The February-Edition

Europe in Review

This issue will cover the latest on the war in Ukraine, Russia’s Crackdown on human rights and Turkey’s resistance to Sweden joining NATO.
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Nakhonsawan, Phitsanulok, and Chiang Mai

Thailand’s Smart Cities: Framework and Practice in three Provinces

This study – jointly worked on by the KAS and the Institute for Democratization Studies – focuses on three potential smart cities that fulfill Thailand’s development priorities.
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OPDC's online platform has an update.

OpenGov e-Participation

The KAS supported Project – promoting an open and innovative government in Thailand – now has improved search functions, rearranged menus and many other new features.
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New article in the Bangkok Tribune – supported by the KAS

Climate (in) action?

The COP26- and COP27-pledges have been praised for tackling climate change, but whether these are enough to help citizens affected globally by climate events is another matter.
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The first issue of 2023!

Europe in Review

This issue discusses Ukraine's continued fight against Russian forces, the detention of a European Parliament vice president and many more topics from Europe.
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BCG Economy Model; A “Green” Development Pathway?

Year-end Dialogue Forum 2022

Experts from academia, the parliament, the public and private and civil society discussed the Thai government's Bio-Circular-Green Economy Model (BCG Model)
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The February-Edition
Europe in Review
This issue will cover the latest on the war in Ukraine, Russia’s Crackdown on human rights and Turkey’s resistance to Sweden joining NATO.
read now
Sayan Chuenudomsavad
Article in the Bangkok Tribune, supported by the KAS
Mekong’s ‘Wilting Womb’
"The rainy season is drawing to a close in Thailand … Nowhere in sight are the “flood pulses” the locals almost take for granted.”
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Luke Duggleby
Bangkok Tribune's article supported by the KAS Thailand
LONG-LASTING STRUGGLES
“Despite years of growth and economic and infrastructural development, Thailand remains one of the most unequal societies in the world, measured by wealth distribution.”
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Sayan Chuenudomsavad
Bangkok Tribune's article supported by the KAS Thailand.
The Saga of Mekong Tributary Dams
"[Thailand's] Northeastern region has been dotted with dams following decades of state ambition to make optimum use of water in the region and from the Mekong River..."
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Awaken Your Ideas Thailand
Smart City
What will smart cities look like? This is the central question in this third video episode, produced by the IDS and supported by the KAS Thailand.
Awaken Your Ideas Thailand
Soft Power
Pad Thai, Muay Thai or its islands: Thailand has Soft Power. The fourth episode of this video-project, produced by the IDS and supported by the KAS, asks: how can it be used?
Awaken your Ideas Thailand
One Health
The second episode of this video-project series, produced by the IDS and supported by the KAS Thailand, explores the concept of 'One Health' and the significance of biodiversity.
Awaken your Ideas Thailand
Crisis Management
In the first episode the hosts of this video project, produced by the IDS and supported by the KAS Thailand, talk to people who have been through countless national crises.
Sayan Chuenudomsavad
New article in the Bangkok Tribune – supported by the KAS
Climate (in) action?
The COP26- and COP27-pledges have been praised for tackling climate change, but whether these are enough to help citizens affected globally by climate events is another matter.
read now
The first issue of 2023!
Europe in Review
This issue discusses Ukraine's continued fight against Russian forces, the detention of a European Parliament vice president and many more topics from Europe.
read now