Thailand’s next phase of growth requires a new paradigm for the power sector; one that leads to a low-carbon economy while ensuring energy security, affordability, and sustainability.
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The European Union is considering imposing sanctions which may debilitate the fragile Myanmar economy.
It’s evident that under the military regime, there is no chance we will get laws that effectively protect public health and the environment.
Thailand’s participation at COP24 was notable mostly for its invisibility.
The north-south train project in mainland Southeast Asia has thus moved at a glacial pace. China’s not loseing interest but it may need to revise terms and be more consultative.
(Opinion) It is one of those complex stories that are so difficult to tell, and yet they should, they have to be shared.
Don’t fear Western “debt-trap diplomacy” accusations, as Chinese funding comes with no political strings attached.
Thai authorities and a local gold mining company have targeted and violated the rights of environmental defenders involved in opposing a gold mine in northeastern Thailand for more than a decade, a new report finds.
The upcoming Myanmar Sustainable Development Plan (MSDP), published last month, is a sensible framework for the country to map out its infrastructure needs.
The young students’ desire for knowledge and the expectations of people from all circles give me a strong feeling that we should speed up cooperation between China and Thailand under the Belt and Road.”
Opinion by Song Qingrun, an associate professor and PhD at the China Institutes of Contemporary International Relations, published by China Global Television Network
Thailand remains the region’s best hope for wildlife. Conservation efforts should focus on Thailand, and donors, scientists, and advocates need to get on board. Fast.