The global crisis is essentially a dollar crisis, which might have a spill-over effect into the next world war.
Among the biggest challenges for the National Council for Peace and Order (NCPO) is to reform the state enterprises and the energy sector. In the first instance, NCPO chief General Prayuth Chan-ocha has appointed a "Super Board" of all the...
The United States and European Union have responded to the coup by announcing they will downgrade their relations with Thailand.
A month after the coup, there are signs of drastic reform underway in Thailand.
The military coup has at least one positive: it provides a narrow window of opportunity for Thailand to reform in preparation for the next global crisis.
We have been able to muddle through after the military coup. As yet, the sky has not fallen on our heads. In fact, the majority of Thais appear to support the coup. This is crucial.
General Prayuth Chan-ocha, the head of the National Council for Peace and Order, has formed a 10-member advisory committee to help him run the country during this transition from the post-coup period.
After six months, 24 deaths and more than 700 injuries, it seems we are finally inching towards the climax of our political drama.
The Constitutional Court's removal of Yingluck Shinawatra as caretaker prime minister brought a number of international reactions. Most have been negative, reflecting foreign support of the status quo in Thai politics or a preference for...
An unelected government is now widely believed to be waiting in the wings to take the reigns of power. Yingluck Shinawatra is set to be removed from power either by the National Security Council transfer case or the rice pledging scandal.