9 edition of Rebellion in Southern Thailand found in the catalog.
This study addresses the competing histories of Thailand and Patani beginning in the fourteenth century up to the mid-twentieth century. It provides an explanation of the causes of ongoing political conflict between the Malay Muslims in the three southernmost provinces of Thailand and the Thai government, against which “separatist” movements fought in the 1960s. Even though January 2004 marked the beginning of the current violence that now plagues Thailand’s south, most people in and outside the area still believe that the nature of such conflict is internal and could be resolved peacefully. The major contention in the competing histories of Siam and Patani revolves around national policies that resulted in discrimination and destruction of the Muslim’s cultural identity and rights. In the early twentieth century under the rule of King Chulalongkorn, which was characterized by centralization and cultural suppression, Patani was reduced to a mere province. Further forced assimilation occurred under the Phibun government in the 1940s at which time Islamic practices and the use of the Yawi language were curbed. The source of political conflict–including the political status of Patani, ethnic identity, Bangkok politics, and bureaucratic misconduct in the south–have historical roots. Understanding an appreciation of each other’s culture and ethno-religious identities could lead to positive political will on both sides for peaceful resolution of the conflict. This is the thirty-fifth publication in Policy Studies, a peer-reviewed East-West Center Washington series that presents scholarly analysis of key contemporary domestic and international political, economic, and strategic issues affecting Asia in a policy relevant manner.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -66).
|Series||Policy studies -- 35, Policy studies (East-West Center Washington) -- 35.|
|Contributions||Institute of Southeast Asian Studies., East-West Center Washington.|
|LC Classifications||DS588.P3 T44 2007, DS588.P29 T45 2007|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 89 p. :|
|Number of Pages||89|
|ISBN 10||9789812304742, 9789812304759|
|LC Control Number||2007442024|
Religion in the southern Thailand conflict. customs and mores on the Muslim Malay were resented and fueled a long-running rebellion. But the insurgency, which finally sputtered out in the s, was confined to rural areas and the majority of targets were security forces or government officials. Unlike the southern Philippines, where. Southern Thailand Conflict essay Executive Summary Although the community of the Kingdom of Thailand has reached relatively decent level of economic prosperity and basic financial and social well-beings are more or less guaranteed for the Thai community, the country still cannot be considered as the best place to live in due to the one factor.
Drawing on a wealth of archival and secondary sources, Yegar examines three cases of rebellion in Muslim minorities: in the Philippines, in Thailand, and in Burma/Myanmar. He studies the communities' struggle to define their aims―be it for communal separation, autonomy, or independence―and the means each has at their disposal to achieve by: The insurgency that has plagued southern Thailand for more than a decade continues to fester. Peace talks have collapsed and rifts between the government and separatists remain deep. Resolving the conflict requires Bangkok to accept pluralism and decentralisation, and rebels to articulate their goals and commit to a dialogue process.
YALA, Thailand (AP) — Gunmen in insurgency-wracked southern Thailand killed 15 village defense volunteers and wounded five security personnel in what is . This timely and significant book seeks to explain the deep-seated complexities of terrorism and insurgency in Southeast Asia. In the aftermath of 9/11, this region has been designated by the United States to be the ‘second front’ in the war on by: 1.
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It provides an explanation of the causes of ongoing political conflict between the Malay Muslims in the three southernmost provinces of Thailand and the Thai government, against which separatist movements fought in the : Thanet Aphornsuvan.
This study addresses the competing histories of Thailand and Patani beginning in the fourteenth century up to the mid-twentieth century. It provides an explanation of the causes of ongoing political conflict between the Malay Muslims in the three southernmost provinces of Thailand and the Thai government, against which separatist movements fought in the s.3/5.
This study addresses the competing histories of Thailand and Patani beginning in the fourteenth century up to the mid-twentieth century.
It provides an explanation of the causes of ongoing political conflict between the Malay Muslims in the three southernmost provinces of Thailand and the Thai government, against which "separatist" movements fought in the s. Rebellion in Southern Thailand: Contending Histories.
[Thanet Aphornsuvan] -- This study addresses the competing histories of Thailand and Patani beginning in the fourteenth century up to the mid-twentieth century. Get this from a library. Rebellion in southern Thailand: contending histories.
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Though largely unnoticed outside Southeast Asia, the rebellion in Pattani and neighboring provinces and the Thai government's harsh crackdown have resulted in a full-scale crisis. Tearing Apart the Land by Duncan McCargo, one of the world's leading scholars of contemporary Thai politics, is the first fieldwork-based book about this conflict.
Drawing on his extensive knowledge of Cited by: is a platform for academics to share research papers. Though largely unnoticed outside Southeast Asia, the rebellion in Pattani and neighboring provinces and the Thai government's harsh crackdown have resulted in a full-scale crisis. Tearing Apart the Land by Duncan McCargo, one of the world's leading scholars of contemporary Thai politics, is the first fieldwork-based book about this by: REBELLION IN SOUTHERN THAILAND Patlt Paban Mishra The region of Southeast Asia presenting ethnic and cultural diversity has witnessed important religions of the world thriving side by side.
Religion has been an important factor in shaping destinies of the people of the region. Brunei, Indonesia and Malaysia are predominantly.
PDF | On Apr 1,Thanet Aphornsuvan and others published Book Review: Rituals of National Loyalty: An Anthropology of the State and the Village Scout Movement in Thailand: By Katherine A Author: Thanet Aphornsuvan. Southern Thailand: The Dynamics of Conflict - Ebook written by N. John Funston.
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For an interesting case study of the Nusun Dyor Rebellion, see C. Satha-Anand, ‘The Silence of the Bullet Monument: Violence and “Truth” Management, Dusun-nyor and Kru-Ze’, in D. McCargo (ed.), Rethinking Thailand’s Southern Violence (Singapore: National University of Singapore Press, ), pp.
3– Google Scholar. The South Thailand insurgency (Thai: ความไม่สงบในชายแดนภาคใต้ของประเทศไทย; Malay: Pemberontakan di Selatan Thailand) is an ongoing conflict centered in southern originated in as an ethnic and religious separatist insurgency in the historical Malay Patani Region, made up of the three southernmost provinces Location: Southern Thailand (Songkhla, Pattani.
Scholars have given questions about the perpetrators of nameless violence in Southern Thailand little consideration, leaving the motives that drive Barisan Revolusi Nasional (BRN) heavily cloaked in secrecy and speculation.
This book offers a rare glimpse behind the veil that shrouds BRN-Coordinate. Between Integration and Secession asks whether Muslim minorities can co-exist with the majority and other cultures within non-Muslim states. Moshe Yegar's excellent new work examines the radicalization of Muslim communities during the nationalist fervor that swept southeast Asia in the aftermath of World War II.
The book's grand historical scope traces the theological and political impact of /5(2). Inspecting the scene of a bomb explosion this month in Hua Hin, Thailand.
Coordinated bombings and arson attacks in tourist destinations over two days killed four people and injured The Stalemate in Southern Thailand 02/22/ pm ET Updated Samuel Huntington famously wrote in his seminal article in Foreign Affairs in that "Islam has bloody borders", noting that in many places where Islamic countries border with non-Islamic countries, there is.
“ISIS spillover unlikely in Thailand, but can’t be ignored, experts say”, Prachatai, 4 December ; “Thailand: Buddhists cite violence fears in bid to withhold mosque permit”, Benar News, 7 June ; Panu Wongcha-um, “In conflict-hit southern Thailand, Buddhist nationalism is on the rise”,18 June Haji Sulong bin Abdul Kadir (Thai: หะยีสุหลง อับดุลกาเดร์, RTGS: Hayi Sulong Apdunkade), also known as Haji Sulong Tomina or Hajji Sulong, was a notable figure in understanding the Muslim insurgency of southern d as a reformist and a separatist he sought for greater recognition of the Jawi community in Patani.
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