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‘Reconciliation’ is the magic word for military control

Re: “Army chief believes reconciliation effort will be successful”, National News Bureau of Thailand, May 20.

Hospital bombing was terrorist attack, not political dissent

Re: “Hospital blast exposes junta’s frailty”, The Nation editorial, May 24. 

Flurry of snowflakes hit Thai streets on Thursday

It would seem that yesterday, May 25, was “Snowflakes” day in the letters page.

Disagreement is the lifeblood of democracy 

I frequently disagree with JC Wilcox, while this week I have taken Eric Bahrt  (in a letter thus far unpublished) to task for his remarks about my beliefs.

Attempt to ban opinions betrays dictatorial mindset  

Re: “A suspicious proliferation of far-right views”, May 25.

Baffled by ‘Belt and Road’

I confess that I am baffled by the nomenclature used by the Chinese government to label their “Belt and Road” project.

Myanmar’s Bin Laden is no Buddhist

Re: “Portrait of Myanmar’s ‘Buddhist Bin Laden’ chills Cannes”, The Nation, May 24.

Kra Canal gets thumbs-up from Southerners

Re: “Trang people want isthmus canal studied”, The Nation, May 24.

Once Venice of the East, Bangkok is quickly becoming Atlantis

Re: “Heavy rain overnight causes flooding on Bangkok roads”, The Nation, yesterday. 

Can scientific ingenuity outrun climate change?

The long, narrow concrete finger protrudes from the snow on the Norwegian island of Spitsbergen, deep inside the Arctic Circle.

Can Asia take the next step to high income?

Today, more than 95 per cent of Asians live in middle-income economies, compared to less than 10 per cent in the early 1990s. This remarkable shift was driven by rapid economic growth, especially in China, India, and Indonesia.

There are Abedis everywhere

Was no one in his Manchester neighbourhood suspicious about the young man’s beliefs or lethal intentions?

No reconciliation, no peace and now no election

Re: “PM warns that election may be postponed if there is no peace in the country”, Thai PBS, yesterday.

Bomb attack shows junta has wasted its three years   

Re: “PM on bomb: We didn’t do it”, The Nation, yesterday.

Fox News is misnamed

Re: “Fox News cutting its throat”, May 21.

Attempt to justify Rohingya genocide recalls persecution of the Jews 

Re: “The roots of Rohingya crisis go back 800 years”, Have Your Say, yesterday.

A suspicious proliferation of far-right views 

Readers of The Nation’s letters page might be familiar with regular contributors, like myself, Eric Bahrt, Dr Frank, Vint Chavala and others. Some of the letters we send have, for example, completely demolished the half-baked far-right dissembling of JC Wilcox and shown it for what it is.

Time to ban extremists from the letters page? 

Re:” Letters page continues to air fascist nonsense”, Have Your Say, May 23. 

Those handcuffs would be a perfect fit for Yingluck and Thaksin

South Korea’s former president Park Geun-hye was escorted into court in handcuffs on Tuesday to hear corruption charges. If convicted she could be sent to prison for life.

All major political players share one dilemma: Public distrust 

Nobody can say when the next general election will take place, despite an official timeline that promises we should be able to cast our ballots once again before the end of next year.