How did Thailand’s newspaper public sphere go from an arena with critical reporting, where even the King engaged in public debate, to where it is now: heavily censored, with journalists fearful of reporting even on trivial matters?
Author Archives: David Hutt
David Hutt is a Cambodia-based political journalist who has been covering Asian affairs since 2014. He is Southeast Asia Columnist for The Diplomat and a regular contributor to international publications. Previously, he was a reporter for the Southeast Asia Globe and editor of Focus Asean. He holds a first-class undergraduate degree in History from the University of Sussex.