Embracing proaction : the role of self-perception in Thailand's post-Cold War foreign policy
This thesis examines Thai foreign policy since the end of the Cold War as a focusing period. In its essence, it proposes that Thailand's post-Cold War foreign policy can be viewed as more proactive than what the conventional wisdom holds. Considering the strong influence of nationalistic sentiment amongst Thai people, this thesis suggests to look closely at the role of how this factor plays part in constructing Thailand's self-perception. In other words, it examines to what extent the way in...[Show more]
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