On the Constitutional Court

27 02 2020

While the Constitutional Court is back in the headlines for its dissolution of the Future Forward Party, we felt that some readers might find a listing of academic articles on the court of some use. Here are a few, ranging from early optimism to recent observations of bias and double standards:

– “The Battle for Rule of Law in Thailand: The Constitutional Court of Thailand” by Klein, 2003

– “The Constitutional Courts of Thailand and Indonesia: Two Case Studies from South East Asia” by Harding and Leyland, J. Comp. L., 2008

– “Judicialization of politics or politicization of the judiciary? Considerations from recent events in Thailand” by Dressel, The Pacific Review, 2010

– “Review Essay: The Constitutional System of Thailand: A Contextual Analysis” by Nolan, Australian Journal of Asian Law, 2012. Available for free download.

– “Thailand: Judicialization of politics or politicization of the judiciary?” book chapter by Dressel, 2012

– “Competing Notions of Judicialization in Thailand” by McCargo, Contemporary Southeast Asia, 2014

– “Thailand’s Deep State, Royal Power and the Constitutional Court (1997–2015)” by Mérieau, free download at Journal of Contemporary Asia, 2016

– “Coloured Judgements? The Work of the Thai Constitutional Court, 1998–2016” by Dressel & Khemthong, free download at Journal of Contemporary Asia, 2019


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