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DeepSouthWatch 2009-04-01 03:41
"We have tried to resolve the separatist problem, but our efforts have unfortunately resulted in creating further social divisions.  We have essentially already separated the people.” Note: On January 18, 2009, at the Novotel Central Hotel in Hat Yai, Songkhla province, the Deep South Watch (DSW) and the Southern Journalist Association of Thailand held a seminar on resolving the conflict in southern Thailand entitled Five years of fire in the south: war, knowledge, and confusion…and now what?                                                               (ภาพ : ตูแวดานียา มือรีงิง)000  ...
DeepSouthWatch 2009-03-31 23:44
      Note: On January 18, 2009, at the Novotel Century Hotel in Hat Yai, Songkhla province, the Deep South Watch and the Southern Journalist Southern Association of Thailand held a seminar on resolving the conflict in southern Thailand entitled Five years of fire in the south: war, knowledge, confusion…and what’s next? 000 The Deep South Watch’s findings over the past 5 years "If the Thai state continues to use the same policy that relies primarily on its security forces to bring peace to the region, the cost of the state’s investment will require approximately an additional 235,984...
DeepSouthWatch 2009-03-31 22:08
    Note: On January 18, 2009, at the Novetel Central Hotel in Hat Yai, Songkhla province, the Deep South Watch (DSW) and the Southern Journalist Association of Thailand held a seminar on resolving the conflict in southern Thailand entitled Five years of fire in the south: war, knowledge, and confusion…And now what?       The State’s Policy to Manage and Control the Violence "Governments come and go in Thailand, but the people in the three southern border provinces are still waiting for the state to develop a collaborative agenda with them.” - Sukree Langputeh   Yala Islamic College The...
DeepSouthWatch 2009-02-23 11:48
  Half a decade of violence and conflict resolution amid confusion   Srisompop Jitpiromsri Deep South Watch   During five years of the resurging violence from January 2004 to December 2008, there were 8,541 violent incidents, causing 3,287 deaths and 5,409 injuries. Although violence seems to have declined since June 2007 when over 60,000 military and security forces were deployed in the deep South, the trend still fluctuates and continues. Violence has been reflected in many forms of physical attacks including shooting, bombing, arson and vandalism.  Violence peaked to the top in 2005 with 2...

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