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    If the model is broken, best fix it

    News, Gwynne Dyer, Published on 20/04/2018

    » If the model is broken, should you try to fix it, or should you scrap it and get a new one?


    How to protect data

    News, Editorial, Published on 20/04/2018

    » The ID card is the most common form of personal data Thais use for their financial transactions, legal agreements or obtaining commercial and public services. While the use of it has become more widespread and the storage of data has been increasingly easier, protection of personal data by law has remained weak and almost nil for many cases.


    Graft gobbling up our dream of democracy

    News, Thitinan Pongsudhirak, Published on 20/04/2018

    » Corruption lurks everywhere where power intersects interest. No country is immune to it. At issue is what happens when corruption happens. News headlines against corruption in major Asian countries this week suggest that Thailand is lagging behind in the anti-corruption struggle. Countries can stay behind in all manner of well-being indicators from growth and education to infrastructure and healthcare, but being left behind by the scourge of corruption is ultimately the worst of all.


    Europe needs to step up to plug leadership deficit

    News, Published on 20/04/2018

    » For all the concern over trade flows and balances nowadays, the largest deficit the world must confront is one of leadership. With the United States retreating from its global role, someone needs to step up. But who?


    What a pragmatist can hope for in talks with Kim

    News, Tyler Cowen, Published on 20/04/2018

    » It's been confirmed that CIA director Mike Pompeo held direct talks with Kim Jong-un in North Korea, and negotiations between Mr Kim and US President Donald Trump really do seem in the offing, so we need to ask how such negotiations might actually succeed.


    Humanity forgotten

    News, Postbag, Published on 20/04/2018

    » Kuldeep Nagi, with the sentiments in his letter, "Let them live", (PostBag, April 18), is yet another person trying to preach perfection in a rather very imperfect world.


    Syria strike leaves murky aftermath

    News, Peter Apps, Published on 20/04/2018

    » The US-led strikes on Syria may be over, at least for now, but the war that produced them -- as well as the wider international confrontations that fuelled it -- is only getting more complex.


    Tinglish test

    Guru, Pornchai Sereemongkonpol, Published on 20/04/2018

    » At the risk of sounding like a grammar Nazi, it irks (and amuses) me every time when I see Tinglish. Why? Because even in their less-than-perfect constructions, you get what they are trying to say, albeit not right away.

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