In 2014, a military coup overthrew the country’s democratically elected government and martial law was imposed.
Police arrested many protesters and later charged them with sedition. The Dawn News/ May 25, 2018 On the fourth anniversary of the military coup, May 22, hundreds of protesters gathered at Thammasat University in Bangkok and marched towards the Government House, demanding an end to martial law and restoration of […]
It calls for advancing elections and resolving lands rights issues in various provinces The Dawn News / May 21, 2018 Thailand has seen yet another reassertion of democratic forces as a protest movement has issued an ultimatum that unless the unelected military junta government fulfills its promises of holding democratic […]
By Vijay Prashad / Source: NewsClick / The Dawn News / January 16, 2018 Relief workers for International agencies sit with me in Dhaka (Bangladesh). They are talking about the difficulties faced by the Rohingya people who have fled Myanmar for Bangladesh over the past several months. Over 650,000 people […]