All posts tagged political risk
I • II • III • IV • V V. When it finally came, King Bhumibol’s tragic fall from grace was swift and savage. Thailand celebrated Rama IX’s Diamond Jubilee […]
A response to King Bhumibol Adulyadej: A Life’s Work Multiple contributors, overseen by editorial board chairman Anand Panyarachun Edited by Nicholas Grossman and Dominic Faulder Published by Editions Didier Millet, November […]
On Wednesday, I published an article for Foreign Policy on the leaked U.S. embassy cables and what lessons we can learn from them about what may happen after the elections. […]
Another battle over the truth is being fought in Thailand. Robert Amsterdam, the international lawyer working for fugitive former Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra, has submitted a lengthy petition to the International Criminal Court in the Hague alleging that Thailand’s government and military committed crimes against humanity.
Thailand’s political crisis is particularly resistant to easy interpretation. The very nature of the crisis is the subject of fierce controversy; the opposing sides cannot even agree on what they […]
Like many foreign correspondents, as a result of my reporting on Thailand’s political crisis I have frequently been accused of naïveté, breathtaking stupidity, and a total inability to grasp the complexities of the situation. […]
The investment landscape of Southeast Asia is being transformed. And one key factor above all is driving the tectonic shifts in market perceptions — politics.