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  • OPINION

    Monopolising spaces of freedom

    Life, Anchalee Kongrut, Published on 03/02/2012

    » My first day as a student at Thammasat University was quite endearing and full of eerie memory. Walking in the university for the first time, I saw more than just buildings. I was struck by the famous funny-shaped Dome Building and the size of the campus that is far too small for its own legendary fame. For me, almost every inch in the varsity has been shaped by memories of the October massacres in the 1970s.

  • OPINION

    The "C" word

    Guru, Sumati Sivasiamphai, Published on 03/02/2012

    » Upon hearing Twitter's decision to censor content deemed offensive in certain countries, the Thai government no doubt produced a collective moan of delight suitable for an illegal porn film. So much so that the Land of -------- became the first nation to publicly endorse the micro-blogging site's policy of blocking tweets that may violate local laws. Wow, the last time we were that quick to react to something was when we heard there was a sale going on.

  • OPINION

    Think you know what's happening in the world around you?

    Guru, Sumati Sivasiamphai, Published on 03/02/2012

    » Well, Guru doesn't and we need your help! See if you can answer these amazingly difficult questions and win yourself the joy of being right!

  • OPINION

    Using money as a cure-all

    News, Published on 03/02/2012

    » It would be a big mistake for the government and the military to believe they can bury the hatchet with the victims of state violence if the compensation money is large enough.

  • OPINION

    Get to the real point

    News, Published on 03/02/2012

    » Re: "Calls mount to overhaul Article 112" (BP, Feb 2). What are we asking for: a revision of Article 112 of the Criminal Code, or what? Most of us who follow the news will have come across the proposals on the revision of Article 112, especially from Nitirat. Many renowned people around the world support this group. Others, mostly Thai, show their opposition through actions and speech.

  • OPINION

    Baan Muang Editorial

    News, Published on 03/02/2012

    » No matter how hard it may try, the Nitirat group will not be able to muster public support for its call to amend Article 112 of the Criminal Code and rewrite Chapter 2 of the constitution, which deals with the monarchy.

  • OPINION

    Just whose land is Thailand?

    News, Thitinan Pongsudhirak, Published on 03/02/2012

    » The Nitirat campaign to amend Article 112 of the Criminal Code, commonly known as the lese majeste law, has generated a political tempest.

  • OPINION

    Liuzhou scare brings to mind local tragedy

    News, Kultida Samabuddhi, Published on 03/02/2012

    » Liuzhou and Mae Tao are over a thousand kilometres apart, but the two communities have come up against the same awful threat _ cadmium poisoning.

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