Thailand

Chinese-Thai Military Cooperation Expanding Y...

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Recent news of Bangkok signing a 6.5 billion Thai Baht deal with China to procure a naval landing ship (a landing platform dock or LPD) further illustrates growing ties between Beijing and Bangkok in the sphere of military matters. The Thai Royal Navy’s only other ship…

West’s “Fake News” Begins t...

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Western special interests have used the term “fake news” as a pretext for widening censorship, particularly across US-based social media networks like Facebook and Twitter as well as across Google’s various platforms. In a move of political judo, many nations are citing the threat of “fake news” to in turn deal with media…

Western Propaganda: Damned if You Do, Damned ...

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Nations running afoul of US and European hegemony often find themselves the target of concerted, long-term propaganda campaigns. Without creating a media front capable of confronting this propaganda, virtually nothing a targeted nation does can improve its image among the global public, because no matter what it does, it will be…

US-backed Opposition Prime Suspects in Thai B...

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Several small bombs detonated across Bangkok on Friday, August 2, amid a meeting between the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) the US, China, and Russia. There were several injuries reported, but no deaths. Despite a Western media deliberately feigning confusion…

US Puppet Wants Help Making Thailand Like Ame...

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The US is involved in regime change worldwide – from Venezuela in South America, to Ukraine in Eastern Europe, to Syria in the Middle East, to Afghanistan in Central Asia. But these headline-grabbing wars, coups, color revolutions, and interventions are far from the full extend of US interference. The US is also engaged in regime…

Why is The Financial Times Smearing Thailand?

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Southeast Asia has become a defacto battleground for the wider war waged between the United States and an emerging China. The nation of Thailand, possessing the second largest economy in ASEAN and a pivotal partner for China’s Belt and Road Initiative (BRI), has just emerged from turbulent elections in which…

New Thai Government and America’s Asia ...

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After much uncertainty and a turbulent election, Thailand now has a new government led by its newly elected prime minister, Prayuth Chan-o-cha. This bodes well for Thailand’s stability and development as well as its growing ties with its ASEAN neighbours as well as with China. For the US and its attempts to reassert “primacy”…

Thailand after Elections

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On 24 of March the first general election in 7 years was held in Thailand. It was meant to put an end to the 5-year rule by the military, who came to power in 2014 as a result of a coup d’etat. It is worth highlighting straight away that the election did not shed any light on the future…

Human Rights Hypocrisy: Defending Billionaire...

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In the wake of Thailand’s recent elections, US and European-backed opposition forces were caught flatfooted, reeling from losing the popular vote to the military-linked Palang Pracharath Party (PPRP). Additionally, “rising political star” as the Western media refers to him…

US Diplomacy Sours in Southeast Asia

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Under the cover of “security threats” and promoting “democracy,” Washington has increased the frequency and amplitude of threats and pressure aimed at China’s partners around the world and specifically in Southeast Asia. The Southeast Asian Kingdom of Thailand, still erroneously…

As Thai-Chinese Relations Grow, So do US Thre...

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The Southeast Asian Kingdom of Thailand, a nation with nearly 70 million people and the second largest economy in the region, has accelerated already growing ties with China over the past 5 years. These ties include military purchases to replace Thailand’s aging US hardware with…

West Finds New Anti-China Puppet in Wake of T...

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Western political meddling abroad faced another serious setback – this time in the Southeast Asian country of Thailand. With a population of 70 million people, the 2nd largest economy in Southeast Asia, and transforming into a key regional partner for Beijing and its One…


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