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Separatist Insurgency In Southern Thailand: An Approach To Peacemaking

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This chapter first examines the history of conflict between the Malay-Muslims and the Thai government. It discusses the current phase of the conflict. The chapter then talks about a framework through which one can better understand the underlying drivers of the conflict with an eye toward relying on that framework to identify peacemaking initiatives. It also examines three different approaches to war-stopping and peacemaking on the part of the Thai government. Finally, the chapter considers what can be done to transform the latest iteration of the conflict from a system characterized by daily violence to one of sustainable peace.

Keywords: Malay-Muslim insurgency; peacemaking process; Thai government; war-stopping process



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