Why young people are protesting in Thailand I FT

The standard political divide in Thailand is between the pro-establishment yellow shirts and the populist red shirts. But this summer students are taking a different approach – they want the country to re-examine the role of the monarchy. The FT’s Bangkok bureau chief John Reed reports.

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