Divided	Over	Thaksin:	Thailand's	Coup	and	Problematic	Transition	(Tradition	and	Reform	in	Islamic	Education	in	Southern	Thailand)
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Divided Over Thaksin: Thailand's Coup and Problematic Transition (Tradition and Reform in Islamic Education in Southern Thailand)

by Joseph Chinyong Liow

Thailand's political problems attracted international attention when yellow shirted anti-Thaksin protestors closed down Bangkok's international airports in November 2008; the following April pro-Thaksin red shirts prevented an ASEAN-East Asia Summit, and clashed violently with the army in the streets of Bangkok. Conflict between groups for and against former Prime Minister Thaksin has polarized Thai society. Under his watch, violence also returned to the Malay Muslim south, with the loss of over 3,000 lives. The military coup that ousted Thaksin was supposed to end all this, but instead polarization increased and southern violence continued. This book is about how Thaksin divided Thailand, the nature of the southern conflict, and problematic attempts to establish a consensus around a post-Thaksin political order.

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  • Publisher : ISEAS / Silkworm Books
  • Product Code : 9789812309624C10

About Author

Joseph Chinyong Liow

Joseph Chinyong Liow is Dean of the College of Humanities, Arts, and Social Science, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore.