Caleb Quinley

Caleb Quinley

Caleb Quinly is a freelance journalist covering Southeast Asia with emphasis on Thailand.

Thailand

'Will get through it': Aftermath of Thailand worst mass shooting

A week after the deadly mass shooting, Southeast Asian nation is trying to overcome a profound collective trauma.

'Will get through it': Aftermath of Thailand worst mass shooting

Asia Pacific

Thai court finds opposition party not guilty of sedition charge

Analysts say that Future Forward Party still faces prospective dissolution in other legal cases.

Thai court finds opposition party not guilty of sedition charge

Asia Pacific

Thousands turn out to 'Run Against Dictatorship' in Thailand

Runners call for gov't of Prayuth Chan-ocha to go, in peaceful event that was followed by rival walk backing Prayuth.

Thousands turn out to 'Run Against Dictatorship' in Thailand

Thailand

Thousands of Thanathorn backers rally against Thai establishment

Major show of support in Bangkok for Future Forward Party, facing the threat of dissolution.

Thousands of Thanathorn backers rally against Thai establishment

Asia Pacific

Opposition leader and elite's 'worst nightmare' faces Thai court

Panel of judges will decide on Wednesday whether opposition leader Thanathorn Juangroongruangkit broke election laws.

Opposition leader and elite's 'worst nightmare' faces Thai court

Thailand

Thai pro-democracy activist faces prison over Facebook post

Karn Pongpraphapan denies police allegations that he threatened monarchy and hints his days as an activist may be over.

Thai pro-democracy activist faces prison over Facebook post

Thailand

Thai activists risk murder, abduction in fight for land rights

Community rights activist Eakachai Itsaratha recalls his brush with death after being abducted in southern Thailand.

Thai activists risk murder, abduction in fight for land rights

Thailand

Fears of violence as Thai 'separatist' dies in army custody

Thailand's opposition Future Forward Party calls for autopsy on Abdulloh Esormusor's body after torture allegations.

Fears of violence as Thai 'separatist' dies in army custody

Asia

Transnational crime boom a destabilising influence in SE Asia: UN

New report on how criminal groups rake in billions of dollars via drug trade, human trafficking and other activities.

Transnational crime boom a destabilising influence in SE Asia: UN

Thailand

Revved-up: Bangkok's moto-taxi drivers' deadly fight for business

Competition from ride-hailing apps and unregistered drivers fuel anger among drivers amid fears of organised crime.

Revved-up: Bangkok's moto-taxi drivers' deadly fight for business

Human Rights

'Can't give up': Rise in attacks against Thai democracy activists

Pro-democracy activists are the target of increasing physical assaults and intimidation since the March elections.

'Can't give up': Rise in attacks against Thai democracy activists

Thailand

Red or black? Experiencing Thailand's military draft

Lottery for military draft takes place each April. While some step forward willingly, others want it abolished.

Red or black? Experiencing Thailand's military draft