Southern Thailand: Marginalisation, injustice and the failure to govern
The region of southern Thailand, comprised of the three provinces of Pattani, Yala and Narathiwat, has been troubled by a persistently contentious relationship between its ethnically Malay Muslim residents and the central state, which governs in practice, if not in name, as an ethnically Thai Buddhist state. Despite the long history of contention, the existence of open violent conflict between state and nonstate actors seemed to have firmly diminished by the mid-1980s with the decline of the...[Show more]
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