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Southern Thailand insurgency

What to Make of South Thailand’s COVID Quasi-Ceasefire
June 03, 2020

What to Make of South Thailand’s COVID Quasi-Ceasefire

By Jason Johnson
Amid a short-term peace in Thailand’s Muslim far south, insurgent leaders are looking for a better opportunity for negotiations.

How Will the Historic Southern Thailand Insurgency Coronavirus Ceasefire Affect Peace and Conflict?
April 06, 2020

How Will the Historic Southern Thailand Insurgency Coronavirus Ceasefire Affect Peace and Conflict?

By Prashanth Parameswaran
While the development is a notable and encouraging one, how it will impact the insurgency’s future dynamics is less clear.
What Does the New Double Explosive Attack Mean for Southern Thailand’s Insurgency?
March 24, 2020

What Does the New Double Explosive Attack Mean for Southern Thailand’s Insurgency?

By Prashanth Parameswaran
A recent incident spotlights the difficulty of resolving one of Asia’s deadliest ongoing conflicts.

Thailand: Officials Hold Meeting with Southern Insurgent Group
January 22, 2020

Thailand: Officials Hold Meeting with Southern Insurgent Group

By Associated Press
The meeting is the first in years in a decades-old insurgency in Thaiand's south.

Thailand’s Quiet Crisis: ‘The Southern Problem’
July 12, 2019

Thailand’s Quiet Crisis: ‘The Southern Problem’

By Austin Bodetti
While Prayut focuses on solidifying control over Bangkok, the insurgency in the south has gained strength.

How the Thai Conflict Is Boosting Islamic State in Malaysia
October 17, 2018

How the Thai Conflict Is Boosting Islamic State in Malaysia

By Austin Bodetti
Weapons from the insurgency in southern Thailand are making their way to ISIS-linked extremists in Malaysia.

What to Make of Recurring Fears of Jihadism in Southern Thailand?
March 30, 2018

What to Make of Recurring Fears of Jihadism in Southern Thailand?

By Eugene Mark
Ending the local conflict should be a priority, lest the status quo change significantly.
The Slow Burning Insurgency in Thailand’s Deep South
February 06, 2018

The Slow Burning Insurgency in Thailand’s Deep South

By Maximillian Morch
While the overall situation has improved, a recent attack should motivate both sides to return to the discussion table.

Will Southern Thailand Turn to Jihad?
November 20, 2017

Will Southern Thailand Turn to Jihad?

By Austin Bodetti
Only peace talks can keep Islamic State-style jihadism from coming to Thailand.

Thailand, Malaysia Mull New High-Speed Rail Link
September 12, 2016

Thailand, Malaysia Mull New High-Speed Rail Link

By Prashanth Parameswaran
Both sides focus on advancing prosperity amid lingering border woes.

Thailand's Deepening Fractures
September 08, 2016

Thailand's Deepening Fractures

By James Buchanan
Thailand faces two legitimacy crises at its peripheries — and the junta is only making them worse.
Malaysia-Thailand Meeting: Border Woes Expected to Dominate
September 01, 2016

Malaysia-Thailand Meeting: Border Woes Expected to Dominate

By Prashanth Parameswaran
Border issues will be at the center of talks during Malaysian premier Najib Razak's visit to Thailand.

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