International Affairs

Kevin Downey

Associate Professor Dr.Chanintira na Thalang
Address: Faculty of Political Science, Thammasat University, Tha Prachan, Bangkok 10200
Telephone: 02-613-2301

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PhD. in Politics, University of Bristol, Thesis Title: ‘State, Society and Social Control in Indonesia: A comparative study in the cases of East Timor and Aceh’
MSc. in Development, Administration and Planning, University of Bristol
B.A. (2nd Hons), Chulalongkorn University

PO 330 Politics and Government of Southeast Asia
PO 371 Southeast Asian Affairs
PO 427 Seminar on Ethnicity and Political Problems in Southeast Asia
IR 601 Scope and Research Methods in International Relations

Chanintira na Thalang. 2019. “The State of International Relations (IR) as a Discipline in Southeast Asian Studies in        Thailand. In International Relations as a Discipline in Thailand: theory and sub-fields, edited by Chanintira na            Thalang,Soravis Jayanama and Jittipat Poonkham, 173-193, London and New York: Routledge.
Chanintira na Thalang. 2019. “Why are conceptual and theoretical discussions more common in Thai politics than in        IR in Thailand? Comparing and reflecting on the state and status of politics and IR in Thailand.” In International          Relations as a Discipline in Thailand: theory and sub-fields, edited by Chanintira na Thalang, Soravis Jayanama        and Jittipat Poonkham, 230-239, London and New York: Routledge.
Chanintira na Thalang and Pinn Siraprapasiri. 2016. “ASEAN’s (Non-) Role in Settling Ethnic Conflicts in Southeast        Asia: Obstacles to Institutionalisation.” In Institutionalizing East Asia Mapping and Reconfiguring Regional                  Cooperation, edited by Alice D. Ba, Cheng-Chwee Kuik and Sueo Sudo, 131-155, Oxford and New York:                  Routledge.

Chanintira na Thalang. ‘Advancing Global IR from Thailand: making the most of geographical location,
     the dominance of mainstream IR theories and policy-oriented research,’ (under review).
Chanintira na Thalang. ‘The State of IR in Southeast Asia: Heavily Western but Still Evolving – the Conclusion,’
     (under review).
Yong-Soo Eun, Amitav Acharya and Chanintira na Thalang. 2021. ‘Unpacking the dynamics of weak states’ agency.’
     The Pacific Review.
Chanintira na Thalang. 2021. ‘Making sense of Thailand’s agency in changing global and regional environments.’ The
     Pacific Review.
Chanintira na Thalang and Chontida Auikool. 2019. ‘Opportunities for inter-ethno-religious engagement in Thailand’s
     southern border provinces.’ Asian Ethnicity 20 (3): 348-363.
Chanintira na Thalang and Chontida Auikool. 2018. ‘The Immobility Paradox in Thailand’s Southern Border
     Provinces.’ Southeast Asia Research 26 (4): 315–329.
Chanintira na Thalang and Pinn Siraprapasiri. 2017 ‘The Politics of Peace Negotiations: Comparing Aceh and
     Thailand’s Southern Border Provinces.’ Asian Survey 57 (4): 690-715.
Chanintira na Thalang. 2017. ‘“An Honest Broker?” Malaysia’s Role in Two Southeast Asian Insurgencies.’ Australian
     Journal of International Affairs 71 (4): 389-404.
Pinn Siraprapasiri and Chanintira na Thalang. 2016. “Towards the ASEAN Community: Assessing the Knowledge,          Attitudes, and Aspirations of Thai University Students.” Journal of Current Southeast Asian Affairs 35 (2): 113–14.
Yuki Fukuoka and Chanintira na Thalang. 2014. “The Legislative and Presidential Elections in Indonesia in                    2014.” Electoral Studies 36: 230-235.
Chanintira na Thalang. 2012. “Parliamentary elections in Thailand, July 2011.” Electoral Studies 31 (3): 633-636.
Chanintira na Thalang. 2009. “The Fluidity of Nationalistic and Ethnic Aspirations in Aceh.” Nations and Nationalism        15 (2): 319-339.
Chanintira na Thalang. 2005. “The Presidential Elections in Indonesia, July and September 2004.” Electoral Studies        24 (4): 755-761.
Chanintira na Thalang. 2005. “The Legislative Elections in Indonesia, April 2004.” Electoral Studies 24 (2): 326-332.

Editorial Board Member, Asian Security (June 2021- present)
Associate Editor, Thammasat Review Journal (March 2018-present)
Editorial Board Member, Routledge ‘IR Theory and Practice in Asia’ (November 2018-present)