For the past two months anti-government demonstrations have rocked the Thai capital Bangkok. What started as a peaceful protest to block a controversial anti-amnesty bill has now become what many academics and political commentators consider an anti-democratic effort to oust the current government and reform the country. Here is a […]
For the past two months anti-government demonstrations have rocked the Thai capital Bangkok. What started as a peaceful protest to block a controversial anti-amnesty bill has now become what many academics and political commentators consider an anti-democratic effort to oust the current government and reform the country. Here is a […]
For the past two months anti-government demonstrations have rocked the Thai capital Bangkok. What started as a peaceful protest to block a controversial anti-amnesty bill has now become what many academics and political commentators consider an anti-democratic effort to oust the current government and reform the country. Here is a […]
For the past two months anti-government demonstrations have rocked the Thai capital Bangkok. What started as a peaceful protest to block a controversial anti-amnesty bill has now become what many academics and political commentators consider an anti-democratic effort to oust the current government and reform the country. Here is a […]
For the past two months anti-government demonstrations have rocked the Thai capital Bangkok. What started as a peaceful protest to block a controversial anti-amnesty bill has now become what many academics and political commentators consider an anti-democratic effort to oust the current government and reform the country. Here is a […]
For the past two months anti-government demonstrations have rocked the Thai capital Bangkok. What started as a peaceful protest to block a controversial anti-amnesty bill has now become what many academics and political commentators consider an anti-democratic effort to oust the current government and reform the country. Here is a […]
For the past two months anti-government demonstrations have rocked the Thai capital Bangkok. What started as a peaceful protest to block a controversial anti-amnesty bill has now become what many academics and political commentators consider an anti-democratic effort to oust the current government and reform the country. Here is a […]

For the past two months anti-government demonstrations have rocked the Thai capital Bangkok. What started as a peaceful protest to block a controversial anti-amnesty bill has now become what many academics and political commentators consider an anti-democratic effort to oust the current government and reform the country. Here is a selection of images I took in the past few weeks.

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