Greg Raymond is a Research Fellow in the Strategic and Defence Studies Centre at the Australian National University and the author of Thai Military Power: A Culture of Strategic Accommodation (NIAS Press, 2018).
What the rest of Asia thinks about China’s Belt and Road Initiative
A better sense of South-South cooperation helps understand the direction of China’s trillion-dollar flagship.
Military on the front line in Thai election
An ex-army general poised to become prime minister and a junta-manipulated constitution has many Thais fired up.
Learning to trust: Lessons from Thailand, the US and China
Attitudes about friend or foe shift dramatically when countries work together on a serious security problem.
Thailand: The case for optimism
A clean, elected, non-Thaksin Thailand government might be able to walk a narrow path by pursuing more progressive social and economic policy without offending the powerful elites.
A revived Quad won't help Australia
Australia has a perfect right to form associations, groupings, dialogues and alliances with whomever it chooses. But wise statecraft does not deal only with entitlements and…