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Philip Shenon Discusses the Situation in Thailand.

Southeast Asia Correspondent for The New York Times, Philip Shenon (SHE-none). He's been following the protests between Thai troups and pro-democracy protestors in Bangkok, Thialand. The protestors: students, professionals, and workers have been demanding that the Prime Minister Suchinda Kraprayoon step down. Suchinda, a former military leader, led a coup last year against the democratic Government and took power in April as an unelected Prime Minister. Many people have died in the protests. SHENON will update us on the situation. (Interview by Marty Moss-Coane)

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Other segments from the episode on May 21, 1992

Fresh Air with Terry Gross, May 21, 1992: Interview with James McCloskey; Interview with Philip Shenon; Interview with Henry Kaiser; Review of the film "Alien 3."

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