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    'Look East' policy finally bears fruit

    News, Published on 20/12/2012

    » Today India will welcome ministers from across Southeast Asia to New Delhi for a summit celebrating 20 years of Indian partnership with the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (Asean).


    Probe borders on the absurd

    News, Published on 20/12/2012

    » The handling of criminal litigation by the Department of Special Investigation (DSI) against former prime minister Abhisit Vejjajiva and his ex-deputy, Suthep Thaugsuban, for their role in the army's crackdown on red-shirt protesters in April-May 2010 seems to have reached a point bordering on absurdity and it could even be viewed as political persecution.


    Postbag: Thai politics are a joke

    News, Published on 20/12/2012

    » During my absence of three weeks touring Australia, New Zealand and the Pacific region I was asked, upon learning I am a long-time resident of Thailand, why Thai politics appear so ludicrous, especially the red-shirt/yellow-shirt divide.


    A fair referendum or bust

    News, Kamolwat Praprutitum, Published on 20/12/2012

    » Tearing up a constitution is no laughing matter. Without a thorough consultative process, there is a huge risk the charter rewrite efforts will heighten colour-coded conflicts needlessly.


    Growing professionalism

    News, Wassana Nanuam, Published on 20/12/2012

    » It seems there are fewer ammart military officers in the army these days. However, this does not necessarily mean these officers have switched loyalty to former prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra.


    Here's to good health

    Life, Sukhumaporn Laiyok, Published on 20/12/2012

    » Time flies. We are already in the midst of sweet December. Shops and places beautifully decked out with red and green ornaments signal festive holidays are quickly approaching. And shopping at a supermarket now becomes an adventure. A stunning array of attractively packaged goodies is ready to buy and eat. Everywhere I go, there is somebody talking about a family reunion feast, a company party or a cosy New Year's Eve party with friends.


    Pigs walk on two legs

    Voranai Vanijaka, Published on 20/12/2012

    » Watching pedestrians cross the street can pretty much sum up Thai politics. Every morning when I drive through Klong Toey to get to the office, there lays before me the scene.

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