Panel I: Foreign Policy
Thailand’s Foreign Relations with ASEAN, China, and the US - Apichai Shipper, Foreign Service Institute
Thailand 4.0: The Junta’s Post‐Coup Nation Branding Project - Petra Desatova, School of Politics and International Studies, University of Leeds
Moderator: Amy Freedman, Columbia University and Long Island University
Panel II: Electoral Politics
Thailand’s Roadmap to Democracy: Political Crisis and Political Transition - Pitch Pongsawat, Chulalongkorn University
Looking forward to Elections: Party Prospects and Potential Pitfalls - Allen Hicken, University of Michigan
Moderator: Penchan Phoborisut, California State University‐Fullerton
Panel III: Economy and Public Policy
Thailand 4.0: Is The Thai Government Solving Old Problems in A New Way?" - Arwiphawee Srithongrung, Associate Professor of Public Administratio,, Wichita State University
Various Understandings of ‘Thailand 4.0’: Unrevealed Conflicts - Naphon Phumma, Faculty of Economics, Thammasat University
Moderator: Frank Munger, New York Law School
Panel IV: Policy Contexts
Charting the Cartography of the NCPO’s Media and Technology Policy on its Path to Thailand 4.0 - Penchan Phoborisut, California State University‐Fullerton
Not a Deep State: Justice and Politics in Late‐Reign Thailand - Duncan McCargo, Columbia University
Moderator: Petra Desatova, University of Leeds
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Hosted by Weatherhead East Asian Institute and NYSEAN.