The largest protest to date calls for a change of government, new elections and monarchy reform.
Scott Heidler is an Asia Correspondent based out of the Bangkok bureau. He covers everything from Korea Peninsula tension to Cambodia’s politics to Ne... pal’s Sherpa community. When he joined Al Jazeera English in 2010 he covered the United Nations in New York. Prior to that he lived in Afghanistan, Pakistan and Jerusalem for a collective eight years. He is the co-author of the award-winning book "Women of Courage; Intimate Stories from Afghanistan".
Student-led protests against the government in Thailand force some companies to pull their commercials from TV.
The minister says he and others in the government are willing to continue discussions with the protesters.
A mass shooting has prompted questions about the need for reform.
A dream shattered. A family still seeking answers about how their teenage son died while training for the Thai military.
Government braces for another wave of the pandemic as two major cities face a rise in cases.
The disappearing symbols of democracy in Thailand lead to concerns that the government is trying to wipe out history.
There is growing concern in Thailand of the erosion of Bangkok’s heritage by rapid urbanisation
Another Thai anti-government activist has gone missing in Cambodia, the latest in a string of disappearances of dissidents in Southeast Asia.
Tourism is referred to as the engine driving the kingdom’s economy, but with global travel halted during the pandemic, that engine is running on empty.