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Thailand Heads Over the Cliff

by Joshua Kurlantzick
December 2, 2013

An injured anti-government protester is carried by comrades during clashes with police near the Government house in Bangkok on December 2, 2013. (Damir Sagolj/Courtesy Reuters) An injured anti-government protester is carried by comrades during clashes with police near the Government house in Bangkok on December 2, 2013. (Damir Sagolj/Courtesy Reuters)

Over the weekend, Thailand’s unrest, centered in Bangkok, only went from bad to worse, with at least four people killed over the weekend, the anti-government demonstrations showing no sign of ending, and the country lurching closer to riots or a military intervention. In a piece for BloombergBusinessweek, I analyze why Thailand seems stuck in a perpetual cycle of political unrest, with no apparent solutions. Read the whole piece here.

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