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    An election of hope

    News, Editorial, Published on 11/05/2018

    » Malaysian voters finally did it! So did the opposition coalition known as Pakatan Harapan (Alliance of Hope), which on Wednesday managed to overcome racial differences and break the six-decade dominance of the United Malay National Organisation (Umno) at the polls.


    Malaysia's poll ramifications for Thailand

    News, Thitinan Pongsudhirak, Published on 11/05/2018

    » It was a vicarious happenstance. When the annual flagship event of Asean's consortium of think-tanks known as the Asia-Pacific Roundtable was scheduled in Kuala Lumpur for May 7-9, not a weekend but the first half of a working week, no one thought it would run into Malaysia's 14th General Election (GE14). But it did, as Prime Minister Najib Razak chose a Wednesday instead of a typical weekend, to stage Malaysia's momentous polls. But the tricky timing failed to help his cause. He lost in a big way that bears far-reaching ramifications for the fate of democracy and authoritarianism in the region and beyond, not least here in Thailand.


    What the US didn't learn from the Asian crisis

    News, Daniel Moss, Published on 11/05/2018

    » Is the US better off trying to shape the world as party to an imperfect international accord, or as an outsider insisting on better terms?


    Malaysia's vote a model for SE Asia

    News, Umesh Pandey, Published on 11/05/2018

    » Southeast Asia has been a hotbed of issues that are not democratic in nature, but Wednesday's outpouring of Malaysia voters, showing their frustration by voting out a government accused of massive corruption, has shown a path for other nations to follow.


    Govt weighs legacy in forest policy

    News, Anchalee Kongrut, Published on 11/05/2018

    » The military government has been trying hard to make a legacy out of its forest management approach.


    Thailand Needs Facebook 4.0

    Guru, Pornchai Sereemongkonpol, Published on 11/05/2018

    » Tinder may be trembling right now, thanks to the soon-to-arrive dating service on Facebook. Sure the social media network can do whatever, but it should have introduced a new concept instead of repackaging someone's else idea to try and monopolise everything.

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