Tag Archives: Thailand

Issue 3 for 2020 published

Issue number 3 of Volume 50 of the journal has gone to print and is available electronically at the publisher’s site. This issue is the third of the Journal’s 50th year anniversary. It has been available for about two weeks, … Continue reading

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Neo-Liberalism, the Unelected and Policymaking in Thailand

In a new JCA article “Neo-Liberalism, the Rise of the Unelected and Policymaking in Thailand: The Case of the Medical Tourism Industry” (DOI: 10.1080/00472336. 2020.1740294), Kaewkamol Pitakdumrongkit of the S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore and Guanie … Continue reading

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Thailand’s Constitutional Court (Updated)

Following the dissolution of yet another major political party in Thailand last Friday, JCA has made two relevant articles available for free download until the end of March: Thailand’s Deep State, Royal Power and the Constitutional Court (1997–2015) by Eugénie … Continue reading

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Another 10,000 downloads

A third JCA paper has achieved the 10,000 electronic downloads milestone. “Thailand’s Deep State, Royal Power and the Constitutional Court (1997–2015)” is by Eugénie Mérieau and was published in Volume 46, No. 3, 2016.

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The Cold War and Shaping Thailand’s Contemporary Politics

“Black Site: The Cold War and the Shaping of Thailand’s Politics” (DOI: 10.1080/00472336.2020.1717115) is the sixth article for a special issue for JCA’s 50th anniversary on the impacts of the Cold War in the region. It is authored by JCA … Continue reading

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Issue 1 for 2020 published

Issue number 1  of Volume 50 of the journal has gone to print and is available electronically at the publisher’s site. This issue is the first of the Journal’s 50th year anniversary. This is a regular issue, beginning with an … Continue reading

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Lineages of the Authoritarian State, Military Dictatorship and Lazy Capitalism in Thailand

“Lineages of the Authoritarian State in Thailand: Military Dictatorship, Lazy Capitalism and the Cold War Past as Post-Cold War Prologue” (DOI: 10.1080/00472336.2019.1688378) is a new article by JCA Editorial Board member Jim Glassman of the Department of Geography at the … Continue reading

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Populism: Europe and Asia Compared

“Moving Beyond European and Latin American Typologies: The Peculiarities of AKP’s Populism in Turkey” (DOI: 10.1080/00472336.2019.1665196) is a new article by Yaprak Gürsoy of the Department of Politics and International Relations, Aston University, Birmingham, UK. The abstract states: Despite the … Continue reading

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A Biography of Thailand’s Anand Panyarachun

In a new book review, Journal editor Kevin Hewison looks at Anand Panyarachun and the Making of Modern Thailand, a biography authored by Bangkok-based journalist Dominic Faulder. Anand was “twice unelected Prime Minister of Thailand” and is quoted as “lamenting … Continue reading

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Cold War and its Legacies

In something of a preview of articles that will appear in a JCA special issue in 2020, the Kyoto Review of Southeast Asia has published several articles on the topic “Beyond the Cold War in Southeast Asia.” One of those … Continue reading

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