Behind Gates, Thai Widows Find Haven From Conflict

Thailand’s simmering armed conflict has claimed more than 1,700 lives and has created a population of widows. Some have moved to a peaceful, gated widows’ village built by the East Asian nation’s queen.

Boat Ride Reveals Undertow of Thai Sex Trade

Molly Ginty spent a day interviewing a local prostitute and her American client while boating off the coast of Thailand, a nation where as many as 2.8 million sex workers serve the tourist trade. She found the scales of their partnership off balance.