Thai-Malaysian bilateral security relations from 1957 to 2006
Security relations between Thailand and Malaysia have been remarkably cooperative. The two countries have never gone to war against each other. And they have cooperated against communist rebellions in southern Thailand, and to a lesser extent against other threats to stability in the border region, including southern Thai Malay secessionist movements. This seems at odds with conventional realist understandings of international relations, which highlight how states necessarily engage in a...[Show more]
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