Lifescapes Southeast Asian Film Festival co-hosted by SEAIGS and Payap University made it into The Bangkok Post Arts & Culture section on Wednesday, 1 February 2012. Click on the hyperlink below to read the article.
Dr. Thein Swe, Professor of Economic and Globalization Studies at SEAIGS, is interviewed in the following article dated 21 January 2012 published in the Business Insider:
Myanmar's Economic Isolation from the West is Beginning to End
SEAIGS is proud to make available for download the top research paper from an undergraduate study abroad student during the Fall 2011 semester. The title of the paper is "Buddhism and Ecology: How Religion Influences Human-Nature Relationships in Contemporary Thailand" written by Claire Bailey.
Click on this link to download the paper.
Wall Street Journal:Dr. Paul Chambers, Director of Research at SEAIGS, is quoted in the following article dated 11 November 2011 published in The
Thai Crisis Is Yingluck's Decisive Moment
Dr. Paul Chambers, Director of Research at SEAIGS, is quoted in the following article dated 10 November 2011 published in the Bangkok Post:
Thaksin keeps low profile in flood crisis
Dr. Thein Swe and Dr. Paul Chambers, economist and political scientist respectively at SEAIGS, are quoted in the following article published 4 November 2011 about their new book Cashing in Across the Golden Triangle:
Father of the GMS visited Chiang Mai
Dr. Paul Chambers, Director of Research at SEAIGS, is quoted in the following article dated 4 November 2011 published in the World Politics Review:
Thailand Flooding: Will Yingluck Survive?
Dr. Napisa Waitoolkiat, Lecturer in Political Science at SEAIGS, has a new book review of Mark Askew's edited volume, Legitimacy Crisis in Thailand, published in the Journal of Current Southeast Asian Affairs. Click on the link below to download a PDF copy of this article.
Dr. Paul Chambers, Director of Research at SEAIGS, was quoted in the following AFP article published in The West Australian (among other newspapers around the world) on 24 October 2011:
BANGKOK SET FOR UNSTOPPABLE FLOOD WATERS