The Asian country heads to the polls on Sunday with the intention of leaving behind two decades of populism and uprisings
Paetongtarn Shinawatra, who started May as a mother, hopes to finish it as prime minister The youngest in Thai history. A viable, perhaps unavoidable, ambition for this 36-year-old woman, the latest reincarnation of a dynasty that has survived for two decades…
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