Refreshing U.S.-Thai Relations
March 25, 2009
The Asia Foundation’s International Relations Director John Brandon, “Asia’s Emerging Regional Architecture and Implications for US-Southeast Asia Relations,” which will be included in the forthcoming book, Refreshing U.S.-Thai Relations. His chapter provides an appraisal of current relations and a look to the future as new administrations take office in both countries. It is now available online. Published by ISIS-Thailand, the book features contributions from the field on U.S.-Thai relations, as well as reflections from discussions at January’s conference on U.S.-Thai relations held in Cha-am. The hardcopy version of the publication is set for release on Friday.
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