2019-02: Thailand

  1. Greece, 10 Years Into Economic Crisis, Counts the Cost to Mental Health (New York Times)2019-02-03
  2. Hakeem al-Araibi begs 'don't send me to Bahrain' as he arrives at Thai court (The Guardian)2019-02-04
  3. 'Don't send me to Bahrain!': Hakeem al-Araibi fights extradition (Al-Jazeera)2019-02-04
  4. Candidates register for 1st Thai general election since coup (Washington Post)2019-02-04
  5. Will Thailand deport a refugee footballer to Bahrain? (Al-Jazeera)2019-02-04
  6. Townsville flooding: two missing as questions mount over dam release – live (The Guardian)2019-02-04
  7. Vietnamese blogger vanishes after fleeing to Thailand (The Guardian)2019-02-05
  8. Historic candidacy of princess upends tradition in Thailand (Washington Post)2019-02-08
  9. Thai princess to run for prime minister against ruling military junta (The Guardian)2019-02-08
  10. Princess Ubolratana to contest Thailand elections as PM candidate (Al-Jazeera)2019-02-08
  11. Princess Ubolratana: Thai royal to stand as PM candidate (BBC)2019-02-08
  12. Princess to PM? Thai royalty makes stunning intervention in politics (The Sydney Morning Herald)2019-02-08
  13. Thailand's princess Ubolratana: social media star and anti-drug campaigner (The Guardian)2019-02-08
  14. Thai king's sister shocks with nomination as PM (The Star)2019-02-08
  15. Princess Ubolratana: The MIT graduate who could be Thailand PM (Al-Jazeera)2019-02-08
  16. The sister of Thailand’s king makes a run for prime minister in break from royal protocols (Washington Post)2019-02-08
  17. Thailand's king opposes bid by sister to become PM (BBC)2019-02-08
  18. The Latest: Thai king vetos sister’s election candidacy (Washington Post)2019-02-08
  19. What happens when you criticize the royal family in Thailand (Washington Post)2019-02-08
  20. Thai King slams 'highly inappropriate' move to make princess PM (The Star)2019-02-08
  21. Thai princess running for PM says she wants country 'moving forward' (The Guardian)2019-02-09
  22. Thailand puzzles over political surprises from royals (Washington Post)2019-02-09
  23. #ILoveYou: Thai princess thanks fans after king nixes her plan to become PM (The Star)2019-02-09
  24. Thailand party accepts king's opposition to Princess Ubolratana PM bid (BBC)2019-02-09
  25. Thai king ends princess’s bid to be prime minister (The Guardian)2019-02-10
  26. Thailand puzzles over political surprises from royals (Washington Post)2019-02-10
  27. Thailand puzzles over political surprises from royals (The Sydney Morning Herald)2019-02-10
  28. Brexit: May to plea with MPs for time to change deal (BBC)2019-02-10
  29. Thailand election: Many hope vote ends military rule (Al-Jazeera)2019-02-10
  30. Party that nominated Thai princess for PM faces ban (The Star)2019-02-10
  31. Spanish nationalists call for Pedro Sanchez' resignation (Al-Jazeera)2019-02-10
  32. Thai election commission to rule on PM candidacy of princess (Al-Jazeera)2019-02-11
  33. Thai commission to rule on princess running for PM after king's rebuke (The Sydney Morning Herald)2019-02-11
  34. Thai prosecutors say they are no longer seeking to extradite refugee soccer player to Bahrain (Washington Post)2019-02-11
  35. Thailand to free Bahraini footballer Hakeem Al-Araibi (The Guardian)2019-02-11
  36. Hakeem al-Araibi: Thailand to free refugee footballer (BBC)2019-02-11
  37. Case against Bahraini refugee soccer player held in Thailand dropped (Washington Post)2019-02-11
  38. Thai court orders release of Bahrain refugee soccer player (Washington Post)2019-02-11
  39. Spokesman says Thai court has ordered release of a refugee Bahraini soccer player seeking return to Australia (Washington Post)2019-02-11
  40. Thai court orders release of Bahrain refugee soccer player (The New Zealand Herald)2019-02-11
  41. Thailand to free refugee Bahraini footballer Hakeem al Araibi (Al-Jazeera)2019-02-11
  42. Thai princess officially disqualified from running for prime minister (The Star)2019-02-11
  43. Thailand to Release Soccer Player Facing Extradition to Bahrain (New York Times)2019-02-11
  44. Thai princess’s revolutionary run for prime minister nixed after king’s opposition (Washington Post)2019-02-11
  45. Princess Ubolratana disqualified as Thai PM candidate (Al-Jazeera)2019-02-11
  46. Thai court orders release of Bahrain refugee soccer player Hakeem al-Araibi (The Star)2019-02-11
  47. Slavery in Thai fishing industry in spotlight at Berlinale 2019 (Al-Jazeera)2019-02-11
  48. Thailand disqualifies king's sister from election running (The Guardian)2019-02-11
  49. Thai King’s Sister Is Formally Barred From Running for Prime Minister (New York Times)2019-02-11
  50. Thai princess disqualified from list of candidates for PM (Daily Nation)2019-02-11
  51. Thai polls regulator heeds king, blocks princess’ candidacy (Washington Post)2019-02-11
  52. Morning mail: Hakeem al-Araibi freed, Labor caves on refugees, polar bear invasion (The Guardian)2019-02-11
  53. Medical evacuation bill still alive with Phelps open to amendments – politics live (The Guardian)2019-02-11
  54. 'A victory!': Joy as freed footballer set for Australia return (Al-Jazeera)2019-02-12
  55. Refugee footballer freed by Thailand returns to Australia (Washington Post)2019-02-12
  56. Why Princess Ubolratana's election nomination shook Thailand (Al-Jazeera)2019-02-12
  57. Hakeem al-Araibi returns home to Australia after Thai detention (BBC)2019-02-12
  58. Thai polls regulator heeds king, blocks princess’ candidacy (Washington Post)2019-02-12
  59. How Princess Ubolratana's one day in politics changed Thailand (Al-Jazeera)2019-02-12
  60. Thailand and US launch annual Cobra Gold military exercise (Washington Post)2019-02-12
  61. Craig Foster – the man behind Hakeem al-Araibi's remarkable release (The Guardian)2019-02-12
  62. Australia to reopen offshore detention camp after losing vote (Al-Jazeera)2019-02-13
  63. Thai party fighting for survival after gaffe with princess (Washington Post)2019-02-13
  64. Christmas Island: Australia 'to re-open' controversial detention centre (BBC)2019-02-13
  65. The Latest: Thai election body recommends party be dissolved (Washington Post)2019-02-13
  66. Thailand election: princess apologises as future of Thai Raksa party in doubt (The Guardian)2019-02-13
  67. Thai body seeks to dissolve party that nominated princess for PM (Al-Jazeera)2019-02-13
  68. Thai authorities move to dissolve party that tried to run a princess as its candidate (Washington Post)2019-02-13
  69. PM pushes off medevac loss by launching a sonic boom on border protection | Katharine Murphy (The Guardian)2019-02-13
  70. Thai Princess Ubolratana apologises after failed PM bid (The Star)2019-02-13
  71. Hakeem al-Araibi: power, politics, football and the will of the people (The Guardian)2019-02-13
  72. What does democracy look like in Thailand? (Al-Jazeera)2019-02-13
  73. Refugee footballer thanks Australian leader for freedom (Washington Post)2019-02-14
  74. Thai court accepts dissolution case over princess nomination (Washington Post)2019-02-14
  75. Former Michaelia Cash staffer says union regulator employee tipped him off about AWU raid (The Guardian)2019-02-14
  76. Thai party fields transgender candidate for prime minister (Washington Post)2019-02-15
  77. Thai party challenging army rule holds first Bangkok rally (Washington Post)2019-02-15
  78. The Saturday Profile: A Rap Challenger to the Thai Military Junta (New York Times)2019-02-15
  79. Scott Morrison says people smugglers will ‘have a crack’ if Labor is elected (The Guardian)2019-02-16
  80. Historians fight back as TV raids their research treasures for its shows (The Guardian)2019-02-16
  81. The week that shook Thai politics – and what comes next (The Guardian)2019-02-16
  82. Haiti officials to lose perks in PM's response to violent unrest (Al-Jazeera)2019-02-17
  83. The Guardian view on Thailand’s election: staving off the real reckoning | Editorial (The Guardian)2019-02-17
  84. Thai election looms as a major test for military influence (The Sydney Morning Herald)2019-02-19
  85. Thai police seek to prosecute new party leader over online speech (Al-Jazeera)2019-02-21