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  1. Thai king queen wedding

    Commentary: Post-coronation, hopes for stability in Thailand obscure the risk of inertia

    Elaborate coronation rituals might suggest stability, but developments in Thailand offer little indication either of a dynamic new royal role or ...
  2. Supporters of Pheu Thai Party react after unofficial results, during the general election in Bangkok

    Commentary: In Thailand, there is only one certainty – the army remains key

    Thailand’s election has shifted sand – but not who calls the shots, say Kroll’s Richard Dailly and Ned Jirapat Lee.
  3. People line up for their early vote for the upcoming Thai election at a polling station in Bangkok

    Thai parties head into final battle ahead of Sunday vote

    Thai political parties geared up on Friday for their largest rallies yet, two days ahead of the country's first election since a military coup ...
  4. A woman looks at the candidate list of the upcoming Thai election at a polling station in Bangkok

    In post-coup election, Thai rice, rubber farmers rethink old divide

    In the rice-growing heartland of Thailand's northeast, Kamol Suanpanya, 80, meets in the off season with fellow farmers at a community centre, ...
  5. A volunteer waits for a voter at a polling station in Bangkok

    Could Thailand's populists win again despite army obstacles?

    Nearly five years after Thailand's 2014 military coup, the populist movement that the army has overthrown twice in a decade is contesting an ...
  6. Sudarat Keyuraphan, Pheu Thai's Party current executive committee chairwoman and candidate for

    Thai opposition party undeterred after ally's failed princess bid

    Leaders of Thailand's biggest opposition party campaigning on Monday never mentioned ousted premier Thaksin Shinawatra, whose policies they ...