Interpreting 10 years of Violence in Thailand's Deep South
Around 5000 deaths and more than 8300 injuries are attributed to Thailand�s ongoing �southern fire� (fai tai). A range of explanations for this violence in the southernmost provinces of Thailand have been offered by academics, journalists and other analysts. Terrorism, insurgency and gangsterism have all been introduced as labels for components of the violence. This article is motivated by the need to re-examine the empirical foundations of these explanations. We focus on two case study...[Show more]
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