Thailand's Yellow Shirts Still At It

Despite the fact that Thailand's poisonous political situation has calmed remarkably in the 18 months since the dominant Pheu Thai Party came to power and named Yingluck Shinawatra prime minister, occasional strains still bubble to the surface. There are still sideshows. Thus last weekend, 40 to 50 military officers gathered in front of the building of the royalist ASTV-Manager newspaper in Bangkok, protesting its harsh criticism of the army and the 'slandering' of the armed forces chief General Prayuth Chan-ocha.

Read →

Comments on this post are for paying subscribers