Lynn Sasinpong

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Thailand is not living up to international obligations by ignoring enforced disappearances

In recent weeks, there have been troubling reports from pro-democracy protesters alleging that their peers have been kidnapped by security officers and held incommunicado. These...

Many challenges await Biden in Asia, and Thailand, after he is sworn in

With president-elect Biden due to be sworn in today, countries around the world will be wondering whether the United States will attempt to reclaim...

Opinion: In an age of disinformation, we must become more savvy and responsible

As Winston Churchill once said, history is written by the victors.This goes to show that what people believe is the truth is more important...

Thailand’s search for vaccines and the hurdles the country still faces

The end of 2020 may have been met with a damper following the latest COVID-19 outbreak at Samut Sakhon but there is also cautious...

2020: Thailand’s Year in Review

Disease, disruption, and dissent: 2020 has been a year marked by devastation. Any starry-eyed hopes the world had for the new decade were quickly...

Poem: Anthem of the Young

Here in the Land of SmilesThe brave have made their standThrough blood and sacrificeThey struggled for this land In the footsteps of the bestWe know...

The Cycle of Coups and Constitutions: a Reflection on Thailand’s Quest for a Charter

Each year on the 10th of December, Thailand commemorates its first constitution adopted after the 1932 Siamese Revolution. History books describe this as the...

Is the Thai government really abiding by ‘international standards?’

The unprecedented waves of protests over the past few months have rocked Thailand’s national consciousness. The protesters’ demands to “Resign, Rewrite, Reform” - for...

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