The US Is Waging Cyber Warfare In Thailand Under The Guise Of Activism

The US use of cyberterrorism in Thailand and beyond should come as no surprise. It augments already ongoing efforts by US-backed opposition in Thailand to destabilize and upend Thailand’s political order.

Homeland Security logo reflected in the eyeglasses of a cybersecurity analyst at the agency’s secretive cyber defense facility in Idaho. (AP/Mark J. Terrill)

The threat of cyberterrorism has competed for center stage in American politics with fears of “Russian hackers” disrupting everything from elections to electrical grids. And yet as US policymakers wield threats of cyberterrorism to promote a long and growing list of countermeasures and pretexts for expanding its conflict with Moscow, it is

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U.S. Gov’t, Media Prepping For Guilty Verdict In Former Thai PM’s Corruption Trial

The family of former Thai Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra, who is currently on trial for corruption, has ties to the U.S. that stretch back decades. The U.S. is preparing for the potential destabilization of Thailand following her trial, as it hopes to put her back in power to further its own regional interests.

Former Thailand's Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra arrives at the Supreme Court for the last day of her hearing in a corruption trial in Bangkok Thailand. (APSakchai Lalit)

A crisis is brewing in Thailand as the outcome of a contentious court case threatens to plunge the country into chaos. This case, the final verdict of which is expected to be delivered on Aug. 25, centers around a corruption scandal involving former Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra -- a member of the Shinawatra political dynasty, which has long

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Nestlé Admits Slavery In Thailand While Fighting Child Labour Lawsuit In Ivory Coast

The company has won plaudits for its admission of forced labour in the Thai seafood industry but much of the supply chain remains hidden.


It’s hard to think of an issue that you would less like your company to be associated with than modern slavery. Yet last November Nestlé, the world’s largest foodmaker and one of the most recognisable household brands, went public with the news it had found forced labour in its supply chains in Thailand and that its customers were buying products

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That’s Nuts!: Thailand’s Newest Power Plant Runs On Coconut Waste

Currently, almost two-thirds of Europe’s renewable energy comes from burning biomass, and the industry employs almost half a million workers.

Thailand will coconut husks to generate 9.5 MilliWatts of energy in a process they believe will believe they can increase efficiency while reducing air pollution.

BANGKOK, Thailand --- Thailand will soon be turning its coconut waste into electrical power thanks to a specialized power plant that burns biomass. Unlike other biomass plants, which can be designed to burn everything from wood chips to city waste, the plant being built in Thailand’s Samut Sakhon Province will be tailored specifically for

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Nestlé​ Admits Slavery And Coercion Used In Seafood Production

Global audit by the food giant finds abuse of workers who catch seafood from Thailand.

Seafood From Slaves

Impoverished migrant workers in Thailand are sold or lured by false promises and forced to catch and process fish that ends up in global food giant Nestlé SA's supply chains. The unusual disclosure comes from Geneva-based Nestlé​ SA itself, which in an act of self-policing planned to announce the conclusions of its yearlong internal

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Thailand Defies International Law, Deports Uighur Refugees To China

“do you want us to keep them for ages until they have children for three generations?”

Uighurs living in Turkey and Turkish supporters offer their Muslim prayers outside the Thai consulate in Istanbul, early Thursday, July 9, 2015. A group of protesters stormed the consulate overnight, smashing windows and breaking in to the offices, where they destroyed pictures and furniture and hurled files out into the yard, to denounce Thailand’s decision to deport 109 ethnic Uighur migrants back to China. Turkey has cultural ties to the minority Muslim Uighurs and pro-Uighur groups fear the 109 face persecution by the Chinese government. (AP Photo)

BANGKOK  — Thailand sent back to China more than 100 ethnic Uighur refugees on Thursday, drawing harsh criticism from the U.N. refugee agency and human rights groups over concerns that they face persecution by the Chinese government. Protesters in Turkey, which accepted an earlier batch of Uighur refugees from Thailand, ransacked the Thai

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