Stories By Panu Wongcha-um
122 Dec 2014 Mon
Four agreements will be signed during Thai Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha's visit, according to a Thai government spokesperson.
219 Dec 2014 Fri
Thailand and China have agreed to jointly develop two rail lines in Thailand which could eventually link the two countries.
308 Dec 2014 Mon
Thailand's military-backed government is eyeing an amnesty plan aimed at national reconciliation, opening a potential tinder box that could lead to mass protests.
405 Dec 2014 Fri
Thailand's king cancels an appearance to mark his 87th birthday as concerns grow over the health of the world's longest serving monarch.
530 Nov 2014 Sun
Malaysia's role as a facilitator to the peace talks between Thai government and insurgent groups in southern Thailand will be the main focus of the trip.
627 Nov 2014 Thu
Thailand's police chief Somyot Poompanmoung is confident about wiping out corruption involving high-ranking officials as a graft probe into a network of senior police officers continues.
725 Nov 2014 Tue
The 10 personnel were arrested in a crackdown on illegal activities among the police force.
821 Nov 2014 Fri
The illicit underground trading of stolen cultural artefacts has threatened the ancient heritage of Southeast Asia, said the United Nations.
920 Nov 2014 Thu
Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha's tough stance on critics of his government has redefined sedition in Thailand, and going to watch the Hunger Games movie or holding academic conferences could be considered acts of subversion.
1012 Nov 2014 Wed
An agreement between Thailand and China on the construction of a new rail line linking the two countries has put the spotlight on Laos, the country this proposed railway would pass through.