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IPI Re-Affirms Countries on the Watch List

10 May 2002 Source: International Press Institute (IPI) At its meeting, held in Ljubljana, Slovenia on 9 May 2002, the… Read More

Press Hits Back at Thaksin’s Claim They Had Hidden Agenda in Attacking Him

Confederation of Thai Journalists (CTJ), a local media advocacy group comprising nine local media organizations today rebutted Prime Minister Thaksin… Read More

Amlo Scandal: Thaksingate?

Even before the dust had a chance to settle after the Defense Energy Department’s suspension of Nation Multimedia Group’s news… Read More

Academics join the fray

Source: Bangkok Post Three hundred and eighty-four academics opened another battlefront against Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra yesterday to win back… Read More

Senate Accepts Media Petition Against Govt; PM Could Lose Job If Found Guilty of Abuse

BANGKOK — Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra could face senate inquiries into allegations he abused press freedom, for which he is… Read More

FEER Journalists Permitted to Stay After Apology

[Original title: FEER Journalists Permitted to Stay Immigration Panel Days They Felt Remorse Source: Bangkok Post] The two Far Eastern Economic… Read More

Nation Will No Longer Talk Politics Lack of Freedom in Coverage Cited

[Source: Bangkok Post] The Nation Channel is taking all its political coverage off the air following a ban on its… Read More

SEAPA, PCIJ Launch Book Describing The State of Access To Information in SEA

6 December 2001 BANGKOK, THAILAND — A book that describes the state of information access in eight countries in Southeast… Read More