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Without long-term improvements to failing system, many fear the country's political landscape will continue to heat up.
Party vows to create special zone in restive provinces, ahead of Sunday's general election.
Army man who overthrew former PM may end up in a coalition with the man he kicked out in the coup.
Thailand is bracing for new elections, but will they bring peace and stability or fresh political violence and protests?
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The former Thai PM speaks to Al Jazeera's Wayne Hay about his self-imposed exile and the future of his country.
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Rivalry and talk of unrest mounts ahead of the upcoming general election.
Army's intentions weigh over elections as family of former PM looks set to rule again.
Shinawatra versus Vejjajiva, the savvy of a media magnate politician versus the the state media machine.
Officials vowed to probe the violence during last year's protests but little progress made.
Red Shirt supporters say their radio stations are being shut down by police ahead of elections.
Opposition party picks relative of ex-premier Thaksin Shinawatra to challenge PM Abhist Vejjajiva in July elections.
The PM sets July 3 for the crucial polls after King Bhumibol Adulyadej approved the dissolution decree.
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