Publications - Thailand Office
Ecological, Social and Economic Sustainability
Perspectives for Thailand and ASEAN
This anthology aims to create and deepen awareness about ecological, social and economic sustainability in Thailand and the ASEAN Region and foster discussion amongst academics, university students, students and teachers of international schools, decision makers and the wider public. Another objective is to give recommendations on how sustainability in economic, social and environmental sectors could be promoted. (The publication is available in English only).
The Rights and Liberty Protection in Accordance with the Constitution
The Constitutional Court Digest Vol. 12
The Constitutional Court Digest Vol. 12 for the year 2014 aims at producing as well as gathering academic articles and legal opinions relating to constitutional laws and other related constitutional matters from academics, legal experts and officials of the Constitutional Court.
Environmental Problems Concerned With Marine and Coastal Resources
Proceedings of Green Judges Year 2010 (Reprint)
The publication of the Office of the Administrative Courts of Thailand (OAC) financially supported by Konrad Adenauer Foundation; in Thai language only.The objectives of this publication are to enhance knowledge and experience of the administrative judges as well as law experts in court procedures concerning the environmental law cases especially the ones about marine and coastal resources. The articles are comprised from both Thai and foreign case studies in order to provide the readers the practical examples for their real case procedures management in the future.
Foreign Administrative Case Studies Compendium Vol.5
The publication of the Office of Administrative Courts of Thailand (OAC) in cooperation with Konrad Adenauer Foundation Thailand provides details of administrative cases in foreign countries. The publication is in Thai language only.
Sustainable Natural Resources Management on Forest, Land and Water
Proceedings of Green Judges Year 2012
The publication of the Office of the Administrative Courts of Thailand (OAC) financially supported by Konrad Adenauer Foundation; in Thai language only
Mr. Winzer's Interview with Deutsche Welle
Michael Winzer im Interview mit Deutsche Welle
The political dispute in Thailand is far from being resolved. Even though Thai citizens cast their votes in a national election on Sunday, Feb. 2, the question remains whether the formed government will gain enough stability to bridge the great divide which separates its population into pro-government and opposition forces. However, according to Mr. Winzer who is head of the Konrad Adenauer foundation in Bangkok, this outcome is rather unlikely. In his interview with Deutsche Welle, he predicts that the ongoing feud between government and opposition will remain contentious.
Stabile Regierung in Thailand schwer vorstellbar
Interview mit Michael Winzer, Leiter des KAS-Büros in Thailand
Thailand wählt zwar an diesem Sonntag (2. Februar 2014) ein neues Parlament. Die größte Opposition blockiert aber die Wahlen. Die Regierung ist seit Wochen mit Massendemonstrationen konfrontiert. Die Chancen auf Stabilität seien gering, sagt Michael Winzer, der Leiter des Thailand-Büros der KAS in einem Interview mit der Nachrichtenagentur dpa.
"Ein Militärputsch ist nicht ausgeschlossen"
Michael Winzer im Interview mit hr-iNFO
Es ist bislang weitgehend friedlich geblieben in Bangkok, die Blockaden sind Teil von Massenprotesten, die schon seit Wochen das Land bestimmen, denn das Ziel der Opposition ist nach wie vor der Rücktritt der Ministerpräsidentin Yingluck Shinawatra. Über die Lage vor Ort und mögliche weitere Entwicklungen sprach Michael Winzer, Leiter des Thailand-Büros der Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung, im Interview mit hr-iNFO.
I Love Kayom Trees
Urban Trees and Climate Change
This book identifies growing problems of relationships between people, buildings, roads, and trees in urban areas; and reveals the results of people paying inadequate attention to the environment. It also discusses the role of national politics which prefers material development to keeping of a well-balanced and liveable city.Professor Dr. Tanet Charoenmuang was a lecturer of the Faculty of Political Science, Chiang Mai University and is one of the founders of Urban Development Institute Foundation.The publication is in Thai language only.
Report and Flood Management Plan of Nakonsawan Province
After the great flood in the year 2011, KAS Thailand together with Nakonsawan Provincial Administration, governmental operation units, and private sectors has analysed and researched about the courses, organised many seminars and dialogues to exchange ideas among experts in order to reduce the damage from the flood which may happen in the future. This publication therefore aims to disseminate the geographical knowledge and hydrology of the province, flood-risky areas as well as the flood management strategy to both governmental and public sectors. This publication is in Thai only.
Politische Kurzberichte der KAS-Auslandsbüros
The Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung is a political foundation. Our offices abroad are in charge of over 200 projects in more than 120 countries. The country reports offer current analyses, exclusive evaluations, background information and forecasts - provided by our international staff.
The Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung, its educational institutions, centres and foreign offices, offer several thousand events on various subjects each year. We provide up to date and exclusive reports on selected conferences, events and symposia at www.kas.de. In addition to a summary of the contents, you can also find additional material such as pictures, speeches, videos or audio clips.