Veera Prateepchaikul Bangkok Post 19.01.2009
The Wall Street Journal Blogs 19.01.2009
A smaller-than-usual increase in China’s foreign-exchange reserves last quarter has created a bigger-than-usual controversy. The increase in foreign reserves, at $40.44 billion for the fourth quarter, was significantly smaller than the $132.33 billion in recorded trade and investment flows. So something strange is going on.
BBC News 17.01.2009
WILLIAM GLABERSON The New York Times 15.01.2009
When the senior official for the Pentagon’s military commissions said this week that interrogators tortured a detainee at Guantánamo Bay and that therefore he could not be prosecuted, she highlighted the hard question at the center of the incoming Obama administration’s effort to form a new detention policy.
DORE GOLD The Wall Street Journal 14.01.2009
Achara Deboonme The Nation 14.01.2009
When Israelis look back on what caused the current conflict in Gaza, they point to their government's decision in September 2005 to leave the narrow "Philadelphi Route" that runs along the border between the Gaza Strip and Egypt's Sinai Peninsula. More than Israel's disengagement from the Strip as a whole, the abandonment of this strategic area made full-scale war inevitable.
ZVI MAZEL The Jerusalem Post 12.01.2009
Kavi Chongkittavorn The Nation 12.01.2009
The Nation 12.01.2009
Christopher Dickey Newsweek 11.01.2009
Mark John Reuters UK 10.01.2009
Veena Thupkrajae The Nation 10.01.2009
Kong Rithdee Bangkok Post 10.01.2009
Bangkok Post 10.01.2009
With minimum guards despite the rumour of a plot to ruin his face with acidic potions, PM Abhisit Vejjajiva went to see a film with his daughter on Tuesday evening. The movie was Kwamsuk Khong Kati (The Happines of Kati), the heavily-hyped adaptation of the SEA-Write Award novella written by the PM's sister, Ngarmpan Vejjajiva. As much as the book is adored, the film feels like the Milky Way: long, white and cold.
CHULARAT SAENGPASSA The Nation 10.01.2009
AVUDH PANANANDA The Nation 10.01.2009
Tomorrow's by-elections to fill 29 House seats are likely to show that the Pheu Thai Party no longer has an invincible and exclusive influence over the Northeast in spite of its attempt to hang on to the coat-tails of ex-prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra.
Marc Frank Financial Times 09.01.2009
Kornchanok The Nation 08.01.2009
Tulsathit Taptim The Nation 07.01.2009
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