21 Dec 2015
This article was first published at New Mandala, a specialist website on Southeast Asia based at the Australian National University’s Coral Bell School of Asia Pacific Affairs.
24 Sep 2014
Since the coup d’état on 22 May, the junta has threatened and detained academics and students in many tertiary educational institutions. It even sent soldiers to storm on-going academic seminars and force them to stop. Despite the climate of fear, Thai academics are now protesting against the junta and the suppression of free speech by using a metal box. Yes, a metal box -- or ‘Peep’ in Thai.
19 Feb 2013
WARNING! This article has been written so as to conform to the restrictions on freedom of expression imposed by Thai law and its normal interpretation and practice. That should do it.
10 Mar 2011
[This is the text of the presentation made by Nick Nostitz at the launch of his Red vs. Yellow, Volume 2: Thailand’s Political Awakening in Bangkok yesterday.]