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A Thai soldier guards outside Government House compound of prime minister's office, in Bangkok on May 20, 2014. (AP Photo)

Editor’s note: Andrew Tobin is a partner in Cozen O’Connor’s London office, a member of the Global Insurance Group and the Political Risk team.

On May 22, following months of unrest, Thailand’s military overtly seized power in a coup d’état. Thailand is used to such events – there have been 11 successful coup d’états since 1932, as well as seven attempted coups. What does this mean for insurers?

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