13 May 2013
SIU has run a weekly news commentator program called “The Commentator” on Voice TV every Saturday at 12:00 (during 12am news program). The program is 10-minute news issue analysis by SIU staffs.
2 May 2013
After our first “Change Agents” book in 2011, now we have the second compilation “Change Agents 2″ published. The methodology is the same but with all new faces, interviews of 51 future young leaders who can change their industry.
21 March 2013
As the world’s economic locomotives continue to move to the Asia-Pacific region, the US has decided to “pivot” its foreign policy toward the Indo-Pacific Ocean. With the rising power of China and an emerging stress along flashpoints in East China and South China Seas, the whole world is waiting for the unveiling of the historic moment in the 21st century. What’s about other major powers in Asia such as Japan and India? What’s the development and position of ASEAN?
11 February 2013
SIU’s latest publication, Agenda Bangkok: 10 Bangkok Future Policies. This is the outcome of our 2012 year long projects “Agenda Bangkok”.
18 October 2012
Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung (FES) publish a series of reports on Asia Online Politics. Isriya Paireepairit, SIU Research Director, wrote the Thailand report and his work is now published as Free Space of Expression: New Media and Thailand’s Politics.
9 October 2012
SIU join a panel on “NBTC Ethics and Freedom of Speech” hosted by Heinrich Böll Foundation Thailand and Thai Broadcast Journalists Association.
14 September 2012
Redefine Thailand project publishes a second in series interview of Prof. Dr. Nidhi Eoseewong, a famous social science scholar in Thailand.
7 September 2012
Our Thailand’s Budget Graph of FY2013 article was translated into English by Saksith Saiyasombut, Asian Correspondent.
6 September 2012
SIU will held a our first annual seminar “Change Agents for Thailand” on 18 September 2012 at Dipak C. Jain Room, Sasa International House, Chulalongkorn University.
6 September 2012
Isriya Paireepairit, SIU Research Director, joined two public forums organized by The National Broadcasting and Telecommunications Commission.