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Thailand Has Ousted Its Prime Minister – Here’s Why You Should Care

What happens in Bangkok doesn’t stay in Bangkok.

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Bangkok protest against the Amnesty Bill. Photo by George Henton, Copyright @Demotix (8/7/2013)

Thailand’s Woes

Tumult is affecting the economy and the region.

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What You Need to Know About the Protests in Thailand

Why the massive protests?

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V for Thailand: Why Protestors in Bangkok are Donning Guy Fawkes Masks

Guy Fawkes masks are now getting a considerable amount of usage in Thailand,

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South East Asia Since Obama’s Visit: Still Much Unrest

Southeast Asia hit the world stage in a big way this November, as international media breathlessly followed President Obama’s historic visit to the region. The media is gone, but the problems remain.

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Damed Nations: A Hydroelectric Project in Laos May Fuel Strife in South East Asia

Construction of the Xayaburi dam may cause massive change to 60 million people who live near the ecologically rich Mekong – and it’s the poorest Southeast Asians who will be likely be hit the hardest.

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