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The Institute of Security and International Studies (ISIS) was founded in 1981 as the Southeast Asian Security Studies Program within the Faculty of Political Science, Chulalongkorn University. In February 1982, its status changed when it became an institute officially sanctioned by Chulalongkorn University, entrusted with the task of conducting independent research and disseminating knowledge on international and security issues.
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An ISIS Public Forum on “The Mekong Mainland: Axis of Prosperity, Security and Competition”, Tuesday, 2nd December 2014, 08.30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.

Date :  02/12/2014 - 02/12/2014
I have the pleasure of inviting you to participate in a public forum on “The Mekong Mainland: Axis of Prosperity, Security and Competition”. Details of the program and a reply form are attached. The forum will be held during 08.30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. on Tuesday, 2nd December 2014. The venue is The Chumbhot-Pantip Conference Room, 4th Floor Prajadhipok-Rambhaibarni Building, Faculty of Political Science, Chulalongkorn University. 
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Interventions must have political goals 

Military interventions all over the world are invariably easier to go into than to get out of. In many large-scale military operations, entry points quickly warp into elusive and murky exit plans as the fog of war sets in. Only with clear and realistic political objectives can military interventions succeed in their stated aims. Many cases abroad are instructive for Thailand’s experience at home. 
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Government meddling harms unity efforts 

The tendency of governments to shoot themselves in the foot never ceases to amaze. In Thailand's latest high-profile case of official self-affliction, the government of Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra lost the plot when it tried to rope in key domestic power brokers to work on a "political reform council" and invited prominent international figures to promote reconciliation and unity. Conflating these two parallel tracks of reform and compromise has led to controversy and confusion. The best way for the Yingluck government to ensure the utility and effectiveness of these exercises is to get out of the way completely. 
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Street rallies yield to parliamentary process 

It felt like deja vu for a while. As parliament reconvened, anti-government columns lined up, ready to rumble and depose the government of Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra, this time under a new rubric called the People's Democratic Force to Overthrow Thaksinism (Pefot). 
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Background reading to accompany ISIS Public Forum “Peace Talks in Southern Thailand: Pathways, Obstacles and Prospects”, 8.30am-11.30am, Wednesday 30 October 2013 

At different times, the security agencies and governments will say the situation in Thailand’s Deep South is getting better. The question is then, how can you evaluate if the situation is getting better? To only examine whether the number of violent incidents is declining doesn’t fully answer the question. It could be possible to have a reduction in the number of violent incidents, but more deaths (i.e bigger bombs). Therefore, BP will look at deaths, injuries and incidents in this series of posts. 
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Matthew B. Arnold got a short book review in Foreign Affairs. 

Among the many recent books on Sudan’s enormous and persistent potential for violent conflict, these two deserve special notice. Natsios provides a clear and dispassionate general introduction to the country’s history and politics, designed for the lay reader. LeRiche and Arnold, in the first comprehensive analysis of the world’s youngest state, explore the role that government policies played in leading to the birth of South Sudan. 
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A Special Lecture Series on “Uniting for the future: Learning from each other’s experiences” 

A Special Lecture Series on “Uniting for the future: Learning from each other’s experiences”, Monday, 2 September 2013, 08.15 - 17.30 hrs. 
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A Public Forum on “Thailand’s outlook 2013: Politics, Economy, Borders and Beyond” 

 
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A PUBLIC FORUM ON ‘GOVERNMENT AND POLITICS IN NEPAL AND BHUTAN’ 

A PUBLIC FORUM ON ‘GOVERNMENT AND POLITICS IN NEPAL AND BHUTAN’
Tuesday, November 6, 2012.

BHUTAN: GROSS NATIONAL HAPPINESS?
By Tashi Dorji, Editor and Managing Director, Business Bhutan 
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A PUBLIC FORUM ON ‘GOVERNMENT AND POLITICS IN NEPAL AND BHUTAN’ 

A PUBLIC FORUM ON ‘GOVERNMENT AND POLITICS IN NEPAL AND BHUTAN’
Tuesday, November 6, 2012.

Nepal: The Trials and Tribulations of A Republic
By Dr. Nishchal N. Pandey, Director, Centre for South Asian Studies, Kathmandu, Nepal 
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- 35 cyclists from Pattaya ride to Phetchabun to honour HM
    Thirty-five cyclists led by the Dr Weerawat Khakhai, deputy mayor of Pattaya City, rode from the seaside city Friday morning heading to the Phu Tabberk in Phetchabun to honour His Majesty the King on the occasion of his 87th birthday anniversary.
- 46 workers vomit, faint in chlorine gas leakage at Songkhla factory
    A chlorine gas leakage happened at a rubber glove factory in Songkhla's Ratphume district at 8 pm Thursday.
- 4.6-magnitude quake hits Myanmar
    A 4.6-magnitude quake happened in Myanmar about 160 kilometres southwest of Mae Hong Son's Sob Moei district at 8:09 am Friday, the Seismological Bureau of Meteorological Department reported.
- Death sentences for Thai Muslim separatists condemned
    BANGKOK (AFP) - Human rights groups Friday condemned the Thai authorities for sentencing five alleged Muslim separatists to death, saying the punishment would do little to promote peace in the violence-racked south.
- Ebola vaccine promising in first human trials: NIH
    WASHINGTON (AFP) - Researchers say they're a step closer to developing an Ebola vaccine, with a Phase 1 trial showing promising results, but it will be months at the earliest before it can be used in the field.

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