Above: November 10 - Thaksin with Hun Sen and his family as well as former Thai Prime Minister Somchai Wongsawat and his wife Yaowapa (Thaksin's sister)
Opponents of Thaksin Shinawatra threaten protests as ousted leader visits Cambodia - TimesOnline, November 10, 2009
...On Saturday he told The Times: "If I were to start the march I would start from the northeastern part of Thailand, on the soil of Thailand, but I will have to enter Thailand from the border. I can enter Thailand from Laos, Cambodia, Myanmar."
"Tonight I will meet and have dinner with Hen Sen and his family," he wrote today in a message to his supporters on his Twitter online feed. "I miss home so much..."
Ex-Thai PM arrives in Cambodia - BBC, November 10, 2009
Thaksin could spark war - Straits Times, November 10, 2009
Point of no return - The Nation, November 11, 2009
Koh Chang protest hots up - Bangkok Post, November 11, 2009
Thai politics, Thaksin and role of monarchy - TimesOnline, November 11, 2009
From Kitti Wasinondh, Ambassador of Thailand: ...Dr Shinawatra is neither Thailand's current opposition leader nor a leader in exile, but a person who is choosing to stay abroad to avoid a two-year jail term resulting from a finalised corruption case...
From Thaksin: ...Since being ousted in a coup three years ago I have remained committed to peaceful reconciliation rather than confrontation. My democratic legitimacy means I do not need to resort to low level political meddling...
Thaksin in Cambodia - Koh Kong Puzzle - The Nation, November 13, 2009
...Would Koh Kong become a virtual government in exile or will it become "Thaksin's Singapore"? Thai intelligence is paying serious attention to all such rumours...
Thai-Cambodia dispute raises nationalist sentiment in Bangkok - VOA, November 16, 2009