Tiwakorn Witithon campaigns around Khon Kaen city to invite local people to wear a shirt reading, “We have lost faith in the monarchy,” on the 1-year anniversary of the student declaration of ten demands to reform the monarchy.
Even though destiny has frequently pushed “Pai Dao Din” through a revolving door between prison and freedom, it has not caused his dream of seeing the monarchy reformed to diminish.
Hathairat PhaholtapNovember 2, 2020
The Isaan Record’s Hathairat Phaholtap conducts an exclusive interview with activist and lawyer, Anon Nampha.
Hathairat PhaholtapOctober 16, 2020
“I want the monarchy to adapt itself because society won’t return to how it once was,” says activist and lawyer Anon Nampa as he calls for monarchial reform and amendments to the constitution.
EditorOctober 6, 2020
Six decades of dam building, from the dawn of the Cold War to the tenure of the latest military junta are proof of the failure of water management in Isaan. It’s time to dismantle the dams and turn to sustainable approaches, writes environmental expert Chainarong Setthachua.
Chainarong SretthachauSeptember 21, 2019
Two members of the northeastern NGO community talk about four years of military rule.
The Isaan RecordMay 22, 2018
Despite their relief about the rejection of the constitution draft, people in the Northeast are dismayed by the undemocratic drafting process and the prospect of extended military rule.