Journalists become increasing 'targets' for killings: watchdog - Bangkok Post

Journalists become increasing 'targets' for killings: watchdog  Bangkok Post

WASHINGTON - Journalists faced growing dangers of being targeted for killing for their work in 2018 even as the risks from war and conflict declined, a media ...

No coups occurred in 2018. Will next year be so stable? - The Zimbabwe Mail

No coups occurred in 2018. Will next year be so stable?  The Zimbabwe Mail

The past year may have felt politically tumultuous, between Saudi Arabia's brazen killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi in Turkey, the resurgence of ...

Two years since military coup, Thailand heading for turmoil - Southeast Asia Globe

Two years since military coup, Thailand heading for turmoil  Southeast Asia Globe

This Sunday marks two years since a military coup in Thailand, and the junta's promised stability seems a long way off. This weekend, Thailand's military junta ...

Thailand's Déjà-Coup - the Diplomat

Thailand's Déjà-Coup  the Diplomat

On May 22, General Prauyth Chan-ocha seized power in what is now Thailand's twelfth military coup under its current monarch. While the coup was just the ...

Special Report - Option B: The blueprint for Thailand's coup - Reuters UK

Special Report - Option B: The blueprint for Thailand's coup  Reuters UK

BANGKOK/CHIANG MAI Thailand (Reuters) - On Dec. 27 last year, Thailand's powerful army chief stood before a crowded news conference and stunned the ...

Promised elections remain distant 2 years after Thai military coup - USA TODAY

Promised elections remain distant 2 years after Thai military coup  USA TODAY

BANGKOK — As the second anniversary of a military coup in Thailand arrives Sunday, those hoping for a return to a democratically elected government are still ...

Thai Coup Worsens Worries Over Lost Decade - Wall Street Journal

Thai Coup Worsens Worries Over Lost Decade  Wall Street Journal

For decades Thailand was among the world's fastest-growing economies. Now, after a lost decade of political turmoil capped by Thursday's military coup, it is ...

Thailand’s hopes of democracy are receding - The Economist

Thailand’s hopes of democracy are receding  The Economist

WHEN Yingluck Shinawatra, a former prime minister of Thailand, fled the country a few days ago, she left more than an empty chair in the Supreme Court behind ...

Why Thailand’s latest coup is different this time - CNBC.com

Why Thailand’s latest coup is different this time  CNBC.com

Thailand's latest military coup comes in a drastically changed political milieu and its economy's Teflon status is already showing scratches.

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