Dr Napon Jatusripitak, Visiting Fellow, ISEAS Yusof Ishak Institute, and Dr Punchada Sirivunnabood, Associate Professor, Mahidol University, examined the nature and scope of the shifts in Thai politics that led to the stunning victory of the Move Forward Party in the 2023 general elections.
In this webinar, The Honorable Abhisit Vejjajiva, former leader of the Democrat Party and former prime minister of Thailand, discussed the future of Thai politics, and the implications for Thailand and the region after the election.
In this webinar, Mr Thanathorn Juangroongruangkit (Leader of the Thai Progressive Movement) and Dr Prajak Kongkirati (Associate Professor, Thammasat University) discussed the different political scenarios that will follow after the 2023 Thailand election.
In this webinar, Dr Napon Jatusripitak, Visiting Fellow at ISEAS – Yusof Ishak Institute, examined the role of patronage politics in Thailand, and the implications for the upcoming Thai general election and beyond.
In this webinar, Mr Matthew Wheeler (Senior Analyst, Southeast Asia, International Crisis Group) talked about the complicated security situation in Thailand’s Deep South.
Mr Krisda Piampongsant, former Vice Chairman, Trade Competition Commission of Thailand, discussed the history of competition policy in Thailand, the work of its restructured Trade Competition Commission, the challenges that the Commission faces in its work and the sectors that it watches most closely for signs of unfair trade practices.
In this hybrid seminar, Speaker Dr Charnvit Kasetsiri (historian and former rector of Thammasat University in Bangkok) shared his recently published book “Thailand: A Struggle for the Nation” and presented on the history and challenges of nation-building in Thailand. He was joined by Discussants Dr Allen Hicken and Dr Matthew Reeder.
In this webinar, Dr Leslie Castro-Woodhouse and Mr Graham Dalrymple discussed the issue of regional and ethnic identities, which figured prominently in Thailand’s affairs, and the current provincial metropolitan divides.
In this hybrid seminar, Dr Tomas Larsson delivered a talk on the connection between religions and elections in Thailand.
Drawing on preliminary research in Chiang Mai, Northern Thailand, Dr Anjalee Cohen examined some of the reasons for this success and the vital role that primary health care continues to play in controlling COVID-19 and other infectious diseases in Thailand.