US-funded Thai Protests: iLaw


iLaw is a US government-funded front petitioning the Thai government to have the entire Thai constitution rewritten and rewritten in such a way as to make it easier for US-backed opposition parties to get into power.

I cover iLaw’s US government funding and why it seeks to change Thailand’s constitution and how it threatens Thai-Chinese relations and ultimately Thailand’s economic future.



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Bangkok Post – Three parties want to rewrite charter:

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Nation Thailand – iLaw launches petition for charter rewrite:

iLaw – About Us:

Bloomberg – Thailand Needs Hyperloop, Not China-Built High-Speed Rail, Junta Critic Says:

Bangkok Post – Chinese embassy condemns Thai politician’s meeting with Hong Kong activist:

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