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‘Dereliction of duty’: Thailand’s PM facing the corruption music

As violence rages in Thailand, Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra is facing charges of dereliction of duty. Crikey’s Asian correspondent reports from Bangkok on the political downfall and the Australian connection.

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Thailand’s political struggle is complex, intractable and infinite

Thailand’s protests show no sign of abating, and the government can no longer sit back and do nothing. The atmosphere on the streets is turning ugly, and it won’t be long before this conflict becomes much worse than just protests.

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Thailand votes and dances down the road to possible civil war

Yesterday’s election in Thailand did nothing to help heal the rift between government and anti-government forces. The Democrats held a music festival instead of getting out the vote.

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A city facing shutdown, the nation of Thailand in political stalemate

Thailand is holding its breath with a planned shutdown of Bangkok only days away. Everyone is wondering: how bad will it get? What will the outcome be? And when will this cycle of violence and retribution finally end?

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Thailand on the brink of military intervention — again

Why is there so much civil unrest in Thailand? And what makes this protest different? Crikey’s international affairs experts explains the background and forecasts more bloodshed.

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Thailand’s new PM and her favourite phrase

Yingluck Shinawatra, Thailand’s first female PM, is staying “on message” and embracing the same line delivered again and again: “everything will be done according to an established procedure…”

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All well in Thailand’s transition, so far

If Thaksin returns, it’s hard to see how he can help but overshadow his sister, even if she nominally remains prime minister. And at that point there are bound to be some serious rumblings of discontent in the establishment.

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New Thai PM begins a turbulent chapter

Crikey media wrap: The difficult political history in Thailand just got even more interesting, with national elections over the weekend ensuring that opposition leader Yingluck Shinawatra will be the country’s next prime minister.

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Thailand’s shirts fight it out at the ballot box

A new and possibly dangerous chapter in Thailand’s volatile political history begins on Sunday.

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