When Thai women who live abroad with their foreign husbands face problems, to whom do they turn for help? The “Thai Daughter-in-Law and Farang Son-in-Law Clinic” was set up by the government to provide such services. But there’s one problem: hardly anyone has used it.
A 10-step plan for restarting the devolution of power in Thailand beginning with establishing a Minister for the North, for the Northeast, and for the South.
The Isaan Record24/05/2018
Political scientist Thanet Charoenmuang on the history of (de)centralization of the Thai state.
The Isaan Record01/05/2018
The Mekong Literature Association was established to open up space for writers and artists regardless of their political standing, ethnicity, or religion.
The Isaan Record02/11/2017
Khon Kaen’s urban poor often have no appropriate access to water despite their constitutional right to “quality water resources adequately for the consumption by people,” as stated in Article 72 of Thailand’s new constitution.