Daily Archives: June 24, 2012

Today In History: On June 24, 1932, The Thai Military Developed An Unfortunate Coup Addiction

[Note: Updated May 20, 2014, because apparently the Thai military can’t get enough about coups.] It is not precisely clear just how many coup attempts and successful coups there have been in Thai history, just looking at the 20th century. … Continue reading

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Somaliland Update: Some Things Never Change, Some Things Do

Today I would like to talk about a way that life in Somaliland has not changed in decades, from the first-person account of a very long-lived Somalilander, as well as some ways that there has been a very recent and … Continue reading

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