Red Shirt to ‘sue’ Thai privy councilors over cable

Originally published at Siam Voices on January 12, 2011 Last week, VoiceTV* reported this: Gen Prem Tinsulanonda, Anand Panyarachun and ACM Siddhi Savetsila were Thursday sued on lese majeste charges. Gen Prem, the chief privy counsel and former prime minister, Mr Anand, a former prime minister, and ACM Siddhi, a former foreign minister, were altogether charged … More Red Shirt to ‘sue’ Thai privy councilors over cable

The Guardian’s Latest Thailand-Related WikiLeaks Cables

Originally published at Siam Voices on December 15, 2010 After we have learned what China thought about post-coup Thailand and The Guardian hinting at some cables from the US embassy in Bangkok, the London-based newspaper have uploaded three full Thailand-related documents. Due to it’s content, we cannot link to it or quote parts of the cables in … More The Guardian’s Latest Thailand-Related WikiLeaks Cables

WikiLeaks: China About Post-Coup Thailand 2007

Originally published at Siam Voices on December 15, 2010 While most of the media focussing on the trials and controversies over it’s founder Julian Assange (he’s been granted bail by the way, in case you haven’t heard yet), the whistle-blowing site WikiLeaks has been steadily, albeit slowly, uploading US diplomat cables. So far, there have been almost 1500 … More WikiLeaks: China About Post-Coup Thailand 2007