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Who’s Attacking Thailand’s Democracy Activists? The Authorities Aren’t Saying

BANGKOK — Sirawith Seritiwat, a democracy activist, was running to catch a bus when the men…

Thailand Junta Leader Named Prime Minister After Contentious Vote

BANGKOK — The leader of the junta that seized power in Thailand five years ago, Prayuth…

Thailand Election Results Signal Military’s Continued Grip on Power

BANGKOK — Thailand’s opposition Pheu Thai Party won the most seats in the country’s first election…

Pro-Military Party Trails in Thai Election but Is Likely to Govern Anyway

BANGKOK — A pro-military party in Thailand was on track on Monday to capture an unexpectedly…

In Thai Elections, Military Party Takes the Lead, Upending Polls

BANGKOK — A military-linked party took an unexpected lead in elections in Thailand on Sunday, cementing…

As Thailand Prepares to Vote, the Likely Winner Is Clear. But the Aftermath Isn’t.

BANGKOK — Pauline Ngarmpring is running for prime minister of Thailand, one of around 70 candidates…

The Saturday Profile: A Rap Challenger to the Thai Military Junta

BANGKOK — The rhymes came to Nutthapong Srimuong before dawn, when Bangkok is as still as…