The new Thai prime minister’s intentions towards Burma remain vague, but older brother Thaksin’s historical record isn’t cause for optimism
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Thailand’s National Council for Peace and Order spokesperson Yongyuth Mayalarp said that Thailand has received a word of support from Burma over the political situation in the country.
Residents in the Burmese border town of Myawaddy fear that the imposition of martial law in neighbouring Thailand will disrupt the flow of border trade.
International Workers’ Day celebrations were held all over Rangoon and among migrant communities in Thailand on Thursday, with migrant workers calling for better labour rights and minimum wage.
The Burmese embassy in Bangkok has issued a warning to Burmese nationals and migrant workers in Thailand not to get involved with the anti-government protests taking place in the country.
President’s advisor tells Thai media that former junta strongman ‘doesn’t want to be involved’ in Thein Sein’s pseudo-civilian government
In its quest to rekindle strong relations with Burma and keep the meddling Thai army at bay, the Yingluck administration is unlikely to entertain a refugee-friendly policy
Provisional talks likely to pave the way for more substantial negotiations as government makes additional approaches to armed groups