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In some of my initial posts on this blog I mentioned my interest in the deep South of Thailand.

This interest was expressed in posting the occasional graph on the conflict plaguing that region, but I still haven’t got to exploring the conflict and region in any great depth. The day will come!

In the interim, I wanted to share with you some of the resources I’ve drew on in writing about the region’s history, character, culture and politics, and their contribution to the nature and trajectory of the conflict’s resurgence in 2004. The list certainly isn’t an exhaustive compendium of all the available resources, and I doubt such a collection could be compiled anyway.

What the list offers, I hope, is a starting point for scholars seeking a depth, breadth and (in most entries) a level of integrity beyond that offered by Wikipedia.

The observant reader will note that the most recent entries conclude around five years ago, when my research interests shifted. For those seeking more recent work I cannot recommend highly enough the writings of Joseph Chinyong Liow and Duncan McCargo, but again that is not proposed as an exhaustive list of relevant expertise. If anyone would further guidance on recommended reading please don’t hesitate to contact me.

Apologies in advance if some of the links are no longer functional.


ABC News (2005) Thailand’s most-wanted separatist arrested, 26 January, available at www.abc.net.au/news/newsitems/200501/s1289731.htm

ABC News (2009) World has 1.57 billion Muslims, 9 October, available at www.abc.net.au/news/stories/2009/10/9/2709190.htm

ABC Radio Australia (2009) Thai South worsened by government-sanctioned defence volunteers, 19 June

ABC Radio National – Rear Vision (2010) Thailand’s democracy , 17 March, available at www.abc.net.au/rn/rearvision/stories/2010/2846350.htm

Abdullah , T. & Siddique, S. eds (1986) Islam and Society in Southeast Asia , Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, Singapore

Abuza, Z. (2003) Militant Islam in Southeast Asia : Crucible of Terror, Lynne Rienner, Boulder

Abuza, Z. (2006) Current Trends in Islamist Ideology Vol. 4: The Islamist Insurgency in Thailand, The Hudson Institute, 1 November, available at http://www.currenttrends.org/research/detail/the-islamist-insurgency-in-thailand

Abuza, Z. (2007) Three Years after the January 2004 Raids, the Insurgency in Southern Thailand is Building Momentum, counterterrorismblog.org available at http://counterterrorismblog.org/site‑resources/images/4%20January%202004%20Anniversary.pdf

Abuza, Z. (2009) New Government in Thailand Struggles To Defeat the Insurgency, CTC Sentinel, Vol. 2, No.2, February, pp. 15-17

Abuza, Z. (2009) The BRN -C’s Birthday Bash, counterterrorismblog.org, available at http://counterterrorismblog.org/2009/03/the_brn-cs_birthday_bash.php, March 14

Abuza, Z. (2009) A Car Bomb in Southern Thailand and Other Recent Trends, counterterrorismblog.org, available at http://counterterrorismblog.org/2009/08/a_car_bomb_in_southern_thailan.php, August 25

Abuza, Z. (2009) Welcome to Yala Mr. Abhisit , counterterrorismblog.org, available at http://counterterrorismblog.org/2009/12/welcome_to_yala_mr_abhisit_1.php, December 16

Acharya, A. & Acharya, A. (2007) The Myth of the Second Front: Localizing the ‘War on Terror ‘ in Southeast Asia , The Washington Quarterly, Vol. 30, No. 4, pp. 75-90

Aeusrivongse, N. (2004) Understanding the situation in the South as a “Millenarian revolt”, Sinlapa Watthanatham 25, No 8, June, pp. 110-124

AFP News (2004) Superstition , fear and loathing: the secret life of the Thai Muslim militant, 1 September

AFP News (2008) Thai protesters besiege Parliament , Canberra Times, p 8, 25 November

AFP News (2009) 2 women shot dead, burned in South, Bangkok Post, 20 May

AFP News (2009) Thailand To Add 4,000 Soldiers In Troubled South – PM, 3 December, available at http://www.nasdaq.com/aspxcontent/NewsStory.aspx?cpath=20090312

Agence France-Presse (2009) Teacher among two dead in Thai south, May 19

Ahmad, A.T. (2002) Japanese Policy towards Islam in Malaya During the Occupation: A Reassessment, Journal of Southeast Asian Studies, Vol. 33, No. 1, pp. 107-122

Ahuja, A. (2008) Insurgency worsens in southern Thailand: Villagers live in fear as attacks turn towns into ‘red zones’, Associated Press, 24 February

Ahuja, A. (2008) Thailand- under siege, The Sunday Times, 24 February, available at http://sundaytimes.lk/080224/International/international00011.html

Albritton, R. B. (1999) Political diversity among Muslims in Thailand, Asian Studies Review, Vol. 23, Issue 2, pp. 233-246

Albritton, R. B. & Bureekul, T. (2004) Working Paper Series: No. 28 Developing Democracy under a New Constitution in Thailand, Asian Barometer Project Office, National Taiwan University and Academia Sinica

Albritton, R. B. (2005) Thailand in 2004: The “Crisis in the South”, Asian Survey, Vol. 45, Issue 1, pp. 166-173

Aljazeera (2008) Interview with Samak Sundaravej, Prime Minister of Thailand, 9 February, available at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DuoqLiLSgnI

Aljazeera (2009) ‘Army bullets’ used in Thai attack, 24 April

Aljazeera (2009) Thai Fighters‘ recruit at schools’, 23 June

Aloi, D. (2006) David Wyatt , 69, Cornell expert on Thailand and Southeast Asia , dies in Ithaca, http://www.news.cornell.edu/stories/Nov06/obit.Wyatt.dea.html

Amnesty International Malaysia (2006) Thailand: If you want peace, work for justice-January 2006, 14 February, available at http://www.aimalaysia.org

Amnesty International (2004) Thailand- Memorandum on Human Rights Concerns, October

Amnesty International (2009) Thailand: Torture in the Southern Counterinsurgency, Amnesty International Publications, London

Andaya, B.W. & Andaya, L. Y. (1982) A History of Malaysia , Macmillan, London

Andaya, L.Y. (2001) The Search for the ‘Origins’ of Melayu, Journal of Southeast Asian Studies Vol. 32, No. 3, pp. 315-330.

Anderson, F.G. (2009) Searching for buried truth in kidnap case, 13 March, available at http://www.upiasia.com/Politics/2009/03/13/searching_for_buried_truth_in_kidnap_case_case/8212/

Anderson, F.G. (2009) Thai victim’s widow seeks justice, 28 December, available at http://www.upiasia.com/Human_Rights/2009/12/28/thai_victims_widow_seeks_justice/9112/

Aphornsuvan, T. (2004) Origins of Malay Muslim “Separatism” in Southern Thailand, Asia Research Institute, Working Paper Series No. 3, available at www.nus.ari.edu.sg/pub/wps.htm

Arreguín-Toft, I. (2005) How the Weak Win Wars: A Theory of Asymmetric Conflict, Cambridge Studies in International Relations (No.99), Cambridge

Ashayagachat, A. (2008) Surin calls for reform in Muslim schools, Bangkok Post, 24 August

Asia Africa Intelligence Wire (2004) Panlop turns down offer to lead key unit, available at http://www.accessmylibrary.com/coms2/summary_0286-21716713_ITM

Asian Centre for Human Rights (2004) Killings At Pattani ‘s Krue Se Mosque And A Cover Up Enquiry, 6 May, available at http://www.countercurrents.org/hr-achr060504.htm

Asian Defence Journal (2009) Malaysia -Thai Military Join Forces, May

Asian Human Rights Commission (2004) Thailand: At least 84 people killed in Southern Thailand, Asian Human Rights Commission Urgent Appeals Programme, 26 October, available at http://www.ahrchk.net/ua/mainfile.php/2004/838/

Asian Human Rights Commission (2004) THAILAND: Two cases of extremely serious torture and cruel and inhuman treatment by Thai police officers, Asian Human Rights Commission Urgent Appeals Programme, 9 November, available at http://www.ahrchk.net/ua/mainfile.php/2004/854/

Asian Human Rights Commission (2005) Thailand: Thailand’s public prosecution turning justice into a farce, A Statement by the Asian Human Rights Commission, 4 November

Asian Human Rights Commission – Religious Groups for Human Rights (2006) Speech by Angkhana Neelaphaijit on March 11, 2006 on the occasion of her receiving the 2nd Asian Human Rights Defender Award of the Asian Human Rights Commission, posted 10 April, available at http://www.rghr.net/mainfile.php/0815/1099/

Asian Human Rights Commission (2006) Here is Angkhana , there is Porntip… where is Sombat? A Statement by the Asian Human Rights Commission, 24 March, available at http://www.ahrchk.net/statements/mainfile.php/2006statements/461/

Asian Human Rights Commission (2006) Department of Special Investigation or Department of Sporadic Interest? Statement by the Asian Human Rights Commission, 25 April

Asian Human Rights Commission (2006) Letter of Angkhana Neelaphajit to the Deputy Prime Minister, Press Release AHRC-PL-065-2006, posted 7 August, available at http://www.ahrchk.net/pr/mainfile.php/2006mr/365/

Asian Human Rights Commission (2006) Jos?Poblete, Somchai Neelaphaijit and the disappearance of impunity, Statement by the Asian Human Rights Commission, 8 August

Asian Human Rights Commission (2006) Somchai , Tak Bai , secrets & lies, Statement by the Asian Human Rights Commission, 1 November

Asian Human Rights Commission (2006) THAILAND: If not Somchai ‘s bones, whose bones? Statement by the Asian Human Rights Commission, 4 December

Asian Human Rights Commission (2006) Human Rights Report – 2006 The State of Human Rights in Eleven Asian Nations, 21 December

Asian Human Rights Commission (2006) The Disappearance of a Person & The Defects of a System: A collection of notes from the trial of five police over the abduction of Thai human rights lawyer Somchai Neelaphaijit, AHRC, Hong Kong

Asian Human Rights Commission (2007) End Emergency Decree in Thailand, Asian Human Rights Commission Urgent Appeal, 25 May

Asian Human Rights Commission (2007) Thailand: Commander testifies that he left for dinner instead of overseeing Tak Bai protest operation, Asian Human Rights Commission Urgent Appeals Programme, 22 August, available from http://www.ahrchk.net/ua/mainfile.php/2007/2545/

Asian Human Rights Commission (2009) Thailand: 5th Anniversary, Disappearance of Somchai Neelapaijit, available at http://www.ahrchk.net/pr/mainfile.php/2009mr/621/

Asian Human Rights Commission (2009) Court condones the death by suffocation of 78 men in police trucks, Asian Human Rights Commission Urgent Appeals Programme, 5 June, available from http://www.ahrchk.net/ua/mainfile.php/2008/3171/

Asian Human Rights Commission (2010) THAILAND: Need for speedy investigation into Somchai ‘s disappearance, Effective Witness Protection and make Forced Disappearance a Crime, 4 January, available at http://www.ahrchk.net/statements/mainfile.php/2010statements/2357/

Asian Human Rights Commission (2010) Thailand: Invitation to “Art Exhibition on the Disappeared and Their Families” to mark the 6th anniversary disappearance of Somchai Neelapaijit, 2 March, available at http://www.ahrchk.net/statements/mainfile.php/2009statements/2447/

Asian Legal Resource Centre (2006) Protection or harassment? Angkhana Neelaphaijit, posted 29 June, available at http://www.article2.org/mainfile.php/0503/233/

Asian Tribune (2003) 3 police killed in shootout, 29 August, available at http://www.asiantribune.com/news/2003/08/29/3-police-killed-shootout

Asian Tribune (2003) Southern Separatists: More police will die, says group, 1 September, available at http://www.asiantribune.com/news/2003/09/01/southern-separatistsmore-police-will-die-says-group

Asian Tribune (2004) Southern Violence: Pattani hit, martial law declared, 6 January, available at http://www.asiantribune.com/news/2004/01/06/southern-violence-pattani-hit-martial-law-declared-br

Askew, M. & Sivarawiroj, P (2008) Thailand’s counter-insurgency operations, Islamic Affairs Analyst, January

Askew, M. (2008) Thailand’s Intractable Southern War: Policy, Insurgency and Discourse, Contemporary Southeast Asia , Vol. 30, No. 2, pp. 186-214

Askew, M. (2009) Landscapes of fear, horizons of trust: Villagers dealing with danger in Thailand’s insurgent south, Journal of Southeast Asian Studies, Vol. 40, No. 1, pp. 59-86

Askew, M. (2009) A tale of two insurgents, Bangkok Post, 19 July, available at http://www.bangkokpost.com/news/investigation/149443/a-tale-of-two-insurgents

Askew, M. (2009) The Killing Fields of the Deep South: A Deadly Mix, Bangkok Post, 9 August

Askew, M. (2009) The Democrats and the Southern Malaise, 13 September, Bangkok Post, available at http://www.bangkokpost.com/opinion/opinion/154201/the‐democrats‐and‐the‐southern‐malaise

Askew, M. (2010) Fighting with Ghosts: Querying Thailand’s “Southern Fire”, Contemporary Southeast Asia, Vol. 32, No. 2, pp. 117-155

Assavanonda, A (2004) Law Society backs demand for DSI to probe fate of Somchai , Bangkok Post, 29 September

Associated Press (2009) Thailand to Use Blimp to Survey Muslim Insurgency, 11 March, available at http://www.irrawaddy.org/article.php?art_id=15278

Associated Press (2009) Thai protest leader says soldiers attacked him, 3 May

Australian Department of Defence (2008) Defence Economic Trends in the Asia-Pacific 2008, available at www.defence.gov.au/dio/product.html

Bajunid, O. F. (1999) The Muslims in Thailand: A Review, Southeast Asian Studies, Vol. 37, No.2, pp. 210-234

Bajoria, J. (2008) The Muslim Insurgency in Southern Thailand, Background Note, Council on Foreign Relations, 10 September

Baker, M (2002) Into the heart of darkness, The Age, 15 November, available at http://www.theage.com.au/articles/2002/11/15/1037080912898.html

Ball, D. (2004) The Boys in Black: The Thahan Phran, Thailand’s Para-military Border Guards, White Lotus Press, Bangkok 

Bangkok Post (2004) Major inquiry into lawyer’s disappearance, 18 March

Bangkok Post (2004) Culprits will be caught ‘in days’, 6 April

Bangkok Post (2004) 5 policemen indicted in Somchai case, 17 June

Bangkok Post (2004) Bloodshed, mayhem in South, 26 October

Bangkok Post (2005) Prime Minister threatens to pull aid plug on villages in southern hot spots, 17 February

Bangkok Post (2005) Killing spree continues in far South, 12 June

Bangkok Post (2005) Managing ‘red zones’ not easy, says Sonthi , 12 October

Bangkok Post (2006) Teachers in South may shut schools, 21 May

Bangkok Post (2006) Thai senator says abductions of local Muslims in South continue, 6 June

Bangkok Post (2008) Egypt offers army advice on the South, 14 March

Bangkok Post (2008) School torched in Narathiwat , 11 August

Bangkok Post (2008) Police officer shot, badly hurt, 12 August

Bangkok Post (2008) Two die in Narathiwat drive-by shooting, 13 August

Bangkok Post (2008) Islamic bank lending to small businesses, 14 August

Bangkok Post (2008) Donors give help to paralysed Suhimee, 15 August

Bangkok Post (2008) Tak Bai bomb blast injures eight workers, 16 August

Bangkok Post (2009) No substitute for justice, 13 January

Bangkok Post (2009) Teachers vow to stick by their students, 17 January

Bangkok Post (2009) Situation improves in deep South, 22 January, available at http://www.bangkokpost.com/news/security/135972/situation-improves-in-deep-south

Bangkok Post (2009) 500 villagers rally against rebel leader, 27 January

Bangkok Post (2009) Decision not to indict six officers for Krue Se Mosque attack angers Justice Group, 1 March, http://www.bangkokpost.com/news/local/12519/another-blow-to-rights-record

Bangkok Post (2009) US admits to torture at secret jail inside Thailand, 4 March

Bangkok Post (2009) Consulting youth on peace, 9 March, available at http://www.bangkokpost.com/mail/13052/

Bangkok Post (2009) 4,000 more troops for the far South, 12 March, available at http://www.bangkokpost.com/news/local/137339/4000-troops-move-to-deep-south

Bangkok Post (2009) Somchai wife seeks control of his assets, 18 March

Bangkok Post (2009) Five tertiary institutes fail evaluation, 20 March

Bangkok Post (2009) Ten dead on South anniversary, 28 April, available at http://www.bangkokpost.com/news/local/15770/region-under-fire-on-eve-of-krue-se

Bangkok Post (2009) Court Declares Muslim lawyer legally missing, 19 May

Bangkok Post (2009) Suspected militants murder man for helping authorities, 24 May, available at http://www.bangkokpost.com/news/local/17229/suspected-militants-murder-man-for-helping-authorities

Bangkok Post (2009) Mosquito-borne virus hits 20,000, 24 May, available at http://www.bangkokpost.com/news/local/17224/mosquito-borne-virus-hits-20000

Bangkok Post (2009) Sondhi forgives murder mastermind, 24 May, available at http://www.bangkokpost.com/news/politics/144208/sondhi-forgives-murder-mastermind

Bangkok Post (2009) Emergency rule a failure, 2 June

Bangkok Post (2009) Answers absent at the inquest, 7 June, available at http://www.bangkokpost.com/news/investigation/18068/answers-absent-at-the-inquest

Bangkok Post (2009) Robber steals documents from Angkhana , 12 June

Bangkok Post (2009) Pathompong lashes Anupong , Prawit , 16 June

Bangkok Post (2009) Lab tests clear officials of mosque attack, 20 June

Bangkok Post (2009) Mosque massacre kin veto call for autopsies, 25 June

Bangkok Post (2009) Rebels target Tak Bai judges, 26 June

Bangkok Post (2009) South unrest leaves 2,897 orphans, 2 July

Bangkok Post (2009) Rebels killed 115 teachers since 2004, 12 July

Bangkok Post (2009) ISOC wants emergency law extended, 13 July

Bangkok Post (2009) Border fence or a fence-off? 27 July

Bangkok Post (2009) Police know identity of bombers, 27 August

Bangkok Post (2009) 4 suspects wanted in grenade, gun attack, 10 October, available at http://www.bangkokpost.com/news/local/25372/4-suspects-wanted-in-grenade-gun-attack

Bangkok Post (2009) Govt mulls adopting tactics of Sri Lanka , 23 October

Bangkok Post (2009) Militants mark Tak Bai anniversary with bomb bid, 25 October

Bangkok Post (2009) PM: No autonomy for South, 5 November

Bangkok Post (2009) Two defence volunteers killed by bomb, 30 December, available at http://www.bangkokpost.com/news/security/164006/two-defence-volunteers-killed-in-bomb-blast

Bangkok Post (2010) Witness disappears in police torture case, 1 January, available at http://www.bangkokpost.com/news/local/30322/witness-disappears-in-police-torture-case

Bangkok Post (2010) Last one in, again, 6 January, available at http://www.bangkokpost.com/tech/techscoop/30563/last-one-in-again

Bangkok Post (2010) Justice denied, 9 January, available at http://www.bangkokpost.com/news/local/30713/justice-denied

Bangkok Post (2010) Southern Discomfort, 9 January, available at http://www.bangkokpost.com/news/local/30712/southern-discomfort

Bangkok Post (2010) Justice Denied, 9 January

Bangkok Post (2010) Statistic of the Day: 124 dead teachers and education officials, 18 January

Bangkok Post (2010) DSI broadens scope on Somchai investigation, 19 January, available at http://www.bangkokpost.com/news/security/31237/dsi-broadens-scope-on-somchai-investigation

Bangkok Post (2010) Army says it may halt bomb detector orders, 29 January

Bangkok Post (2010) Mother, daughter slain in Narathiwat , 15 February, available at http://www.bangkokpost.com/news/politics/168507/mother-daughter-killed-in-narathiwat

Bangkok Post (2010) Soldiers now use chopsticks in place of GT200 detectors, 18 February, available at http://www.bangkokpost.com/news/security/33059/soldiers-now-use-chopsticks-in-place-of-gt200-detectors

Bangkok Post (2010) The boys in black, Thailand’s dangerous, dark influence, 25 April, available at http://www.bangkokpost.com/news/investigation/36612/the-boys-in-black-Thailand-dangerous-dark-influence

Bangkok Post (2010) Education expert killed in Yala as term starts, 18 May

Bangkok Post (2010) Anupong salutes military goodbye, 30 September, available at http://www.bangkokpost.com/news/local/198842/anupong-salutes-military-goodbye

Bangkok Post (2010) The cost of the 2006 Coup, 19 October, available at http://www.bangkokpost.com/news/politics/196984/the-cost-of-the-2006-coup

Bangkok Post (2010) Airship out of order, army complains, 4 December

Bangkok Post (2011) 71 weapons retrieved 7 years on from armoury raid, 5 January

Barha – Nordic Asia Research Community (2010) Thailand: The Terrorists that outsmarted the Government, In Focus Blog, posted 15 February

Bateman, S. (2006) Assessing the Threat of Maritime Terrorism: Issues for the Asia-Pacific Region, Security Challenges, Vol. 2, No. 3, October, pp. 77-91

BBC News (2004) Thai mosque killings criticised, 28 July, available at http://news.bbc.co.uk/go/pr/fr/-/2/hi/asia-pacific/3932323.stm

BBC News (2004) Thai Violence Aftermath, 12 May, available at http://news.bbc.co.uk/go/pr/fr/-/2/hi/asia-pacific/3703135.stm

BBC News (2005) Thaksin puts pressure on south, 17 February, available at http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/asia-pacific/4272893.stm

BBC Monitoring Asia Pacific (2005) Thai Prime Minister replaces Army Commander in charge of South, 7 December (sourced from Bangkok Post website)

BBC Monitoring Asia Pacific (2006) Suspected Muslim militants kill woman, set school ablaze in Thai south, 23 February (sourced from The Nation website)

BBC Monitoring Asia Pacific (2006) Thai top Army Chief offers to resign over beating of school teachers in South, 22 May (sourced from Bangkok Post website)

BBC Monitoring Asia Pacific (2006) Thai army to reorganize operations in south following king’s advice, 27 May (sourced from Bangkok Post website)

BBC Monitoring Asia Pacific (2006) Thai insurgents wore soldiers’ uniforms in 20 July raid-officials, 23 July (sourced from Bangkok Post website)

BBC Monitoring Asia Pacific (2006) Southern militants make contact for talks – Thai army chief, 5 October (sourced from Bangkok Post website)

Behdad, S. & Nomani, F. (2006) Islam and the Everyday World, Routledge, Abingdon

Belay, C. (2010) An alternative take on the SOAS event, website post available from http://asiapacific.anu.edu.au/newmandala/2010/02/19/an-alternative-take-on-the-soas-event/#comments

Bell, T. (2009) Gruesome catch may solve Thai deaths mystery, Sydney Morning Herald, 15 May

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Bernama News (2007) Crackdown On Villagers In Southern Thailand Causing More Fear, September 2

Bernama News (2009) Thailand committed to resolving issues in southern provinces, May 15

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Bonura, C. (2007) Indeterminate Geographies of Political Violence in Southern Thailand, Presentation for the Department of Political Science, Thammasat University , 11 June

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Caldwell, M. (2009) Southeast Asia from Depression to Re-occupation, 1925-45, Journal of Contemporary Asia, Vol. 39, No. 3, pp. 327-344

Camilleri, R (2008) Muslim Insurgency in Thailand and The Philippines : Implications for

Malaysia ’s Cross-Border Diplomacy, UNEAC Asia Papers No. 27, pp. 68-84

Chalermsripinyorat, R. (2009) Thailand: Army having failed, give political solutions a chance, Bangkok Post, 9 December

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Chalk, P. (2007) Southern Thailand Insurgency Fails to Achieve Popular Support, CTC Sentinel, Vol. 1, No 1, December, pp. 15-17

Chalk, P. (2008) The Malay-Muslim Insurgency in Southern Thailand: Understanding the Conflict’s Evolving Dynamic, RAND Counterinsurgency Study Paper 5, RAND National Defence Research Institute available at http://www.rand.org/pubs/occasional_papers/OP198

Chachavalpongpun, P. (2009) Thailand and Malaysia Move to Mend Fences, The Irrawaddy, 26 December, available at http://www.irrawaddy.org/opinion_story.php?art_id=17471

Channel News Asia (2009) Thai PM backs autonomy for troubled south, 29 October, available at http://www.channelnewsasia.com/stories/afp_asiapacific/view/1014015/1/.html

Charoenpo, A. (2009) A new govt, a fresh effort to restore peace, Bangkok Post, January 17

Charoenpo, A. & Chetchotiros, N. (2008) Chirmsak radio show shut down: Host disputed Samak ‘s view of Oct 6 uprising, Bangkok Post, 14 February

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Cheng, T. (2004) Eyewitness: Thailand’s deadly protest, BBC News, 29 October, available at http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/asia‐pacific/3965241.stm

Coede`s, G. (1968) The Indianized States of Southeast Asia , East-West Center Press, Honolulu

Chongkittavorn, K. (2004) Thailand; International Terrorism and the Muslim South, Southeast Asian Affairs 2004

Chongkittavorn, K. (2003) Chapter 8: Evaluating Western Media Perceptions of Thailand After the Bali Bombing, pages 181-200, in After Bali: the threat of terrorism in Southeast Asia , Ramakrishna, K & Tan, S. S., Institute of Defence and Strategic Studies, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore

Chongkittavorn, K. (2010) Exit strategies for southern Thailand, The Nation, 22 February, available at http://www.nationmultimedia.com/home/2010/02/22/columnists/Exit-strategies-for-southern-Thailand-30123117.html

CNN News (2008) Interview with Samak Sundaravej, 19 February, available at http://edition.cnn.com/2008/WORLD/asiapcf/02/18/talkasia.samak/index.html

Collins, A. (2000) The Security Dilemmas of Southeast Asia , Institute of Southeast Asian Studies. Singapore

Connors, M.K. (2006) War on error and the Southern fire: How terrorism analysts get it wrong, Critical Asian Studies, Vol. 38 No. 1, pp. 151-175

Connors, M.K. (2007) Another Country: Reflections on the politics of culture and the Muslim South, Paper presented at the Thai Update, Australian National University, September 2006 (updated December 2007), available at http://sovereignmyth.blogspot.com/2007/12/another-country.html

Connors, M.K. (2008) Thailand: Four elections and a coup, Australian Journal of International Affairs, Vol. 62, No. 4, pp. 478-496

Croissant, A. (2005) Unrest in South Thailand: Contours, Causes, and Consequences since 2001, Strategic Insights, Volume 4, No. 2

Cropley, E. (2006) A Populist Billionaire, Thaksin ruffled a feather too many, The Sydney Morning Herald, 21 September

Cross Cultural Foundation (2009) News Alert, 25 August http://voicefromthais.wordpress.com/2009/09/03/south-thailandwife-of-imam-yapa-kaseng-filed-a-criminal-lawsuit-against-five-army-officers-and-one-police-officer/

Cross Cultural Foundation (2009) Ayah di Tangkap (My father was arrested), Bangkok , August

Curry, R.L. (2008) The Violence Plaguing Southern Thailand, Journal of Third World Studies, Vol. 25, No. 2, pp. 239-241

Davis, A. (2002) The complexities of unrest in southern Thailand, Jane’s Intelligence Review, September, pp. 16-19

Davis, A. (2002) Southern Thai insurgency gains fresh momentum, Jane’s Intelligence Review, August, pp. 14-21

Davis, A. (2004) Thailand confronts separatist violence in its Muslim south, Jane’s Intelligence Review, March, pp. 20-25

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Pathan, D. (2008) Army ‘s abuses come home to roost in South, The Nation, published 30 May

Pathan, D. (2008) Is Chavalit fostering false hope in the deep South? The Nation, published 23 September

Pathan, D. (2008) Unofficial talks may fan the flames of insurgency, The Nation, published 24 September

Pathan, D. (2008) Political will lacking to deal with south problem, The Nation, published 25 November

Pathan, D. (2009) A long way to go before peace is possible in the South, The Nation, published 24 July

Pathan, D. (2010) Southern militants have scant desire to negotiate, The Nation, published 19 January, available at http://www.nationmultimedia.com/2010/01/19/opinion/opinion_30120564.php

Pathmanand, U. (2005) Thaksin ‘s Policies Go South, Far Eastern Economic Review, Vol. 168, No. 7, July/August, pp. 8-13

Pathmanand, U. (2006) Thaksin ’s Achilles’ Heel: The Failure of Hawkish Approaches in the Thai South, Critical Asian Studies, Vol. 38, No. 1, pp. 73-93

Permal, S. (2007) Trafficking in the Strait of Malacca , Maritime Studies, Vol. 156, September-October 2007, pp. 6-13

Petty, M .(2009) Thai ‘Yellow Shirts’ say no protests after Sondhi shooting, Reuters, 3 May

Petty, M. (2009) Thailand’s Muslim south gripped by fear, Reuters, 19 June, available at available at http://www.saudigazette.com.sa/index.cfm?method=home.regcon&contentID=2009062041396

Petty, M. (2009) Cloud of suspicion hangs over Thai south schools, Reuters, 22 June

Perret, D. (2007) Some Reflections on Ancient Islamic Tombstones known as Batu Aceh in the Malay World, Indonesia and the Malay World, Vol. 35, No. 103, pp. 313-340

Phasuk, S. (2009) The Malayu Insurgency in Thailand’s Southern Border Provinces, Conflict, Community, and Criminality in Southeast Asia and Australia: Assessments from the Field, A Report of the CSIS Transnational Threats Project, Center for Strategic and International Studies, June, pp. 37-43

Phongpaichit, P. & Baker, C. (2008) The spirits, the stars, and Thai politics, presentation to the Siam Society, 2 December

Phongpaichit, P. & Baker, C. (2002) Thaksin ’s Slide Towards Authoritarianism, Asian Wall Street Journal, 22-24 March

Phongpaichit, P, Piriyarangsan, S. & Treerat, N. (1998) Guns, Girls, Gambling, Ganja, Silkworm Books, Chiang Mai 

Phuket Gazette (2009) Star mayor gunned down in Haad Yai, 18 May

Pichai, U. (2010) Most trafficking victims in Thailand ‘are Burmese”, Burma News International, 4 June, available at http://www.bnionline.net/news/mizzima/8711-most-trafficking-victims-in-thailand-are-burmese.html

Pitsuwan, S. (1988) The Lotus and the Crescent: Clashes of Religious Symbolisms in Southern Thailand in Ethnic Conflict in Buddhist Societies: Sri Lanka , Thailand, and Burma. K. M. de Silva, K. M., Pensri Duke, Ellen S. Goldberg, and Nathan Katz, eds. London: Pinter Publishers; Boulder, Colorado: Westview Press, pp. 187-201

Pojar, D. (2005) Lessons Not Learned: The Rekindling of Thailand’s Pattani Problem, Master’s thesis, Naval Postgraduate School, Monterey, California

Pongsudhirak, T (2006) Thaksin ’s Political Zenith and Nadir, Southeast Asian Affairs 2006, No.1, January

Pongsudhirak, T (2008) Thailand Since the Coup, Journal of Democracy, Vol. 19, No. 4, pp. 140-153

Prachatai.com (2010) Wife of the Disappeared, 30 August, available at http://www.prachatai.com/english/node/1997

Prachatai.com (2010) Briefing note on a torture case raised by Mr Somchai Neelaphaijit before his disappearance: new attempts by police to threaten witnesses, posted 29 October, available at http://www.prachatai.com/english/node/2109

Prachatai.com (2010) NACC’s and DSI’s delay, failure and their favor given to officials allegedly involved with torture giving rise to the enforced disappearance of Lawyer Somchai , posted 28 December, available at http://www.prachatai.com/english/node/2214

Prateepchaikul, V. (2009) Teachers learn grim lesson – a gun is no protection, Bangkok Post 22 May

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Radford, P. (2004) Southern Firebrands, The Diplomat, p14, October-November

Rado, I. (2008) Thaksinomics in Light of the Heterodox View on Economic Development, Journal of Contemporary Eastern Asia, Volume 7, No.1, pp. 19-37

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Rahimmula, C (2004) Peace Resolution: A Case Study of Separatist and Terrorist Movement in Southern Border Provinces of Thailand, Songklanakarin Journal of Social Sciences & Humanities, Vol. 10, No. 1, pp. 98-112

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Rajoo, D.A. (2009) Thai Court clears security officials of misconduct in Tak Bai case, Bernama News, 29 May

Ramakrishna, R. (2005) Delegitimizing Global Jihadi Ideology in Southeast Asia , Contemporary Southeast Asia, Vol. 27, No. 3, pp. 343-369

Rattana, P. (2006) Shattered by horrific events, The Nation, Published 29 April

Rehman, I. (2009) Keeping the Dragon at Bay: India ’s Counter-Containment of China in Asia, Asian Security, Vol. 5, No. 2

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Reuters News (2007) Missing for 25 years after getting on wrong bus, 6 February, available at http://www.reuters.com/article/idUSBKK15581020070206

Reuters News (2008) Thailand to revive controversial war on drugs , 7 February, available at http://in.reuters.com/article/worldNews/idINIndia-31814820080207

Reynolds, C.J. (2006) Seditious Histories: Contesting Thai and Southeast Asian Pasts, University of Washington Press, Seattle

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Sarosi, D. & Sombutpoonsiri, J. (2009) Rule by the Gun: Armed Civilians and Firearms Proliferation in Southern Thailand, Nonviolence International Southeast Asia , May

Satha-Anand, C. (2004) Facing the Demon Within: Fighting Violence in Southern Thailand with Peace Cultures, Bangkok Post, 30 January, available at http://www.transnational.org/SAJT/forum/meet/2004/Satha-Anand_Thailandpeace.html

Satha-Anand, C. (2006) The Silence of the Bullet Monument: Violence and “Truth” Management, Dusun-nyor 1948, and Kru-Ze 2004, Critical Asian Studies, Vol. 38, No. 1, pp. 11-37

Serajul Islam, S. (2004) Recent Violence in Southern Thailand, The Message International, November-December, pp. 44-46

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Soeters, J. L. (2005) Ethnic Conflict and Terrorism; The Origins and Dynamics of Civil Wars, Routledge, New York

Sornsrivichai, V. (unknown) Experience from Thailand’s Deep South Violence, presentation on behalf of the Epidemiology Unit, Prince of Songkhla University, Hat Yai , Thailand

Souchou, Y. (2006) Living Dangerously, The Diplomat, April-May 2006

Steinberg, D.J. ed (1987) In Search of Southeast Asia , Allen & Unwin, Sydney

Stewart, S. (2010) Jihadism and the Importance of Place, Stratfor Global Security and Intelligence Report, 25 March, available at http://www.stratfor.com/weekly/20100324_jihadism_and_importance_place?utm_source=SWeekly&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=100325&utm_content=readmore&elq=82efac48ccf94ae6a64e66a584493854

Storey, I. (2007) Thailand Cracks Down on Southern Militants, Terrorism Monitor, Volume 5, Issue 17, 13 September available at http://www.jamestown.org/single/?no_cache=1&tx_ttnews%5Bswords%5D=8fd5893941d69d0be3f378576261ae3e&tx_ttnews%5Bexact_search%5D=Thailand&tx_ttnews%5Bpointer%5D=1&tx_ttnews%5Btt_news%5D=4399&tx_ttnews%5BbackPid%5D=7&cHash=30251cce60

Storey, I. (2007) Ethnic Seperatism in Southern Thailand: Kingdom Fraying at the Edge? Asia-Pacific Center for Security Studies, March

Storey, I. (2008) Southern Discomfort: Separatist Conflict in the Kingdom of Thailand, Asian Affairs: An American Review, 35(1), pp. 31-52

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Stratfor (2005) Europe Net Assessment 2005, 17 August

Stratfor (2009) The Geopolitics of Thailand: A Kingdom in Flux, 13 May, available at http://www.stratfor.com/memberships/137723/analysis/20090511_geopolitics_thailand_kingdom_flux

Stratfor (2010) Geopolitical Diary: The Forces Behind Thailand’s Chaos, 13 April, available at http://www.stratfor.com/geopolitical_diary/20090412_geopolitical_diary_forces_behind_chaos

Stratfor (2010) Thailand: The Geography of Instability, Stratfor Intelligence Briefs 66/10, 14 April, available at http://www.stratfor.com/analysis/20100413_thailand

Stratfor (2010) Geopolitics, Nationalism and Dual Citizenship, 20 July, available at http://www.stratfor.com/weekly/20100719_geopolitics_nationalism_and_dual_citizenship

Suncharoen, C. (2006) Angkhana ’s Interview, 22 January, Asian Human Rights Commission, available at http://www.ahrc-thailand.net/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=72&lang=en

Sunchindah, A. (2005) The Problems of Thailand’s Deep South in a Southeast-Asian Context, The Indonesian Quarterly, Vol 33, No. 2, pp. 104-115

Sutherland, H. (2003) Southeast Asian History and the Mediterranean Analogy, Journal of Southeast Asian Studies, Vol. 34, No. 1, pp. 1-20

Syukri, I. (2005) History of the Malay Kingdom of Patani (Sejarah Kerajaan Melayu Patani), Silkworm Books, Chiang Mai 

Tadmor, U. (2004) Dialect endangerment: The case of Nonthaburi Malay, Bijdragen tot de Taal-, Land- en Volkenkunde (BKI) 160-4:5, available from http://www.kitlv-journals.nl

Tagliacozzo, E. (2002) Smuggling in Southeast Asia : History and its Contemporary Vectors in an Unbounded Region, Critical Asian Studies, Vol 34, No. 2, pp. 193-220

Talib, N. (2004) Review of Madmarn, M. (1999) The Pondok and the Madrasah in Patani , Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia Press, Bangi, in, Kyoto Review of Southeast Asia , Issue 5 (Islam in Southeast Asia), March

Tansubhapol, B. (2004) Somchai ‘s wife says she has lost all faith in justice system, Bangkok Post, 29 December

Tan-Mullins, May (2006) ‘Voices from Pattani : Fears, suspicion, and confusion’, Critical Asian Studies, Vol. 38, No. 1, pp. 145-150

Tarling, N. (1998) Nations and States in Southeast Asia , Cambridge University Press, Cambridge

Ten Kate, D. (2008) Thailand’s Southern Rebels Return to Spotlight, Asia Sentinel, 17 January, available at www.asiasentinel.com/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=990&Itemid=31

Thai Day (2006) Stolen army weapons found in cache seized in Narathiwat , 21 February

Thai Foreign Office, The Government Public Relations Department (2010) CB Radio Network and Citizens against Bomb Threats, posted 11 March, available at http://thailand.prd.go.th/southern_situation/view_south.php?id=4835

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Thailand News (2008) Killer of Marines dead, June, available at http://155-news.blogspot.com/2008/06/killer-of-marines-dead.html

Thailand News (2008) Police arrest key suspect in southern insurgency, May, available at http://155-news.blogspot.com/2008/05/police-arrest-key-suspect-in-southern.html

Thai Press Reports (2006) Thailand: Fourth Army chief asks Muslim religious leaders for forgiveness for past mistakes, 3 November, available at http://www.accessmylibrary.com/article-1G1-153735400/thailand-fourth-army-chief.html

Thayer, C. A. (unknown) Insurgency in Southern Thailand: Literature Review, available at http://www.scribd.com/doc/17965033/Thayer-Insurgency-in-Southern-Thailand

The Economist (2007) In need of help to douse the flames; Thailand and Malaysia , 17 February, p.61

The Economist (2009) More questions than answers, 14 March, p. 30

The Malaysian Insider (2006) A Wake-up Call to Bangkok , 22 June

The Nation (2003) JI suspects in hearing, 19 November

The Nation (2004) Separatist violence takes new turn in southern Thailand with monk killings, 24 January

The Nation (2004) Missing Lawye: Somchai is dead: Chavalit , 26 March

The Nation (2004) Missing Lawyer: Rogue cop offers to talk, 7 April, available at http://www.nationmultimedia.com/home/2004/04/07/headlines/MISSING-LAWYER-Rogue-cop-offers-to-talk-96720.html

The Nation (2004) Surveillance Cameras for the South, 17 April

The Nation (2004) Southern Carnage: Kingdom Shaken, 29 April

The Nation (2004) Militant: The changing tone of the insurgency in the South, 4 August

The Nation (2004) Tak Bai Protest: 78 perished in custody, 27 October

The Nation (2005) Thai forces chief comments on situation in south, 26 January

The Nation (2005) No Thai Rak Thai fever in the troubled South, 8 February

The Nation (2005) Do not oversimplify the southern troubles, 27 June

The Nation (2005) Why the turning point never came, 16 July

The Nation (2005) Pattani Temple Murders: Monk and two teenagers slain, 17 October

The Nation (2006) Army chief admits agencies are using ‘blacklists ‘ in South, 26 April

The Nation (2006) Alone in the shadow of militants, 21 May

The Nation (2006) Hopelessly adrift in the stormy south, 23 May

The Nation (2006) South militancy has been years in making, 30 May

The Nation (2006) Govt shrugs off NRC final report, 7 June, available at http://nationmultimedia.com/2006/06/07/regional/regional_30005908.php

The Nation (2006) No more room for incompetence, 23 June

The Nation (2006) ‘South an elusive ‘spider’s web’ for generals, 6 September

The Nation (2006) ‘Insurgency ‘has crossed a new threshold’, 19 September

The Nation (2006) DSI gets serious over Somchai , 28 September, available at http://www.nationmultimedia.com/2006/09/28/national/national_30014830.php

The Nation (2006) Thaksin aide link to kidnap of Somchai , 1 November, available at http://www.nationmultimedia.com/2006/11/01/headlines/headlines_30017708.php

The Nation (2006) Police unit withdrawn after crowd surrounds Yala school, 6 November, available at http://www.nationmultimedia.com/2006/11/06/headlines/headlines_30018177.php

The Nation (2006) No end in sight to violence in south, 9 November

The Nation (2006) PULO alleges targeted killings, 15 December

The Nation (2007) Rest in peace, kru Juling , 9 January

The Nation (2007) Royals preside over Juling ‘s funeral, 17 January

The Nation (2007) PM accepts M’sian offer to broker peace talks, 17 February

The Nation (2007) Scars of Krue Se bloodbath refuse to go away, 28 April

The Nation (2007) Harsh realities mar peace efforts in South, 16 May

The Nation (2007) Schools aim to rise from ashes, 21 May

The Nation (2007) Crisis in south rooted in ethnic Malay identity, 22 June

The Nation (2007) ‘Pushing people towards the insurgents’, 23 August

The Nation (2007) Part II: Locals cling to hopes of a solution in South, 24 August

The Nation (2007) Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea, 3 September

The Nation (2007) Police discover 22 small bombs around Hat Yai , 7 October, available at http://www.nationmultimedia.com/2007/10/07/pda/national_30051589.html

The Nation (2007) No progress in checking unrest, 29 December

The Nation (2008) Insurgents make it clear there is no neutral ground, 18 March

The Nation (2008) Odd silence on the south, 18 March

The Nation (2008) Lessons from the southern insurgency not learned, 20 March

The Nation (2008) Deep south insurgency puts strain on Thai-Malay relations, 26 April

The Nation (2008) Officials hit hard in South, 12 August

The Nation (2008) The South is a long way from Bangkok, 29 October

The Nation (2008) No time for complacency in the South, 5 November

The Nation (2009) 5yr insurgency quelling costs Thailand $3b: research, 19 January

The Nation (2009) Troubled Thailand, 11 February, available at http://www.nationmultimedia.com/2009/02/11/headlines/headlines_30095432.php

The Nation (2009) Missing lawyer’s wife wants court injunction, 18 March

The Nation (2009) Muslims, Buddhists condemn killings of 2 old women in Pattani, 21 May

The Nation (2009) Thousands of insurgents in far South: Suthep, 22 May

The Nation (2009) Fear grips Yala after series of bomb and fire attacks, 28 May

The Nation (2009) Thai Court clears Security Officials of misconduct in Tak Bai massacre, 29 May

The Nation (2009) Govt to spend Bt63 billion to develop deep South in four-year plan, 29 May

The Nation (2009) 11 killed in brutal Narathiwat mosque massacre, 9 June

The Nation (2009) Buddhist man wanted over Narathiwat mosque massacre, 11 August

The Nation (2009) Fugitive suspect sues investigators of Sondhi ’s case, 31 August

The Nation (2010) Suspected Killers of Juling gunned down, 16 February, available at http://www.nationmultimedia.com/home/2010/02/16/national/Suspected-Killers-of-Juling-gunned-down-30122651.html

The Nation (2010) Army chief compromises on GT200 use, 20 February, available at http://www.nationmultimedia.com/home/2010/02/20/politics/Army-chief-compromises-on-GT200-use-30123017.html

The Nation (2010) Malay-Muslims don’t recognise our state, 30 March, available at http://www.nationmultimedia.com/home/2010/03/30/opinion/Malay-Muslims-don&039;t-recognise-our-state-30125867.html

The Nation (publishing date unknown) Tak Bai and Krue Se Report, available at www.nationmultimedia.com/specials/takbai/p1.htm and www.nationmultimedia.com/specials/takbai/p2.htm

The Observatory (2006) Thailand – Somchai abduction trial: Justice granted or justice denied? No. 437/2, January

The Sydney Morning Herald (2005) Thaksin claims historic re-election victory, 7 February

The Sydney Morning Herald (2009) ‘Torpedo’ gets 18 years for insulting king, 28 August

Thianthai, C. & Thompson, E. (2007) Thai Perceptions of the ASEAN region: Southeast Asia as Prathet Phuean Ban, Asian Studies Review, Vol. 31, pp. 41-60

The Straits Times (2009) Gun economy rules Thai south, 28 August

The Tribune (2004) Attack on Thai police posts; 95 killed, 28 April, available at http://www.tribuneindia.com/2004/20040429/main2.htm

Thiewsangwan, P. (2005) Tak Bai Fallout: Transferred generals still eligible for command, The Nation, 8 March, available at http://www.nationmultimedia.com/option/print.php?newsid=112929

Ulph, S. (2005) Malaysia and Thailand Wrangle over Chief Terrorist, Terrorism Focus, Vol. 2, No. 3, available at http://www.jamestown.org/programs/gta/single/?tx_ttnews%5Btt_news%5D=205&tx_ttnews%5BbackPid%5D=238&no_cache=1

Ungpakorn, J.G. (2003) Radicalising Thailand: New Political Perspectives, available at http://www.2519.net/autopage/show_page.php?t=4&s_id=3&d_id=3

Ungpakorn, J. (2008) Straight to the Point: Only Accountability Can Stop State Murders, Prachathai.com, 9 April, available at http://www.prachatai.com/english/node/578

UNICEF (2008) Everyday Fears: A study of children’s perceptions of living in the southern border area of Thailand, United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF), Bangkok , Thailand

Upward, J. (2006) Insurgency in Southern Thailand: The cause of conflict and the perception of threat, available at http://www.ballarat.edu.au/ard/bssh/school/capstone/Jeff%20Upward.pdf

Utitsarn, K. (2007) Insurgency in 3 Provinces in Southern Part of Thailand, United States Army War College Strategy Research Project, March

Valentine, A. (2005) Leveraging Emerging Technologies in Southern Thailand, Master’s thesis, Naval Postgraduate School, Monterey, California

Valsesia, A.C. (2007) Thailand: insurgency in the South, Equilibri.net, 19 May, available at http://uk.equilibri.net/article/6794/Thailand__insurgency_in_the_South

Vanijaka, V (2009) Tak Bai verdict: Legally Correct, Bangkok Post, 31 May

Virgoe, J (2008) Thailand’s Southern Fix, Open Democracy, 17 November, available at http://www.opendemocracy.net/article/thailand-s-islamist-militarist-squeeze

Vimonsuknopparat, S. (2004) Eyewitness: Thai violence aftermath, BBC News, 12 May, available at http://news.bbc.co.uk/go/pr/fr/-/2/hi/asia-pacific/3703135.stm

Waewklaihong, C. (undated) Muslim leader says oil mafia hires killers, sows unrest, available at http://www.seasite.niu.edu/trans/thai/pages/TranslationProject/a101_120/a115.htm

Watson, D. (2008) American Journeys, Random House, Sydney

Wattana, S. (2006) Islam, radicalism, and violence in Southern Thailand: Berjihad di Patani and the 28 April 2004 attacks, Critical Asian Studies, Volume 38, No 1, pp. 119-144

Wheeler, M. (2010) Understanding Thailand’s political crisis, Asian Conflicts Reports, Council on Asian Transnational Threat Research, March, pp. 3-4

Williams, E. (2005) Thailand – Islamic Rebellion, Foreign Correspondent, ABC Television Australia, broadcast 16 August, transcript available at http://www.abc.net.au/foreign/content/2005/s1442866.htm

Working Group on Justice for Peace (2008) “Human Rights under Attack”: Overview of the human rights situation in Southern Thailand, March

World Bulletin (2009) Patani capital: Istanbul, 4 December, available at http://www.worldbulletin.net/news_detail.php?id=50818

Wright, J.J. (1991) The Balancing Act: A History of Modern Thailand, Asia Books, Bangkok 

Wright-Neville, D. (2004) Dangerous dynamics: activists, militants and terrorists in Southeast Asia , The Pacific Review, Vol. 17 No. 1, March, pp. 27-46

Wyatt, D. K. (2003) Thailand: A Short History (Second Edition), Yale University Press, New Haven

Wyatt, D. K. (2001) Relics, oaths and politics in thirteenth-century Siam , Journal of Southeast Asian Studies, Vol. 32, No. 1, pp. 3-65

Interview with Samak Sundaravej (as Prime Minister of Thailand), available at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DuoqLiLSgnI

Yusuf, I. & Scmidt, L.P. (2006) Understanding Conflict and Approaching Peace in Southern Thailand (Second Revised Edition), Konrad Adenauer Stiftung, Bangkok 

Yusuf, I. (2007) Faces of Islam in Southern Thailand, Working Paper No. 7, East-West Center Washington, March

Yusuf, I. (2007) The Southern Thailand Conflict and the Muslim World, Journal of Muslim Minority Affairs, Vol. 27, No. 2, pp. 320-339

Zeihan, P. (2009) The Geography of Recession, Stratfor, 2 June, available at http://www.stratfor.com/weekly/20090602_geography_recession?utm_source=9AP25&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=WIFLSFI9AP25091229151087

Zubir, M. (2008) The strategic value of the Strait of Malacca , 6 October, available at http://www.mima.gov.my/mima/htmls/papers/pdf/mokhzani/strategic-value.pdf

A list of further readings from the Center for Southeast Asian Studies at Northern Illinois University that may overlap the above list is available here, while a contempory set of readings (that may again overlap my list) is in the images below.