Publications: Southern Thai Conflict

Books

Duncan McCargo, Mapping national anxieties: Thailand’s southern conflict, Copenhagen: NIAS Press 2011.

Tearing apart the land: Islam and legitimacy in southern Thailand, Ithaca NY and London: Cornell University Press, 2008 (Southeast Asian edition by NUS Press, Singapore, 2009; Thai translation, Bangkok: Kobfai).

Rethinking Thailand’s southern violence (edited) Singapore: NUS Press, 2007

Book Chapters

Duncan McCargo, ‘Patani Militant Leaflets and the Use of History’, in Patrick Jory (ed.) Ghosts of the Past in Southern Thailand: Essays on the History and Historiography of Patani, Singapore: National University of Singapore Press, 2013, pp. 277–297.

‘Southern Thailand: the trouble with autonomy’, in Michelle Ann Miller (ed.), Autonomy and Armed Separatism in South and Southeast Asia, Singapore: ISEAS 2012, pp. 216–33.

‘Troubled by Muslims? Thailand’s declining tolerance’, in S. Sayyid and AbdoolKarim Vakil (eds), Thinking through Islamophobia: global perspectives, New York: Columbia University Press, 2010, pp. 231–4.

‘Alternative understandings of the southern conflict’, in John Funston (ed.), Thaksin’s Thailand: populism and polarisation, Bangkok: ISIS, Chulalongkorn University and Canberra: National Thai Studies Centre, ANU, 2009, pp. 83–99.

‘Buddhist democracy on trial: Thailand’s southern conflict’ in Imtiyaz Yusuf and Canan Atilgan (eds), Religion and democracy in Thailand, Bangkok: Konrad Adenauer Stiftung, 2008, pp. 62–79.

‘Introduction. Behind the slogans: unpacking Patani merdeka’, in Duncan McCargo (ed.), Rethinking Thailand’s southern violence, Singapore: NUS Press, 2007, pp. 3–102.

‘Thaksin and the resurgence of violence in the Thai south’ in Duncan McCargo (ed.), Rethinking Thailand’s southern violence, Singapore: NUS Press, 2007, pp. 35–68.

‘Postscript: no end in sight?’ in Duncan McCargo (ed.), Rethinking Thailand’s southern violence, Singapore: NUS Press, 2007, pp. 165–73.

Journal Articles

 

Duncan McCargo, ‘Informal citizens: graduated citizenship in southern Thailand’, Ethnic and Racial Studies 34, 5 (2011): 833–49.

Srisompob Jitpiromsri) and Duncan McCargo, ‘The southern Thai conflict six years on: insurgency, not just crime’, Contemporary Southeast Asia 32, 2 (2010): 156–83.

Duncan McCargo, ‘Thailand’s twin fires’, Survival 52, 4 (2010): 5–12.

‘Autonomy for southern Thailand: thinking the unthinkable?’, Pacific Affairs 18, 2 (2010): 261–81.

‘Thailand’s National Reconciliation Commission: a flawed response to the southern conflict’, Global Change, Peace and Security 22, 1 (2010): 75–91.

‘Co-optation and resistance in Thailand’s Muslim south: the changing role of Islamic Council elections’, Government and Opposition 45, 1 (2010): 99–113.

‘Mapping national anxieties: Thailand’s southern conflict’, RUSI Journal 154, 3 (2009): 54–61.

‘Thai Buddhism, Thai Buddhists and the southern conflict’, Journal of Southeast Asian Studies 40, 1 (2009): 1–10.

‘The politics of Buddhist identity in Thailand’s deep south: the demise of civic religion?’ Journal of Southeast Asian Studies 40, 1 (2009): 11–32.

Srisompob Jitpiromsri and Duncan McCargo, ‘A ministry for the south? New governance proposals for Thailand’s troubled region’, Contemporary Southeast Asia 30, 3 (2008): 403–28.

Duncan McCargo, ‘Communicating Thailand’s southern conflict: media alternatives’, Journal of International Communication 12, 2 (2006): 19–34.

‘Introduction: rethinking Thailand’s southern violence’, Critical Asian Studies 38, 1 (2006): 3–9.

‘Thaksin and the resurgence of violence in the Thai south: network monarchy strikes back?’ Critical Asian Studies 38, 1 (2006): 39–71.

Special Journal Issues

‘Thai Buddhists and the South’, Journal of Southeast Asian Studies 40, 1 (2009).

‘Patani Merdeka: Thailand’s Southern Fire’, Critical Asian Studies 38, 1 (2006).

Policy Report

Duncan McCargo, Southern Thailand: From Conflict to Negotiations? Lowy Analysis Paper, 23 April 2014, Sydney: Lowy Institute.