Thomas Fuller was the longtime Southeast Asia correspondent for the New York Times. He’s now based in San Francisco, but his last posting from the region caught my attention. Fuller describes a scene in which he is interviewing the leader of...
One week ago, a bomb killed 20 people at a busy shrine in the center of Bangkok. Speculations about possible suspects are rife, spreading confusion in a nation already in the midst of political turmoil. The bombing, unprecedented in recent...
What happens in Bangkok doesn't stay in Bangkok.
Tumult is affecting the economy and the region.
Why the massive protests?
Guy Fawkes masks are now getting a considerable amount of usage in Thailand,
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.
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.
Deadly bombings in Southern Thailand on Saturday killed thirteen people and wounded over 300 in popular tourist and commercial centers. How to understand these attacks.