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188 days, and no closer to a real government
News, Analysis
31 Aug 06 13:41
One hundred eighty-eight days after Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra dissolved Parliament, its still unclear when the country will have a fully functional government.
Analysts question the motives behind car bomb conspiracy
News, Analysis
25 Aug 06 14:23
Analysts and security experts dismissed yesterdays alleged assassination attempt on the caretaker prime minister as a well-engineered stunt to remove a man seen as a threat to his premiership.
EC needs more than new commissioners
News, Analysis
4 Aug 06 13:45
As the Supreme Court and Senate search for politically neutral people to fill the vacant Election Commission, analysts say its responsibilities could use an overhaul as well.
Govt still fails to heed warnings
News, Analysis
3 Aug 06 12:25
With insurgents again launching large-scale coordinated attacks across the southern border provinces, observers yesterday repeated calls for the government to heed warnings to alter their strategies to quell the unrest.
Criminal Court verdict was predictable
News, Analysis
26 Jul 06 12:37
On a practical level, yesterdays Criminal Court decision to imprison the election commissioners appeared inevitable.
Rumors: the weapons of mass destabilization
News, Analysis
19 Jul 06 13:00
Cabinet ministers are resigning en masse. The military is preparing for a coup. Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra wants a bloodbath.
Tight-lipped Thaksin feels the heat
News, Analysis
8 Jul 06 02:07
More than a week after Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra disclosed that a person with barami, translated here as charisma, threatened to overthrow the government through unconstitutional means, reporters are still asking the premier to reveal the culprits identity.
Resistance, and a conspiracy theory
News, Analysis
6 Jul 06 14:23
Caretaker Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatras provocative comments last week about a mysterious charismatic person who wanted to overthrow the government through extra-constitutional means may have ignited a blaze of fury among his opponents, but legal experts say any formal case stemming from the remark will be tough to prove.
Skirmishes in the corridors of power
News, Analysis
1 Jul 06 01:51
Innuendo, rumors and ambiguous public statements have become standard in the high-stakes battle for power that has paralyzed the country for the past six months.
Skepticism surrounds Peace party
News, Analysis
30 Jun 06 13:07
Plans to create a new peace party to represent marginalized southern Muslims are being met with skepticism, with many doubting it can live up to its name and help restore order in the restive southernmost provinces.
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