Myanmar Crisis

  • Thailand News

    Secret talks with rebels: Ex-PM Thaksin’s shadow diplomacy

    Former Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra’s clandestine discussions with Myanmar’s resistance groups have ignited a storm of controversy. As the international community watches with bated breath, the House Committee on National Security and Border Affairs gears up for a probing investigation into this explosive development. The House Committee on National Security and Border Affairs announced a thorough investigation into the reports…

  • Thailand News

    Thailand takes lead in Myanmar crisis: Calls for active role in finding peaceful solution

    Thailand’s plan to provide humanitarian aid to displaced persons within Myanmar has earned praise from the chairman of the House Committee on Foreign Affairs, Noppadon Pattama. Speaking exclusively to Thai PBS World, Noppadon emphasised the urgency for the current Srettha Thavisin government to step up its efforts in resolving the conflict in Myanmar. Dubbing it a good starting point, Noppadon…

  • Thailand News

    ASEAN discussions: Ministers struggle to find Myanmar crisis resolution, Thailand charts own course

    In the pursuit of calming the chaos ensuing in Myanmar, yesterday foreign ministers of the ASEAN nations carried on their discussions. These continued ASEAN discussions follow the conclusion of the bloc’s ministerial summit held previously. Myanmar has been subjected to detrimental turbulence since the military coup took control of the government that was previously led by Aung San Suu Kyi,…

  • Thailand News

    Myanmar crisis: Urgent peace talks to be held in Thailand amidst regional concerns

    Thailand’s Foreign Affairs Minister, Don Pramudwinai, has asserted the importance of ongoing regional peace talks with Myanmar, explaining that Thailand has suffered due to the crisis in the neighbouring country and urgent action must be taken to support peacekeeping efforts. In an exclusive interview with Bangkok Post, Don revealed that the meeting will proceed regardless of some Association of Southeast…

  • World News

    Deep concern over Myanmar violence dominates Asean Summit

    Southeast Asian nations expressed deep concern over the ongoing violence in Myanmar, condemning a recent attack on a convoy of diplomats delivering humanitarian aid in the country. The crisis in Myanmar, which is under junta rule, has been a dominant topic of discussion at this week’s Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) Summit in Indonesia, as the regional bloc has…

  • World News

    Secret Myanmar crisis talks held in New Delhi with neighbouring countries

    Representatives from Myanmar and its neighbouring countries, including Thailand, China, and India, have been secretly holding talks to de-escalate the bloody crisis unfolding in the military-led nation, according to anonymous sources. The discussions, known as the Track 1.5 dialogue, commenced in Thailand last month and continued in New Delhi yesterday, amid growing discontent within the Association of Southeast Asian Nations…