Thailand and the struggle for Southeast Asia
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Thailand and the struggle for Southeast Asia

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Published by Cornell University Press .
Written in English

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Statementby D.E. Nuechterlein.
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Open LibraryOL21453273M

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In we moved the TLC office and website to the University of Pennsylvania. The move was relatively painless and seamless. Our major initiative in was to launch a joint Book Review Project. The Thailand-Laos-Cambodia Studies Group and New Mandala now offer regular book reviews of important new texts on mainland Southeast Asia.   Andrew MacGregor Marshall's book "A Kingdom in Crisis: Thailand's Struggle for Democracy in the Twenty-First Century" is misnamed because it has nothing to do with Thailand's struggle for democracy. The reason for this is that Marshall is of the "elite-gazing school" and mass movements from below do not feature in his book/5(37). A new photography exhibition is casting light on youth culture across Southeast Asia. More than images, tackling subjects such as online dating and mental health, capture the experiences of.   The book contributes to the historiography of the Cold War in Southeast Asia by examining not only how the conflict shaped the milieu in which national and regional change unfolded but also how the context influenced the course and tenor of the Cold War in the by: 6.