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    Censorship gone wrong

    News, Editorial, Published on 27/03/2018

    » The recent suspension of two of the evening shows on Voice TV could be a textbook example for journalism and political science students of the future. It was a trifecta of errors. The wrong censors made the wrong programming ban for the wrong reasons. The station, known to have strong red shirt and Pheu Thai sympathy, lost an evening talk show for two weeks. But the form and result of the two-week shutdown of the TonightThailand programme goes well past the inevitable court case over the order.


    Ten ways to sidestep fault lines in Asean

    News, Kavi Chongkittavorn, Published on 27/03/2018

    » Given the unsettled international environment, great powers' competition and regional dynamism, the current Asean chair, Singaporean Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong, urged the regional grouping to "maintain its centrality and relevance" in his recent speech at the Institute of Southeast Asian Studies.


    When two sets of rules spell double trouble

    News, Atiya Achakulwisut, Published on 27/03/2018

    » Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha may want to tread carefully in exercising his special power under Section 44 to serve his increasingly arbitrary and unpredictable decisions. These have proven even more erratic recently, especially after he invoked Section 44 to fire Election Commissioner Somchai Srisutthiyakorn last week.

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