By Agence France-Presse • Mar 19, 2021
Roads out of Myanmar's biggest city were congested on Friday March 19, with people fleeing the junta's deadly crackdowns. Meanwhile, authorities in neighbouring Thailand have said they are preparing for an influx of refugees.
By Mark S. Cogan • Jan 01, 2021
While some commentators assess that US-Thai relations have improved under outgoing president Donald Trump, Professor Mark S. Cogan argues that his legacy with the kingdom is in fact one defined by four years of missed opportunities and political missteps
By Andrew Haffner • Feb 17, 2020
Thai opposition figure Thanathorn speaks exclusively to Southeast Asia Globe about the charges he and his Future Forward Party face, his plans should the party be dissolved, as well as upcoming protests in the kingdom
By Lily Hess • Jan 17, 2019
Blockchain technology, which supports cryptocurrencies, is being used in innovative ways to circumvent traditional information sharing and for political participation in parts of the world, notably Thailand. What could this mean for the rest of the region and the world?
Rap Against Dictatorship
A recently released song by a Thai rap group that criticises Thailand’s military-led government has gone viral and sparked controversy in the country
By Lily Hess • Oct 30, 2018
A passionate pro-democracy protest in Bangkok ended with the arrest of 14 activists railing against four years of military dictatorship
By George Styllis • May 22, 2018