Thailand tensions must rouse traumatised Coalition

Kevin, Tony
December 2013
Eureka Street;12/21/2013, Vol. 23 Issue 24, p72
The article discusses the serious opposition-led threat to the democratic process and respect for election results in Thailand. It mentions the political implications of the threats towards the trading and political partners of the ASEAN countries. It also highlights the aim of Thailand's Democratic Party on creating law and order declaring martial law and suspending the democracy in the country.


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