PPT has snipped this post from the Journal of Contemporary Asia. We have previously posted on a couple of these articles. Most are behind a paywall, with two articles being free:
Issue 3 of Volume 46 (2016) has gone to print and the issue is available electronically at the publisher’s site (with two articles available for free download). This is a Special Issue titled: Military, Monarchy and Repression: Assessing Thailand’s Authoritarian Turn. The details are:
“Introduction: Understanding Thailand’s Politics” by Veerayooth Kanchoochat & Kevin Hewison (free download).
The 2014 Thai Coup and Some Roots of Authoritarianism by Chris Baker.
Inequality, Wealth and Thailand’s Politics by Pasuk Phongpaichit.
The Resilience of Monarchised Military in Thailand by Paul Chambers & Napisa Waitoolkiat.
Thailand’s Deep State, Royal Power and the Constitutional Court (1997–2015) by Eugénie Mérieau (free download)
Rural Transformations and Democracy in Northeast Thailand by Somchai Phatharathananunth.
Redefining Democratic Discourse in Thailand’s Civil Society by Thorn Pitidol.