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Thailand will go through the motions of free elections in March, but the likely result will be entrenched authoritarian rule and further instability. Joshua Kurlantzick writes for the Council on...
NYSEAN's co-founder Duncan McCargo was quoted in the South China Morning Post article titled, "Thai Election: can Shinawatras keep it in the family, again?"
In their bid for power, McCargo...
Patrick Jory of the New Books Network talks to Arnika Fuhrmann about her book, Ghostly Desires: Queer Sexuality and Vernacular Buddhism in Contemporary Thai Cinema.
Professor Duncan McCargo quoted in The Straits Times: Thai election fight turns to YouTube, Facebook after campaign ban
Professor Duncan McCargo, co-founder of NYSEAN, was quoted in an article about elections in Thailand.
Professor Duncan McCargo, a NYSEAN co-founder, wrote about Thailand's Changing Party Landscape for the ISEAS- Yusof Ishak Institute.
Chris Baker joins New Books in Southeast Asian Studies to discuss his and Pasuk Phongpaichit new book.
Co-founder of NYSEAN, Professor Duncan McCargo, wrote about how the closure of Bangkok's Dusit Zoo highlights the state of Thai democracy.
From the sidelines of the Asian Studies Association of Australia’s biennial conference, where she presented the inaugural keynote address of the Association of Mainland Southeast Asia Scholars, ...
An Unofficial English Translation of a recommendations to the Thai government published by The National Reconciliation Commission of Thailand on "Overcoming Violence Through the Power of Reconciliation."
An Unofficial English Translation of a report published by The National Reconciliation Commission of Thailand on "Overcoming Violence Through the Power of Reconciliation."