War as Membership: International Society and Thailand's Participation in World War 1
International relations scholars and historians have long debated the reasons for Siam’s maintenance of formal political independence during the colonial period. Territorial concessions and intra-great-power agreements are recognised as important, but attention is beginning to be paid to the solidarist and normative aspects of Siam’s diplomacy. I argue that Siam’s stance in World War I, first as a neutral nation, and then as a belligerent, allowed it to demonstrate mastery of European...[Show more]
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