Articles by Chatwadee Rose Amornpat

Madness and loyalty in Thailand

Despite the saying, the dogs will always bite you, writes Chatwadee Rose Amornpat.

The last king of Thailand?

Chatwadee Rose Amornpat on why Thailand's monarchy needs to change.

Why I speak out against the Thai Monarchy

Poverty and injustice drive Chatwadee Rose Amornpat's passion for royal accountability.

A royalist holds aloft a picture of Thailand's king. Photo: Reuters.

Royal power in Thai politics

How the King can leave a lasting legacy for Thailand's people.

Thailand's prime minister and coup leader General Prayuth Chan-ocha. Photo: Reuters.

The perils of Prayuth

It's not just his odd behaviour Thais should be worried about, writes Chatwadee Rose Amornpat.

Thai student Patiwat Saraiyaem, 23, left, and activist Porntip Mankong, 26, are escorted by prison security guards after their verdict at the Criminal Court in Bangkok. Photo: AFP.

Remembering the victims of lese majeste

A system that protects the monarchy only punishes the people, writes Chatwadee Rose Amornpat.

Thai elitism and hierarchy

Chatwadee Rose Amornpat looks at title and honour in Thailand’s latent caste system.

The Republic of Siam?

Chatwadee Rose Amornpat calls for the Thai people to embrace a republican future

Thailand’s thieves in uniform

The ties between the military and monarchy are robbing the country of freedom and democracy.

Barack Obama talks to former Thailand PM Abhisit Vejjajiva during an APEC summit.

Dear Mr President

An open letter to Barack Obama calling for the US to sever military ties with Thailand and impose economic sanctions.

Royal resilience and Thai dictatorship

Chatwadee Rose Amornpat, a Thai charged with lese majeste, makes an impassioned plea for the future of her country.

Thai Coup: A normal way of life

Chatwadee Rose Amornpat makes a strident argument for the abolition of the lese majeste law