Defiance and Democracy: Understanding the Thai Protest Movement

January 21, 2021 01:01:40
Defiance and Democracy: Understanding the Thai Protest Movement
Events at USIP
Defiance and Democracy: Understanding the Thai Protest Movement

Jan 21 2021 | 01:01:40

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Show Notes

USIP held a discussion on the underlying political dynamics that are driving this current movement—as well as a look at the tactics the protestors have deployed to mobilize in Thailand’s restrictive environment, where the protest movement may go from here, and how the U.S. government might constructively respond.

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