In Thailand’s capital there’s been a weekend of significant defiance against military rule. So far there’s been a soft push back from soldiers, with only a handful of arrests. But it’s unclear just how long the ruling Junta will stand for the civil disobedience. Up to 200 people have now been detained by the military with the latest target prominent academics and journalists. The former prime minister, Yingluck Shinawatra, has reportedly been released, but it appears her freedom of movement is being restricted.