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    Plugging in

    Oped, Postbag, Published on 16/04/2024

    » Re: "Where is the love?", (PostBag, April 13).


    Cadmium plan lacking

    Oped, Editorial, Published on 16/04/2024

    » In an effort to quash the public health scare that followed the discovery of illegal cadmium tailings that were illegally transported from Tak to several locations around the capital, Prime Minister Srettha Thavisin has ordered the toxic waste be returned to its source.


    Skimming Thailand

    Oped, Postbag, Published on 13/04/2024

    » Re: "Task force files cases against 400", (BP, April 5).


    Dying from debt

    Oped, Editorial, Published on 13/04/2024

    » The recent gruesome murder of a 10-year-old girl by her debt-ridden father in the northern province of Uttaradit raises doubts about the attempts of the Srettha Thavisin government to solve informal debt problems and related loopholes.


    Behind bars

    Oped, Postbag, Published on 12/04/2024

    » Re: "Overcrowded prisons need reforming", (Opinion, April 10).


    Sanctions need global governance

    Oped, Published on 12/04/2024

    » As Russia's war against Ukraine has entered its third year, Western governments are finding it increasingly difficult to muster the funding Ukraine needs to defend itself. The European Union struggled to reach a €50 billion (1.9 trillion baht) aid deal in February, and the United States remains deadlocked over its own US$60 billion (about 2.2 trillion baht) funding package. Now, calls to use Russia's own assets to fund the Ukrainian war effort are growing louder.


    Sinking reputation

    Oped, Editorial, Published on 12/04/2024

    » The outcome of the Royal Thai Navy's (RTN) internal investigation into the sinking of the HTMS Sukhothai may draw the final curtain on one of the country's worst maritime tragedies.


    Implications of an ageing population

    Oped, Daniel Moss, Published on 11/04/2024

    » Thailand is racing to both revive -- and renovate -- the economy, bringing with it profound social changes. Infamous for its role in Asia's financial meltdown a generation ago, the country is today running headlong into a hurdle confronting the region: a dwindling and greying population.


    Seek casino referendum

    Oped, Editorial, Published on 11/04/2024

    » If the Srettha government is to proceed with its plan to build entertainment complexes with casinos, it must first seek a referendum.


    Southeast Asian banks must stop funding coal

    Oped, Published on 11/04/2024

    » Indonesia is by far a major top producer of dangerous climate emissions -- more than any country in the Southeast Asian region, mainly due to its burning of coal. The country is also feeling the full force of worsening climate disasters, from floods and storms to deadly landslides. My hometown, Jakarta, is sinking -- and this is compounded by regular catastrophic flooding and air pollution that disrupts millions of lives. Indonesia faces huge risks as it currently sits as the second most disaster-prone country in the world, according to the World Risk Report 2023.

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