All posts tagged censorship

Foreign Policy

Thailand’s election: tragic choices

I’ve written an article for Foreign Policy, summarizing the key insights of the leaked U.S. cables on Thailand and looking ahead to Sunday’s election. You can read it here, and […]

Rama IV Road, Bangkok, May 15, 2010


In June 2011 I resigned from Reuters after a 17-year career to publish #thaistory. Here’s some of the critical reaction: “Perhaps the biggest bombshell of reportage on Thailand in decades… […]

Abhisit Vejjajiva and Suthep Thaugsuban during a no-confidence vote at the Parliament in Bangkok June 2, 2010

Thailand discovers the Streisand effect

One of the many paradoxes of 21st century Thailand is how remarkably open the authorities are about the immense lengths they go to to block the free flow of information. […]