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    Xi's 'Silicon Valley' faces hurdles

    News, Published on 17/09/2018

    » Build it and they will come. Maybe.


    Why Macron's 'third way' is now the EU's best option

    News, John Lloyd, Published on 17/09/2018

    » The largest question in democratic politics in Europe is: who's in charge?


    Reducing buses won't ease traffic woes

    News, Sirinya Wattanasukchai, Published on 17/09/2018

    » When I saw a news headline last week, saying the number of Bangkok public buses may be reduced to solve the city's traffic woes in the Ramkhamhaeng area, I thought it was just more click bait.


    Time to lift rights bans

    News, Editorial, Published on 17/09/2018

    » The best thing that can be said about last week's action by the National Council for Peace and Order (NCPO) is that the all-male group understands it has created a problem. It has returned to the public a tiny bit of the civil and human rights it removed 52 months ago. On Friday, Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha used his extraordinary powers under Section 44 to give some small but important freedoms to political parties. While the order restores the right to organise party affairs, it falls lamentably short of restoring basic and constitutional rights to all Thais.


    World must act in climate change fight

    News, Paritta Wangkiat, Published on 17/09/2018

    » The Global Climate Action Summit (GCAS) last week provided a positive outlook for the planet as leaders ranging from business executives, governors and mayors from around the world came together in pledging their commitments for a carbon neutral future.


    Fake goods a growing scourge

    Asia focus, Published on 17/09/2018

    » Listening to the news and enjoying a half-hour bubble bath are part of my morning routine. But a news item I heard recently got my day off to a bad start. I rushed through my post-bath preparations without touching any of the products I normally use.


    The high price of delusion

    Life, Arusa Pisuthipan, Published on 17/09/2018

    » For almost three weeks, we have been hearing a string of updates about 40-year-old Surasit Palasak, who was charged with the rape of a 17-year-old girl. This is not a straightforward rape case, by the way, because Surasit, a native of Si Sa Ket province, has claimed to be spirit medium of Fiery-Eye Hermit. A surprise twist here is that Surasit has suffered from polio since birth, at least according to his mother.

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