The Death of a King and the Future of Monarchy

(While mine, this article originally appeared on The Atlantic Sentinel.) Thailand’s King Bhumibol Adulyadej had a long run: from 1946 until today, his living memory involved Japanese occupation, Cold Warriors burning Vietnam, the self-immolation of Cambodia, the shunning and decades-later rehabilitation of Myanmar and the rise of China. His death leaves many questions for Thai politics, not … Continue reading The Death of a King and the Future of Monarchy

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