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Siam Intelligence Unit (SIU), established in 2009, is a private “think tank” specializing on politics, economics, public policy and foreign affairs. SIU staffs are new generation analysts who want to improve the effectiveness of Thailand’s public policy by introducing latest global knowledge and combining with the practically, realistic action plan.

SIU aims to put big ideas/insights derived from the research into the real practices of its client’s organizations. Beyond that, SIU developed various initiatives for the open access to factual political economic information in Thailand.

SIU Blog

SIU on Reforming Democrat Party

Submitted by admin on 10 October, 2013 - 11:22

Kan Yuenyong, SIU Director, joined the discussion on “Reforming Democrat Party” on Kom Chad Luek TV program.

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Book: Redefine Thailand

Submitted by admin on 1 October, 2013 - 14:09

“Redefine Thailand” is the latest book from SIU. We will try to answer the question “What actually is Thailand?” from the cultural, historical and social viewpoint.

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Article: Thailand on Track for 2 Trillion Baht Infrastructure Project

Submitted by admin on 21 September, 2013 - 08:47

SIU publishes an article on Siam Voices / Asian Correspondent on Thailand’s 2 trillion Baht infrastructure project.

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Research Series: NBTC Digital TV Licensing Process

Submitted by admin on 10 September, 2013 - 10:04

4 research papers on NBTC Digital TV Licensing Process, including the auction, infrastructure and competitive landscape of Thai broadcasting industry.

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Solution Talk by Adam Kahane

Submitted by admin on 7 September, 2013 - 17:19

SIU and 21 partners co-organized a special event “Solution Talk by Adam Kahane”. The organizers invited Adam Kahane, an expert on peace process who has dialogue experiences from more than 20 countries across the world, including South Africa after apartheid, to tell his lessons to Thai society.

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