Political Charge in Thailand: An Interview with Duncan McCargo
Georgetown University. School of Foreign Service
GJAA covers topics pertinent to Central, Northeast, Southeast, and South Asia, combining policy prescriptions, academic research, and pedagogical insights on Asia.The Journal sat down with Duncan McCargo, Professor of Political Science at the University of Leeds, to hear his views on the 2014 Thai military coup and learn more about his current research projects. Dr. McCargo has a shared appointment at Columbia University and is also the president of the European Association for Southeast Asian Studies (EuroSEAS). In this interview, Dr. McCargo discusses his work on the nature of power and political elites, the prospects for political growth in Thailand, and the future of academic research on Southeast Asia.
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