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Education in Thailand: Changing times?

Originally published at AsianCorrespondent.com on 17th October 2014

Since coming to power in May this year, Thailand’s junta led by Prayuth Chan-ocha has been busy proposing reforms for a multitude of social agencies. 1,023 more words

What's Wrong with Mexico - Foreign Investment

In a previous post, I discussed how informality may or may not weigh on Mexico’s economic performance. Here, I will look at foreign investment, with a particular focus on foreign direct investment (FDI). 1,290 more words


On Current Events & Issues

There’s increasing talk about the economy these days.  Talk about growing financial disparity and the possibility of economic reforms.  I remember when I first started reading and researching the matter on my own, I felt completely overwhelmed.   182 more words


Educational Reform

Technology is a growing advancement to our daily lives. It seems like everyday there are new phones, tablets, and software coming out of the market. Many lives revolve around the use of technology as it is widespread in today’s society. 333 more words


Revolution... what to?

Russell Brand made another appearance on Newsnight (UK current affairs programme) last night – watch here – and whilst his interview a year ago provoked much positive discussion I am not convinced he will achieve the same reaction this time round.   917 more words


Road to Constitution 2014

In October 2014, Thailand prepares to draft yet another constitution. So, the women movement called WE-Move has organized a workshop to ensure that woman issue is in the constitution. 98 more words


We now have a new YouTube channel !

It’s been another learning curve. We hope you enjoy the first in our series of videos. It is titled ‘Reading Crisis’

Reading Failure