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NEWSPAPER SURVEY: Freedom of speech ‘essential’

4 January 2002Source: The Nation BANGKOK — Most newspaper readers in Bangkok believe that a free press is “essential”, but… Read More

Thaksin’s real emergency

4 August 2005 The Thai prime minister’s emergency powers are not just about stopping violence in the South By Roby… Read More

Year 2001 ‘year of interference’, TJA reports

3 January 2001 BANGKOK — The Thai Journalists Association (TJA) has dubbed Year 2001 “the year of media interference”, citing… Read More

Enemy of the State

3 January 2002Source: Alert Magazine: November Edition The press community must be aware. People’s Representative Council (DPR), along with other… Read More

TELECOM WATCHDOG: Doubts over NTC vote

2 October 2004Source: The Nation 83 senators cast identical ballots; top ShinSat exec appointed Some senators and telecommunications industry figures… Read More

Media should not be ‘dog of western media imperialists’: Zam

2 May 2002Source: By Claudia Theophilus / Malaysiakini Malaysia’s media practitioners should redefine press freedom according to the country’s racial… Read More

SEAPA joins local media groups to celebrate world press freedom day

2 May 2005Source: Southeast Asian Press Alliance (SEAPA) Southeast Asian Press Alliance, in collaboration with Thai Journalists Association and Thai… Read More

Message from Mr Koïchiro Matsuura, Director-General of UNESCO, on the occasion of World Press Freedom Day on 3 May 2005

2 February 2005 World Press Freedom Day is an opportunity to remind the world of the importance of protecting the… Read More