Posts Tagged ‘thailand

16
Mar
10

Are there limits to protest?

In Thailand hundreds if not thousands of red shirted anti-government protesters are donating their blood in order to collect it in bottles to throw at government buildings as a ritual sacrificial offering. They claim this is a demonstration of love for their country.  Is this a protest too far? Continue reading ‘Are there limits to protest?’

26
Nov
08

Talking Points 26th November

Hundreds of Thai protestors have taken over Bangkok’s international airport demanding the removal of the current government. The escalating protests have disrupted thousands of passengers from around the world and but have lead to a quick response from army chiefs. Are disruptive protests effective? And are violent protests are justified? Continue reading ‘Talking Points 26th November’

02
Sep
08

Talking Points 3rd September

Hello, it’s Kate here with you again – many thanks to Will in Canada for moderating. Here are a few topics up for consideration today… Continue reading ‘Talking Points 3rd September’

29
May
08

On-Air: Off with their heads ?.

The people of Nepal have abolished their monarchy, what about the rest of the world ?
Continue reading ‘On-Air: Off with their heads ?.’




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