09/2018

    » This week's arrest and detention of 12 people who shared the Koh Tao rape claim story on social media shows anyone who is sensible and has a moral conscience exactly how the misuse of the Computer Crime Act (CCA) can harm ordinary citizens.


    Top US officials deny 'gutless' editorial

    AFP, Published on 06/09/2018

    » WASHINGTON: Donald Trump's top lieutenants scrambled Thursday to deny authorship of an explosive op-ed article that has plunged his presidency into crisis by proclaiming secret insider resistance to his reckless, "amoral" leadership.


    No rush to pass drug bill

    News, Editorial, Published on 01/09/2018

    » A string of opposing voices have been heard this past week over the Drug Bill which, if passed into law, will govern the manufacturing, selling, import, registration and advertisement of medicines by the private sector in Thailand.

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    All things must pass

    B Magazine, Published on 26/08/2018

    » Last week marked the end of an era here at the Bangkok Post, as we bade farewell to a part of the paper known as Brunch.


    How will post-poll Thailand look?

    News, Surasak Glahan, Published on 20/08/2018

    » Now the Election Commission and the National Council for Peace and Order have promised to hold the general election on Feb 24 next year, should we remain hopeful that the move will eventually lead Thailand to transition into a more democratic state? The answer largely depends on our expectations of the outcome, as well as the form of democracy that we want -- and we can look southeasterly to Cambodia, or westerly to Myanmar to get a rough idea of what Thailand's new beginning may be like.


    Beware the nanny state

    News, Editorial, Published on 17/08/2018

    » The cabinet made an unwelcome decision on Tuesday that shows its disrespect for freedom, rights and privacy of young people. It approved a draft ministerial regulation curbing the conduct of students as well as where they can go. Containing blanket and broad restrictions, this regulation is prone to be used a tool to control rather than protect students. Ultimately, it will do more harm than good.


    US newspapers hit back at Trump, defend free press

    AFP, Published on 17/08/2018

    » WASHINGTON: US newspapers big and small hit back Thursday at President Donald Trump's relentless attacks on the news media, with a coordinated campaign of editorials highlighting the importance of a free press.


    Chemical ban a must-do

    News, Editorial, Published on 13/08/2018

    » Two court cases last week in California are set to affect and perhaps change the future of Thai farming. The legal decisions are stark. Courts and a jury ruled that two of the most popular chemical products used in Thai agriculture pose huge risks to humans even in tiny quantities. One causes irreparable damage in babies' brains. The other is carcinogenic. It is exactly what Thai campaigners have been saying in an effort to eliminate the two products.

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