Compared to other developing countries, Thailand has always had an amazing amount of major political news stories each week. The events of the last few years has only increased this.
Take four years ago in late February 2006:
PM close to quitting,
Thaksin filing multiple lawsuits against newspaper and political parties for defamation and "obstruction of democracy,"
Thai press talking about the evil omens of the Thaksin years, government TV reporters fired for interviewing the opposition,
and, of course, CNN pondering Thailand's "presidential crisis."
- Remembering Black May 1992
- Anniversary of the End of the Absolute Monarchy in Thailand
- Four Years Ago: Another Coup in Thailand
- 2012: Thaksin Reverses Earlier Calls for Reds to Forgive & Forget with Fiery Speech
- Whoever sleeps with you, they will die
- Old allies, new allies
- Can Chavalit be PM again?
- Baby Party
- Remembering the Red Shirt Protests of 2010
- Democrats shut out
- Absorbing is the Thai Way