The country's slow democratization continues to be marred by mass humanitarian and electoral issues.
Police officers broke up an event meant to publicize the state of human rights in the country since its military coup in May.
A leaked official document shows that the junta is monitoring Oliver after he mocked the Thai government and crown prince on his HBO show.
Human rights groups have been investigating alleged violence and killings of Cambodian workers during Thai police-led raids.
The Thai Royal Army is putting on free concerts and festivals —and giving free desserts and haircuts — to promote happiness after the coup.
We may not live under a military junta, but we can still take capitalism's representations of revolution for our own purposes.
After telling people to forget the past, the Thai military is detaining anyone who refuses to agree that its coup isn't so bad after all.
In the center of Burma’s former capital city Yangon, you’ll find the Drugs Elimination Museum. As an insight into the strangeness and paranoia that has pervaded Burmese society for decades—and that still linger today despite the country’s abrupt turn...
Last Saturday night, some 20,000 people marched from the Polytechnic to the city's US embassy to both commemorate the students' battle against the CIA-backed junta of the 70s and to link it to today's struggles against austerity and state oppression.