Saturday Jul 5
Facing uncomfortable truths
A withering assessment from the 'London Review of Books' might be the wake-up call the Democrats need to ensure they live up to their name, and their duty to Thailand The latest edition of the London Review of Books - Europe's most-popular intellectual periodical - makes uncomfortable reading for Thailand's most capable politicians.
Can Thais be reformed and reconciled all at once?
Reform and reconciliation are often mentioned in the same sentence. That's most likely because a lot of people believe, or hope, that the two things can go hand in hand, or at least one can lead to the other.
Army chief slams Suthep and anti-coup duo
Coup leader Prayuth Chan-ocha broke his silence on alleged links to Suthep Thaugsuban on Friday and sternly ordered an end to all political talk.
Petition against Yingluck dismissed
The Supreme Administrative Court on Monday upheld the lower court's decision to reject a petition against former prime minister Yingluck Shinawatra and two of her cabinet members for passing a resolution to pay compensation to people affected by political violence between Sept 19, 2006 and May 2010.
Coup-makers order Thaksin to back off
Former prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra has been told to end what the military government sees as his active involvement in politics for the betterment of the country, a source close to the former premier said.