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Previous Next On 23 Oct, CACS Director Napisa Waitoolkiat and Prof. Katsuyuki Takahashi travelled to Tokyo to take part in
The full list of abstracts accepted for presentation at APISA 11 from 20-21 October is now available for download here.
CACS has gratefully received generous support from the Toyota Foundation to conduct a comparative study of civil-military relations in the
CACS’s research team of Paul Chambers and Napisa Waitoolkiat have come together to edit this volume of seven studies of ‘khaki capital’—military domination of
Atit Pongpanit explores how the 2013 film “Phi Mak Phra Kanong”—based on a well-known and oft-retold Thai legend—ignores the traditional
CACS professor Paul Chambers’ exploration of foreign influence and penetration into the “CMLV” states (Cambodia, Myanmar, Laos, and Vietnam) examines
Dr Napisa Waitoolkiat together with Dr Sriprapha Petcharameesree reported on “Crisis Management in ASEAN + 3—Migration: In Search of Proper Management”  on 28-30 July in Bangkok at the
Myanmar Watch: The Road to Election 2015Chuthaporn SuntayakornDr. Piratorn PunyaratabandhuDr. Napisa WaitoolkiatPhoto courtesy of oxlaey.comMyanmar will hold its general elections on
Will the AEC mean more opportunity or the end of the line for regional players? ASEAN enterprise is full of risk
As Japan looks towards an ASEAN+3 future of connectivity, Dr Takahashi examined the historical background of Japan’s economic and political