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Thailand’s military came to power through a coup on 22 May 2014. This paper asks whether this coup departs from previous coups with respect to the nature of the regime it has now established. Many aspects of the present military government’s policies Read more…

Corruption, bad policy, and gaps in public transportation infrastructure have contributed to Malaysia’s record of highest per capita road deaths in the world. The 20 sen reduction in petrol subsidies that became effective on October 2 drew ire for eroding the purchasing power Read more…

What mattered was that a dialogue has been opened, and for many on that lawn that evening, an end to a reluctant protest was in sight. People were tired of being told what it was they wanted. It was time the Read more…