If a tiny floating cottage brought down the wrath of the Thai navy, is there any hope for stateless life at sea?
The Thai government thinks floating around just outside its territorial waters could justify a death sentence for seasteaders.
Chad Elwartowski sees the spar beneath his seastead as a floating middle finger to those who "want to control other people's lives through force."
Two libertarians now have a private home off the coast of Thailand-proof of concept for a world of more competitive governance and greater ocean environmental health.
First person convicted for insulting the new king
Authorities say they've ruled out international terrorism.
Lessons from Thailand on wishing for stronger leaders.
"We can only warn people to not take it up," said a Culture Ministry spokesperson.
"We are trying to understand what kind of person makes this many babies."
Protests against any particular government are birthed by the power of government generally.
Government cracking down on protesters
Five killed in clashes with police yesterday
Protests petering out
Want to force the prime minister to resign
Says no one would listen to them though
Two people were recently killed in clashes between protesters and police
Happening, not happening
Scheduled for February 2
Abhisit Vejjajiva denies the charges
Called for stability in his annual birthday address
Month long opposition-led protests escalating