Diplomacy: Why some expatriates in Thailand hate the Red Shirts “The theory Thai Intel likes”

By Ranger, Thai Intel’s political journalist Who really knows why and how many of the 100,000s number of expatriates in Thailand dislike the Red Shirts (picture above, Red Shirts protest blocks traffic in Bangkok business district at dusk). But when a popular expatriate at a popular forum board for expatriates said he wished the Thai military would…

Democracy: Protest 4) Ratchaprasong news on “What does English language media say about April 10, anniversary?”

By Tammy, Thai Intel’s humanity journalist It is not easy being an independent journalist during Thailand‘s last year crisis. Both Thai and foreign journalist were hurt and killed on Bloody April. But many also took a psychological beating. Apart from braving the danger of getting kill to get the news, the reporting itself became a…

ASEAN Defense: Thailand’s “Secret Police & Military within Military”

Blog Note: What a Harvard, multi-billionaire thinks of Thailand and Time Magazine “No” Thai Intel does not run with the elite circle of Thailand-like Harvard Graduates and billionaires. But the elite in Thailand can be interesting-one moment they are with the dictatorship, the next be talking to the likes of Thai Intel. But an observer…

Human Rights: The “Global Nature” of Thai Human Rights & Justice System

By Tammy, Thai Intel’s humanity journalist Every junta, in history, has argued that they were special and unique-and thus global norms and behavior do not apply. Thailand is no different. The latest news is that the International Court of Justice is coming to Thailand to make an evaluation of the Thai justice system and do…