General Political Background

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Interface: a journal for and about social movements Action Note
Volume 1 (2): 233 – 237 (November 2009) Ungpakorn, Thai NGOs
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Why have most Thai NGOs chosen to side with the
conservative royalists, against democracy and the
poor?
Giles Ji UngpakornInterface: a journal for and about social movements Action NoteVolume 1 (2): 233 – 237 (November 2009) Ungpakorn, Thai NGOs233Why have most Thai NGOs chosen to side with theconservative royalists, against democracy and thepoor?Giles Ji Ungpakorn

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23 02 2009
New: McCargo, Thai Politics as Reality TV « Political Prisoners in Thailand

[…] in Thailand and reflects on issues related to royalism and politics. Find the link at PPT’s General Political Background […]

21 03 2009
New: New historical documents at PPT « Political Prisoners in Thailand

[…] PPT has been posting historical documents related to lesé majesté, the monarchy, human rights and general items on Thailand’s history and politics. The latest additions are posted with permission […]

3 12 2009
Social movements and politics « Political Prisoners in Thailand

[…] that some readers might be interested, PPT has now posted these for download to our General political background page (scroll down to the bottom of the page). Possibly related posts: (automatically generated)New: […]

5 12 2010
Commentary on the king’s birthday | Political Prisoners in Thailand

[…] not only Handley (noted above) but also the range of papers at our commentary pages, here, here and here. And, of course, the two new books posted on here and […]

14 08 2012
More publications available « Political Prisoners in Thailand

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15 08 2012
More publications available « Political Prisoners of Thailand

[…] Critical Asian Studies made their special issue on the 1976 military coup in Thailand available for free download. In recent days the Journal of Contemporary Asia has followed suit, making available its special […]




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