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About Nick Cumming-Bruce

Nick Cumming-Bruce is a British journalist currently based in Bangkok where he has worked as a correspondent for the Guardian and the International Herald Tribune.

Articles by Nick Cumming-Bruce

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Constitutional conventions: best practice

Thailand's postponed democracy

Six months after Thailand’s military rulers ousted Thaksin Shinawatra, democracy’s future and accountability for past human-rights abuse remain in doubt. Nick Cumming-Bruce, in Bangkok, reports.

Burma and the ICRC: a people at risk

The few international aid agencies still able to work in Burma are feeling the Rangoon junta's pressure, reports Nick Cumming-Bruce.

Thailand's high-stakes gamble

Thailand's new military rulers have a daunting double task in addressing Thaksin Shinawatra's political legacy, reports Nick Cumming-Bruce in Bangkok.

Thailand: a coup for democracy?

Bangkok's new military leaders must move fast to fill the political space created by their overthrow of Thaksin Shinawatra, reports Nick Cumming-Bruce.
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