Terrorist attacks are probably among the most merciless, most cowardly acts that can be employed. It is the intentional involvement and killing of innocent civilians, who are given no chance … Continue reading #PrayForParis
We’re around a year away from the election of America’s new chief executive, and I thought that it would be interesting to express some thoughts about it.
With the recent rejection of the draft constitution by the now defunct National Reform Council, here are some thoughts about where the government and Thailand is headed. The National Reform … Continue reading Thoughts on the Draft Constitution’s Rejection
This is the third post in a multipart series analysing how the world is moving towards a multipolar era. Previously, the rise of China and the resurgence of Russia were … Continue reading Into the Era of Multipolarity: Thailand in the Balance
Just a few status updates. Three days, into a new academic year at school, and I have entered firmly uncharted territory. For one, I’m starting the IB Diploma programme, which supposedly is one of the most rigorous high school academic programmes you can find. I don’t know about that quite yet, but I do know that higher level math and physics is making me feel dumber than I ever thought I could feel. I suspect that it will get worse. It’s a big change and it’s going to take some time to get used to it.
There may also be changes coming to the format of this blog. In the past two years, I’ve written posts that are typically each very long and detailed, and they would be published with intervals of months and month between them. While I still want to keep writing long and detailed analysis, posts where I can take time to fully flesh out my thoughts, I also want to write more regular, shorter posts. Maybe these could be brief commentaries; I’m not quite sure yet. I certainly haven’t written anything about Thai politics for a long time, mostly because I don’t want to keep repeating my views on what is a relatively stagnant political situation, but I think that I’d have enough to write about in shorter posts.
I’ll be releasing the third post in my ‘Into the Era of Multipolarity’ series quite soon. Until then, that’s it from me for now!
This is the second post in a multipart series analysing how the world is moving towards a multipolar era. Last time, the rise of China was discussed , and so in … Continue reading Into the Era of Multipolarity: The Resurgence of Russia
I’m just back from a trip to Nakhon Sawan province. Nakhon Sawan really isn’t a major tourist city in Thailand, probably due to the lack of the irresistibly ‘Thai’ attractions … Continue reading Trip to Nakhon Sawan