Thailand's Yingluck saga

Ousted former Thai prime minister Yingluck Shinawatra greets supporters as she arrives at the Supreme Court in Bangkok on Aug. 1. © Reuters

Yingluck verdict a political game changer in Thailand

Future leaders on notice after former PM gets five-year sentence in absentia

  • Thai PM confirms Yingluck fled to Dubai

    Emirate does not have an extradition treaty with Bangkok

  • Thailand's fugitive former PM still hometown favorite

    Yingluck Shinawatra has rural support as negligence verdict looms

  • Yingluck's courtroom no-show sends Thai stocks to 2-year high

    Investors relieved no widespread protests erupted over potential sentencing

  • Thaksin Shinawatra breaks silence after 2 years

    Former Thai PM tweets against tyranny dressed up as justice

  • Thai junta drives a $2bn wedge into Shinawatra clan's base

    Military touts infrastructure for poor areas just as Yingluck leaves scene

  • Yingluck's exodus may have been assisted by junta: Thai media

    Her whereabouts a mystery, some say former PM has landed in Dubai

  • Thaksin's party loses icon again

    Former prime minister may join brother Thaksin as fugitive exile

  • Thailand's Yingluck claims illness, fails to appear in court

    Former PM faces arrest as reading of verdict in rice-subsidy trial postponed

  • Tensions mount as Yingluck judgment day closes in

    Ruling on former Thai Prime Minister likely to reignite tension

  • Yingluck looks to future in final court appearance

    Ousted Thai leader defies junta and reaches out to voters as trial nears end

  • Thai rice politics boiling ahead of Yingluck trial verdict

    Government seeks to cut production as export market returns to normal

  • Thitinan Pongsudhirak

    Thailand counts the cost of three lost decades

    The country must reverse course to resume political and economic progress

  • Thai junta clamps down on social media ahead of promised election

    Three years after its coup, nation's calm is deceptive

  • Thailand faces uphill battle on anti-corruption campaign

    Recent scandals show that Thai military junta has much to do to tackle graft

  • Ex-Thai premier fined $1bn over rice subsidy scheme