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Introduction to Overcoming Fear of Monarchy in Thailand

Introduction to Overcoming Fear of Monarchy in Thailand Sick of submission to the mercy of monarchs the millions are rising to claim their rights. Finally, stronger and louder the chorus insists . . Life does not honour false social constructs, … Continue reading

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Behind the Thai Crisis

RIKHARDINKATU LIBRARY Rikhardinkatu 3, 00099 Helsinki Sunday, 10 April, 13.00 hrs OPEN PUBLIC EVENT REFRESHMENTS Welcome: Tove Selin, Chairwoman, Finnish Asiatic Society. Presentation: Junya ‘Lek’ Yimprasert, Action for People’s Democracy in Thailand. April 10 marks one year since PM Abhisit … Continue reading

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Overcoming Fear of Monarchy in Thailand

FOREWORD In May 1992 the popular uprising that ousted General Suchinda, leader of the 1991 military coup, came to the boil. 48 protesters were massacred by the military. According to established practice, the King summoned the belligerents, pardoned everybody and … Continue reading

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