The European Union suspended partnership agreements, while US Secretary of State John Kerry hardly minced his words, declaring “no justification” for the coup while announcing a review of US military assistance. Both Brussels and Washington made clear that their course of action depends firmly on the junta’s attitude towards Thai democracy and fundamental freedoms.
A year on and no further international action has been taken. And yet during the same period, Thailand’s self-appointed ruler Gener...
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