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The uprising kits kids out in anti-government kitsch, and targets the prime minister’s 10-year-old.
An historic election looms. But the Nobel laureate’s presidential ambitions are complicated by legal challenges and her tarnished reputation.
The newly opened capital of Myanmar is magnificent, even in its decay.
Thailand scraps a subsidy gambit that could topple the prime minister — and explains why Thai rice isn’t as tasty anymore.
Thailand’s dysfunctional politics are setting the stage for more violence in 2014.
When a 'people’s coup' crusade invaded polling stations, one Bangkok neighborhood made sure democracy went down swinging.
Voters will have to fight through demonstrators to get to the polls on Sunday. Here’s what drives Thailand's angry, anti-government mobs.
This could be a very violent year in Thailand. But it’s still safe to vacation there.
If Thai fashionistas have their way, 'Bangkok Shutdown' will go down as history's chicest coup — replete with photo shoots, an heiress spokeswoman and tiramisu ice cream.
Move over, Chris Christie: Operation Occupy Bangkok seeks traffic so unbearable that the government will cancel elections and surrender power to an unelected council.
As the government deploys AK-47s against protestors, an official asks, 'Do you want to wear clothes made by people who live in fear?'
In mountainous Kachin, the government stands accused of 'genocide' by heroin.
Men seek to escape poverty in the jade mines. Instead, it’s the drug dealers and middlemen who get rich.
As the Thai government alleges treason, the opposition struggles to advance its invasion campaign. (DRONE VIDEO)
Protest chiefs want to swap elected government for council of “good men.”
Fed up with the popularly elected Shinawatra clan, urban dwellers in Bangkok hold a slumber party in the seats of power.
Q&A with Joshua Oppenheimer, the filmmaker who prodded gangsters into re-enacting US-backed, anti-Communist killing sprees.
Amid pogroms, Harvard researchers say the 'Rohingya menace' is Myanmar’s version of Reagan’s 'welfare queen' folk tale.
Each year rivers swell, lakes expand and villages sink beneath soupy brown waters. This year’s flooding is particularly miserable.
But can this troubled nation avoid Bangladesh-style factory horrors?