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bkkboy06 2010-04-22 16:14
Can a Civil War Happen in Thailand? by the Siam Intelligence Unit (www.siamintelligence.com) Original Article at: http://www.deepsouthwatch.org/node/765   [The original article was probably written during the Samak Sundaravej or Somchai Wongsawasdi government, when the PPP was still in power, but in the translator's opinion, much of the content is still relevent, perhaps (unfortunately) ever-increasingly so. - bkkboy06]    As the political conflict is reacing its peak, it is certain that every Thai person wishes to know when and how these events will come to an end.   While some may deem that...
bkkboy06 2010-04-22 15:57
No. 005/2553                                   21 June 2010 (sic)   Statement Condemning the Act of Violence at Meung Pattani District Police Station   From the two explosions which occurred this morning in the front yard of Meung Pattani DPS, where 2 unknown assailants threw a grenade at police officers who were in formation for saluting the national flag, causing 1 death and over 40 injuries, in of whom was a female police officer i.e. Pol.Maj. Kumanthana Benjamana, Detective for Civil Affairs, Meung Pattani Provincial Police, followed by another attack by car bombing at approximately 1030...
bkkboy06 2010-04-17 14:21
 by instructors of the Faculty of Political Science, Prince of Songkla University, Pattani Campus.   Statement of the Faculty of Political Science, PSU Pattani Campus   In support of negotiations to solve problems, organizing referendums on amending the 2007 Constitution, reviewing structural issues with the motto "Multicolor Politics, Respecting Differences, Persevering on the Path of Conflicts"   From the burning political situation, particularly when protesters marched to various key locations in Bangkok to pressure the government to dissolve parliament and the government declared a state...
bkkboy06 2010-03-22 01:30
Latest Update: 100 Clips, 100 Voices, 100 Views on One Question: Governance and Administration of the Deep South, the Way it Should be? (all translations are from Thai or the Thai subtitle -> English)    Title Mr. Magata Ma Former President of the Narathiwat Islamic Association   "The idea of General Chaowalit appears to be the most concrete approach in solving the problem.  It is a model of decentralization to the local area.  In the past, the problem could not be solved, but General Chaowalit's model should be able to solve the problem.  It is the most democratic approach. It is a...
bkkboy06 2010-03-15 11:17
Chaiyarong Maneepiluk           The death of Pol.Col. Somphian Ek-somya, Director of Bannang Sata District Police Station, Yala Province, from ambush by bombing followed by shooting by weapons of war by the separatists in Baan Tab Chang, Tambon Taling Chan, while leading forces to pressure the insurgent collaborators as an "informant" notified him that "collaborators" of "the square-faced" or Yugimuri Jeh-dimae", an important leader active in 2 Amphoes (Districts), namely Bannag Sata District in Yala, and Sri Sakorn District in Narathiwat, consisted of 8 members with more than 10 arrest...
DeepSouthWatch 2010-03-10 00:10
Srisompob JitpiromsriDeep South WatchCenter for the Study of Conflict and Cultural Diversity, Prince of Songkla University           The incidents of unrest in the Deep South from January 2004 to January 2010 had happened for six full years. From the database of Deep South Watch, it was fond that over the past 73 months, there were a total of 9,446 incidents of unrest, resulting in approximately 4100 deaths and 6,509 injuries. The total casualty of the unrest over the past six years, with the dead and the injured figures combined, was more than 10,609 individuals. If the family of the...
bkkboy06 2010-03-03 11:59
VIS (Violence-related Injury Surveillance) Network of Violence-related Injury Surveillance Systems for the Southern Border Provinces Area     Violence-related Injury Surveillance (VIS) Report for the Southern Border Provinces Area for January 2007 - December 2009   Rationale             The Violence-related Injury Surveillance (VIS) System for the Southern Border Provinces Area was established in January 2007 to develop the data system that would facilitate the development of emergency medical services, determination of strategies and plans, resource allocation, control and prevention of...
aman 2010-01-16 19:04
Suara Pattani Group http://voicepeace.org Mr. Krissada Bunraat, the Governor of Yala province rushed to giving the platform and performance way to Betong state mechanisms. Repeated the idea of ‘Hukum Pakat” . The people in society use the joint regulation to protect themselves from drugs and underground movement. He raised the 3 main platforms to the people. Create justice, develop the quality of life and resolve the drug problems. And he believe that Betong district will be grow up more after the Prime Minister Aphisit Vejjajiva undertakes to build the bridge cross the Banglang Dam. Shorten...
bkkboy06 2010-01-14 11:17
  Deep South Watch                 Even though the reception and reflection from main players in policy changes in Thai society towards proposals for a new form of administration in the Southern border provinces appears to be in a direction of doubt and emphasizing past "successes" from one's own perspective, these very same proposals appear to be an important topic of debate in the area, particularly among the elites who may become key mechanisms in the change.  There has been no clear conclusion and consensus in issues both in details and the core issues, such as the new form of...
bkkboy06 2009-12-29 23:01
Deep South Watch                 The 10th National Congress of Political Sciences and Public Administration, which took place on 1-2 December 2009, was not only an academic forum with academic presentations and Q&A sessions by academics and students in various field, but also the time in which the debate on a new form of governance for the southern border provinces received interest.  In additional, as Prince of Songkla University was its host, the Congress thus was inevitably full of the mentioned arguments and suggestions.   1. Speech: Time and Center Stage               The event...

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