Troops in Thailand moved to seal off an encampment of anti-government protests, as the shooting of a renegade general allied with demonstrators accelerated the violence in Bangkok. Judy Woodruff talks to GlobalPost reporter Patrick Winn about the unrest.
Analysts discuss Thailand's political road ahead after the government revoked the passport of ousted Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra.
After days of mass demonstrations that have left two dead and more than 100 wounded, Thai police in Bangkok maintained an uneasy state of emergency.
Thailand's Prime Minister Somchai Wongsawat was removed from power, banned from politics for five years and his People Power Party disbanded on Tuesday as Thailand's three-year political crisis continued. An analyst explains the what's next for the troubled nation.
Thailand's Prime Minister Somchai Wongsawat was removed from power, banned from politics for five years and his People Power Party disbanded on Tuesday as Thailand's three-year political crisis continued.
By PBS NewsHour
U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon arrived Thursday in cyclone-damaged Myanmar, formerly known as Burma, to meet with Senior Gen. Than Shwe in hopes of convincing the stringent military junta to loosen restrictions on international aid.
By PBS NewsHour
The army commander in Thailand who led a bloodless coup against the government said Wednesday a new prime minister would be selected in two weeks and elections held in October 2007.
The military in Thailand ousted Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra Tuesday while he was in New York for U.N. meetings, declared martial law and revoked the constitution. Two analysts discuss growing tension between the prime minister and the monarchy and other…
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