Suvarnabhumi International Airport has seen heightened security. The move follows Monday’s bomb attack on a Bangkok military hospital that left more than 20 people injured. The measures include patrols by police and K-9 dogs, stricter checking of luggage, and an explosive ordnance disposal team posted on standby.
ON A QUIET midweek afternoon, five days before the third anniversary of the coup, Somchai Pisankhate, a 60-year-old motorcycle taxi driver based in the usually crowded Victory Monument area, said in a tired voice: “Look around you. Don’t you think it’s ra
The National Council for Peace and Order (NCPO)’s continued use of Article 44 will only promote authoritarian rule in the political arena, which will degrade democracy in Thai society ahead of the general election, academics have said.