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Chachavalpongpun, Pavin

Center for Southeast Asian Studies (CSEAS) Associate Professor

Chachavalpongpun, Pavin
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    Last Updated :2023/09/22

    Basic Information

    Academic Degree

    • 修士(政策科学)(埼玉大学)
    • Ph.D.(University of London)

    Language of Instruction

    • Japanese
    • English
    • Thai
    • French

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      Research

      Research Topics, Overview of the research

      • Research Topics

        Thai Politics, Foreign Policy and International Relations, Comparative Politics, Politics of Myanmar and Indochinese States, Nationalism, National Security, Asian International Relations, ASEAN Integration, Policy Studies, Public and Social Policy. Currently, I am working on two projects: one is on the political developments in Thailand in post-Bhumibol period by comparing the reign of King Bhumibol (Rama IX) with Rama X, and the other on the political reforms of Myanmar.
      • Overview of the research

        TOPIC 1:

        In the first project, I will be looking at the role of monarchy in politics, investigating the current reign of King Bumibol Adulyadej in order to project the future of the monarchy under the next king. King Bhumibol's flourishing reign had been magical. Royal courtiers, institutions with vested interests in the monarchy and conventional educators embarked on constructing the “neo-royalism”, even when its content remained essentially traditional.The embodiment of the “neo-royalism” rests on three important characteristics; “being sacred, popular and democratic But methods, approaches and conceptualisations behind the process of image generation can be at times paradoxical and muddy. King Bhumibol was sacralised and transformed into Dhammaraja, or god-king,encapsulated within protective walls of lèse-majesté law that forbids insults and defamations against him. Yet, he was a popular Dhammaraja who was down-to-earth and people-centric. Similarly, Bhumibol's portrayal of a democratic king was consistently painted despite the fact that his periodic political interventions had exposed his disdain of democratic governments.The three characteristics serve not only as a measurement for the success of the King, but also as a useful instrument to forecast the future of Thai monarchy after Bhumibol passes from the scene.sacred and popular effectively enhanced the divine power of Bhumibol, therefore levelling up both his charisma, or barami, and his moral authority.It is this moral authority that had in turn augmented his political weights,occasionally exploited to destabilise threatening civilian regimes,Ironically in the name of protecting democracy and maintaining stability.But the formula for a successful reign based on the three characteristics seems to have lately fallen apart at the seams, as Thailand is approaching the end of the Bhumibol era. Palace propaganda based on exceeding glorifications of Bhumibol through national education and mainstream printed and visual media has molded the persona of the King into one rigid embodiment; anything less than this will not be accepted.This poses a great challenge for the next monarch, Crown Prince Vajiralongkorn, the sole heir apparent , who will undoubtedly be unable to follow in the footsteps of his charismatic father.The likely failure to match up the charisma and divinity to the level Bhumibol had long enjoyed represents a key obstacle for Vajiralongkorn. They are non-transferable traits and personal properties.But a greater obstacle lies in the fact that Vajiralongkorn will not be able to fully command politics due to the lack of moral authority as much as the lack of support from the inner circles of the palace.


        This study deals with the concept of “neo-royalism”, in a specific context of the twilight of the Bhumibol period, to explicate the current political position of the royal institution.The primary objective is to employ such concept to assess the position of the king-in-waiting and eventually to project the future of the monarchy.The main argument is that the concept of “neo-royalism”, based on the unsurpassed qualities of Bhumibol, relentlessly promoted by royalists, is a dangerous entrapment for the next king , and indeed, for the monarchical institution and its entire network.More, the undemocratic nature of the royal power has increasingly become incompatible with, or even antithetical to, the changing political environment in Thailand.This situation produces a dilemma for the next king.Vajiralongkorn could either insist on consolidating his political power despite his obvious deficits in the three characteristics--and thus an expected failure as well as a possible bold rejection from the public and even among some conservative royalists--or to undergo major reforms of the monarchy , placing it strictly within the border of the constitution in order to save his throne.The recent political initiative of Vajiralongkorn during the political crisis of 2013-2014 seemed to suggest that he might have favoured the reforms, given his limited political capital and capabilities. placing it strictly within the border of the constitution in order to save his throne.The recent political initiative of Vajiralongkorn during the political crisis of 2013-2014 seemed to suggest that he might have favoured the reforms,given his limited political capital and capabilities.placing it strictly within the border of the constitution in order to save his throne.The recent political initiative of Vajiralongkorn during the political crisis of 2013-2014 seemed to suggest that he might have favoured the reforms, given his limited political capital and capabilities.


        TOPIC 2:


        The Relationship between Thailand and the United States: Thailand is the United States’ oldest ally in Asia. The two countries signed the Treaty of Amity and Commerce in 1836 which served as a foundation for strong bilateral ties. It is evident that the United States’ amicable relations with Siamese kings assisted greatly in strengthening the power of the throne. Bilateral relations were progressively solidified particularly during the Cold War when the two nations cooperated in their attempt to combat the threat of communism, even when Washington openly supported a series of despotic regimes in Thailand against democratic forces. King Bhumibol Adulyadej, Thailand's most powerful and revered monarch, was reinvented into an all-time US protagonist. As Bhumibol strove to maintain his royal political hegemony, the US was ready to lend its support to Bhumibol’s “network monarchy” of which Washington became a kind of member ex officio. Washington invested massively in Bhumibol throughout the Cold War. But when the Cold War was over and the Thai political landscape changed drastically, the United Stated was rooted to the old network of the ailing king.

        This study examines the ties between the United States and the authoritative institution of Thailand – the monarchy. The speaker discusses how the United States has willingly become a part of Thailand’s domestic political struggles which pitted the dominant monarchy against democratic institutions. Perceiving the monarchy as the highest institution, Washington put all of its egg in that one basket as a way to defend its interests of power in the kingdom. Hence, when new political alternatives emerged on the Thai political scene, the United States remained reluctant to engage with them for fear that it could joepardise its intimate relations with the monarchy. Additionally, with the rise of China, a question must be asked: What must the United States do to maintain its influence over this old ally in Southeast Asia?

      Research Areas

      • Humanities & social sciences, Philosophy and ethics

      Papers

      • Neo-royalism and the Future of the Thai Monarchy From Bhumibol to Vajiralongkorn
        Pavin Chachavalpongpun
        ASIAN SURVEY, Nov. 2015, Peer-reviewed
      • The Politics of International Sanctions: The 2014 Coup in Thailand
        Pavin Chachavalpongpun
        Journal of International Studies, Dec. 2014, Peer-reviewed, Invited
      • The Monarchy in Thailand: At a Critical Royal Transition
        Pavin Chachavalpongpun
        Working Paper Series City University of Hong Konf, Jun. 2013, Peer-reviewed, Invited
      • Thailand’s Red Networks: From Street Forces to Eminent Civil Society Coalitions
        Pavin Chachavalpongpun
        Occasional paper Freiburg University, Apr. 2013, Peer-reviewed, Invited
      • Killing in the Name of the King: Thailand’s Political Developments since Thaksin’s Downfall
        Pavin Chachavalpongpun
        at SOAS, London, UK, 14 January 2013, 2013, Peer-reviewed
      • Temple of Doom: Thai-Cambodian Conflicts and the Role of ASEAN
        Pavin Chachavalpongpun
        at SOAS, 7 March 2013, 2013, Peer-reviewed
      • A 'UNITED' COMMUNITY IN A DIVIDED REGION: SOUTHEAST ASIA, JAPAN, CHINA, AND EAST ASIAN COMMUNITY
        Pavin Chachavalpongpun
        JAPAN'S STRATEGIC CHALLENGES IN A CHANGING REGIONAL ENVIRONMENT, 2013, Peer-reviewed
      • Thai-Cambodian Conflict: The Failure of ASEAN's Dispute Settlement Mechanisms
        Pavin Chachavalpongpun
        Asian Journal of Peacebuilding, 2013, Peer-reviewed, Invited
      • The Vexing Strategic Tug-of-War over Naypyidaw: ASEAN’s View of the Sino-Burmese Ties
        Pavin Chachavalpongpun
        Journal of Current Southeast Asian Affairs, Sep. 2012, Peer-reviewed
      • Embittered History: Unending Conflicts in Thai-Cambodian Relations
        Pavin Chachavalpongpun
        Asian Affairs, Mar. 2012, Peer-reviewed
      • Thaksin’s Homecoming: Yes? No? So What?
        Pavin Chachavalpongpun
        at FCCHK, 18 June 2012, 2012, Peer-reviewed
      • Two Years after the Deadly Crackdowns
        Pavin Chachavalpongpun
        at ISEAS, Singapore, Singapore, 2012, Peer-reviewed
      • Thailand’s Minority Report: Obscuring Truth, Obstructing Reconciliation
        Pavin Chachavalpongpun
        Singapore’s Institute of Southeast Asian Studies (ISEAS), 11 October 2012, 2012, Peer-reviewed
      • Thailand’s Domestic Crisis
        Pavin Chachavalpongpun
        at Cambodian Institute for Cooperation and Peace, at the invitation of HRH Prince Norodom Sirivudh, Phnom Penh, Cambodia, 20 November 2012, 2012, Peer-reviewed
      • Bangkok may 2010: Perspectives on a divided Thailand
        M.J. Montesano; P. Chachavalpongpun; A. Chongvilaivan
        Bangkok May 2010: Perspectives on a Divided Thailand, 2012, Peer-reviewed
      • The rich, the powerful and the banana man: The United States\\' position in the Thai crisis
        P. Chachavalpongpun
        Bangkok May 2010: Perspectives on a Divided Thailand, 2012, Peer-reviewed
      • Burma as ASEAN Chair of 2014: Interests, Agendas and a Road to Redemption
        Pavin Chachavalpongpun
        2012
      • Conclusion
        Robert Dreicer; Judd W. Moul
        UROLOGY, Nov. 2011, Peer-reviewed
      • The Necessity of Enemies in Thailand's Troubled Politics The Making of Political "Otherness"
        Pavin Chachavalpongpun
        ASIAN SURVEY, Nov. 2011, Peer-reviewed
      • Competing Diplomacies: Sino-American Rivalry in Thailand
        Pavin Chachavalpongpun
        Southeast Asian Affairs 2011, Jun. 2011
      • How does the United States play into the East Asia summit for ASEAN?
        P. Chachavalpongpun
        ASEAN-U.S. Relations: What Are the Talking Points?, 2011, Peer-reviewed
      • Look east meets look west: Indian-Southeast Asian relations in flux
        P. Chachavalpongpun
        International Spectator, 2011, Peer-reviewed
      • Reinventing Thailand: Thaksin and his foreign policy
        P. Chachavalpongpun
        Reinventing Thailand: Thaksin and His Foreign Policy, 2010, Peer-reviewed
      • A fading wave, sinking tide? A Southeast Asian perspective on the Korean wave
        P. Chachavalpongpun
        Koreas Changing Roles in Southeast Asia: Expanding Influence and Relations, 2010, Peer-reviewed
      • Thailand-Myanmar relations: Old animosity in a new bilateral setting
        P. Chachavalpongpun
        International Relations in Southeast Asia: Between Bilateralism and Multilateralism, 2010, Peer-reviewed
      • The last bus to Naypyidaw
        P. Chachavalpongpun
        Myanmar/Burma: Inside Challenges, Outside Interests, 2010, Peer-reviewed
      • Myanmar: Life after Nargis
        P. Chachavalpongpun; M. Thuzar
        Myanmar: Life After Nargis, 2009, Peer-reviewed
      • Thailand
        P. Chachavalpongpun
        Southeast Asia in a New Era: Ten Countries, One Region in ASEAN, 2009, Peer-reviewed

      Misc.

      • Coup, King, Crisis: What’s Next for Thailand?
        Pavin Chachavalpongpun
        International Workshop on “Political Developments in Thailand”, organised by the Southeast Asia Research Center, City University of Hong Kong, May 2015, Peer-reviewed, Invited
      • Thailand’s New Media Landscape: The Impacts of Political Crisis and Democracy
        Pavin Chachavalpongpun
        International Conference on “Multiple Lives of “Democracy”: from Europe to Asia-Pacific”, co-organised by Tallinn University and Taiwan Foundation for Democracy, Apr. 2014, Invited
      • Human Security in Myanmar: Caught between “Security” Discourse and Western Advocacy
        Pavin Chachavalpongpun
        International Academic Symposium on “Myanmar in Reform 2013”, organised by Faculty of Social Sciences, HKU; Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung, Singapore; and Centre for Myanmar Studies, Yunnan University, Jun. 2013, Invited
      • Human Security in Myanmar: Caught between “Security” Discourse and Western Advocacy
        Pavin Chachavalpongpun
        conference “Asian Solutions to Asian Problems? Bringing Together Development and Human Security in Asia”, at Ewha Womans University, Seoul, Korea, May 2013, Invited
      • Responsibility to Protect in Southeast Asia: Enlarging Space for Civil Society”, paper presented at the conference
        Pavin Chachavalpongpun
        conference “Project Southeast Asia”, at Oxford University, United Kingdom, Mar. 2013, Invited
      • Japan-ASEAN Relations: The East Asian Community and the China Factor
        Pavin Chachavalpongpun
        International Workshop on “ASEAN-Japan Research Project”, co-organised by Institute of Southeast Asian Studies and GRIPS, 05 Oct. 2012, Peer-reviewed
      • Deep, Ambition High: Thailand’s Position in the GMS, Twenty Years On
        Pavin Chachavalpongpun
        International Conference on “The Third Southwest Forum: Review and Preview on Two Decades of GMS Cooperation”, co-organised by GMS Study Centre Yunnan University, East Asia Institute of National University of Singapore, GMS Tertiary Education Consortium a, 14 Sep. 2012
      • ASEAN Chairmanship in 2014: Salvation, Legitimacy and Interests
        Pavin Chachavalpongpun
        International Conference on “Myanmar in Reform 2012”, co-organised by the University of Hong Kong, the Institute of Southeast Asian Studies in Yunnan, the Konrad Adenauer Stiftung, and the Habibie Centre, 18 Jun. 2012
      • Review of Divided Over Thaksin: Thailand's Coup and Problematic Transition
        Pavin Chachavalpongpun
        SINGAPORE ECONOMIC REVIEW, Jun. 2012
      • Mission Possible? The Realisation of the SEANWFN Protocol
        Pavin Chachavalpongpun
        International Workshop on “Nuclear Challenges in Southeast Asia: Promoting Cooperation and Consensus, jointly organised by University of Canterbury (New Zealand) and Naval Postgraduate School (USA), the Stimson Centre, the Defence Threat Reduction Agency,, 18 Apr. 2012
      • Order à la Southeast Asia: In Search of a Relevant Security Discourse
        Pavin Chachavalpongpun
        International Workshop on “Rethinking Theory and Practice of International Relations in East Asia: Toward a Multi-lineal Order”, organised by the Osaka School of International Public Policy (OSIPP), Osaka University, 29 Mar. 2012, Peer-reviewed
      • May Thainess Save the King: Lèse-majesté Law and its Foreign Critics
        Pavin Chachavalpongpun
        international conference on “Democracy and Crisis in Thailand”, co-organised by Chulalongkorn University and McGill University, 09 Mar. 2012, Peer-reviewed
      • Political Authority and Provincial Identity in Thailand: The Making of Banharn-buri
        Pavin Chachavalpongpun
        ASIAN JOURNAL OF SOCIAL SCIENCE, 2012
      • the topic, “Will Myanmar become a Democratic Country in Ten Years”
        Pavin Chachavalpongpun
        Appear in a televised programme, Bridging Asia, by Singapore’s Chanel News Asia, joining a debate, 2012, Peer-reviewed

      Presentations

      • Coup, King, Crisis: Thailand’s Political Developments at a Crossroads
        Pavin Chachavalpongpun
        Southeast Asian Studies Program at Freiburg University, Freiburg, 06 Jul. 2015, Invited
      • From Bhumibol to Vajiralongkorn: Neo-Royalism and the Future of Thai Monarchy
        Pavin Chachavalpongpun
        SOAS, 29 Jun. 2015, Invited
      • Thailand in Sino-US Rivalry
        Pavin Chachavalpongpun
        Southeast Asian Studies Program at Freiburg University, Freiburg, 24 Jun. 2015, Invited
      • The Evolving Process of ASEAN Regionalism: The Implications to Taiwan and Thailand
        Pavin Chachavalpongpun
        Institute of International Relations, Taiwan, 11 Jun. 2015, Invited
      • Coup, King, Crisis: What’s Next for Thailand?
        Pavin Chachavalpongpun
        National Chi Nan University, 10 Jun. 2015, Invited
      • Thailand and ASEAN Regionalism: A China Factor
        Pavin Chachavalpongpun
        national Chengchi University, 09 Jun. 2015, Invited
      • Thai Political Situation
        Pavin Chachavalpongpun
        Taiwanese Foreign Ministry, 08 Jun. 2015, Invited
      • Political Developments in Thailand
        Pavin Chachavalpongpun
        City University of Hong Kong, 26 May 2015, Invited
      • Academic Cooperation and Research in Non-Democracies
        Pavin Chachavalpongpun
        Stockholm University, 29 Apr. 2015, Invited
      • Thai Political Situation
        Pavin Chachavalpongpun
        Swedish Foreign Ministry, 29 Apr. 2015, Invited
      • Thai Political Situation
        Pavin Chachavalpongpun
        Moscow State Institute for International Relations, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Russia, 24 Apr. 2015, Invited
      • Thai Political Situation
        Pavin Chachavalpongpun
        Estonian Foreign Ministry, 21 Apr. 2015, Invited
      • The Thai Coup and Foreign Policy
        Pavin Chachavalpongpun
        Tallinn University, 15 Apr. 2015, Invited
      • Breaking the Cycle of Coups: The Future of Thai Democracy
        Pavin Chachavalpongpun
        The 4th Southeast Asian Studies Symposium 2015 jointly organised by Oxford University and Malaysia’s Sunway University, 20 Mar. 2015, Invited
      • The Challenge to a Dhammaraja: The Twentieth Thai Coup and the Royal Succession
        Pavin Chachavalpongpun
        SceincesPo, 06 Mar. 2015, Invited
      • Realignment of Power The Impact of the 2014 Coup on Thailand’s Foreign Relations
        Pavin Chachavalpongpun
        SOAS, 04 Mar. 2015
      • Post-coup Thailand: Anxiety over the Royal Succession
        Pavin Chachavalpongpun
        LSE, 04 Mar. 2015
      • Thai Political Situation
        Pavin Chachavalpongpun
        British foreign and Commonwealth Office, 03 Mar. 2015, Invited
      • Thailand after the Coup: Prospects for Democracy
        Pavin Chachavalpongpun
        Aberystwyth University, 27 Feb. 2015, Invited
      • Coup, King, Crisis: What's Next for Thailand?
        Pavin Chachavalpongpun
        St Antony's Oxford University, 25 Feb. 2015, Invited
      • Human Rights in Thailand
        Human Rights and Democracy in Southeast Asia, 17 Jun. 2014, Kondrad-Adenauer-Stiftung
      • Media, Political Crisis and Democracy: The Case of Thailand, in an International Conference on “Multiple Lives of Democracy: From Europe to Asia Pacific
        Multiple Lives of Democracy: From Europe to Asia Pacific, 25 Apr. 2014, Tallinn University, Estonia
      • The Royal Succession and Thailand’s Democracy
        The 12th International Conference on Thai Studies, University of Sydney, 23 Apr. 2014, University of Sydney
      • Regional Integration from the Bottom Up
        ASEAN’s People-Centric Approach, at the Asia-Pacific Sociological Association Conference, 15 Feb. 2014, University of Chiangmai
      • Democracy, Political Parties and Party Systems in Asia
        Political Parties: Functions and Organisation in Democratic Societies, 03 Feb. 2014, Konrad Adenauer Foundation
      • Building a Regional Commons in Southeast Asia: Reflection and Proposition
        International Conference International Relations and Development,, 23 Aug. 2013, Chulalongkorn University
      • Thai-Cambodian Relations: The Questions of the Preah Vihear Temple and a Clash of Two Nationalisms
        Giving a talk at CSEAS, 29 Mar. 2013, CSEAS, Kyoto
      • Thailand in Post-Bhumibol Period
        The AAS Meeting, 22 Mar. 2013
      • Après Moi, le Déluge: The Monarchy and Thai Politics Since the 2006 Coup
        Giving a talk, 15 Mar. 2013, University of Wisconsin-Madison
      • Responsibility to Protect in Southeast Asia: Enlarging Space for Civil Society
        09 Mar. 2013, Oxford University, UK
      • Temple of Doom: Thai-Cambodian Conflicts and the Role of ASEAN
        Giving a talk, 07 Mar. 2013, SOAS
      • Thai-Cambodian Conflicts: The Preah Vihear and the Role of ASEAN
        Giving a talk, 25 Feb. 2013, Freiburg University
      • The Monarchy and Thailand’s Political Crisis
        Giving a talk, 21 Feb. 2013, Bristol University
      • Thailand’s Political Developments and the End of the Bhumibol Era
        Giving a talk, 13 Feb. 2013, Frieburg University, Germany
      • Political Parties in Asia
        Giving a talk, 28 Jan. 2013, The Konrad Adenauer School for Young Politicians (KASYP),Yangon, Myanmar
      • Freedom of Expression and the Thai-StyleDemocracy
        Giving a talk, 26 Jan. 2013, Ubonratchathani University, Thailand
      • ASEAN and the Youth
        the Annual Conference on “ASEAN Studies”, 24 Jan. 2013, Foundation for the Promotion of Social Sciences and Humanities TextbooksProject
      • Thailand’s Political Conflict and the Impact onForeign Policy
        Giving a talk at LSE, 15 Jan. 2013, LSE, UK.
      • Killing in the Name of the King: Thailand’sPolitical Developments since Thaksin’s Downfall
        Giving a talk at SOAS, 14 Jan. 2013, SOAS
      • Thai Democracy: Recessed, Regressed, Repressed
        the Kyoto-Bristol Joint Symposium, Leading a sessionon Democracy in Asia, 10 Jan. 2013, Bristol, UK
      • Punishing in the Name of the King: Lèse-majesté Law and the Impact on Internet Freedom
        Internet Freedom and the Law, 10 Dec. 2012, Deakin University, Melbourne, Australia
      • Citizens’ Participation and Local Governance
        21 Nov. 2012, The Konrad Adenauer School for Young Politicians (KASYP)
      • Thailand’s Domestic Crisis
        20 Nov. 2012, Cambodian Institute for Cooperation and Peace
      • ASEAN Economic Community Building
        19 Nov. 2012, Chulalongkorn University, Faculty of Political Science
      • The death of Cambodia’s King Norodom Sihanouk
        Interview with NHK World “Asian Voices”, 01 Nov. 2012, NHK
      • Myanmar’s ASEAN Chairmanship in 2004
        Directions and Determinants in Myanmar/Burma’s Legal Reform Process, 12 Oct. 2012, by Singapore Management University
      • Thailand’s Minority Report: Obscuring Truth, Obstructing Reconciliation
        11 Oct. 2012, Singapore’s Institute of Southeast Asian Studies (ISEAS)
      • Will Myanmar become a Democratic Country in Ten Years
        09 Oct. 2012, Singapore’s Chanel News Asia
      • “Ordinary People in an Extraordinary Time: The ASEAN Case Studies”
        08 Oct. 2012, The invitation of Songkla Nagarin University
      • Participate in a conference at GRIPS and present a paper on “Japan- ASEAN Relations: The East Asian Community and the China Factor”
        the International Workshop on “ASEAN-Japan Research Project”, 05 Oct. 2012, Institute of Southeast Asian Studies and GRIPS
      • Thai-Cambodian Conflict and the Case of the Preah Vihear
        Thailand's relations with Cambodia, 19 Sep. 2012, Ubonratchathani University Thailand
      • Good Coup Gone Bad
        The 6th Anniversary of Thai Military Coup, 18 Sep. 2012, Thammasat University Thailand
      • River Deep, Ambition High: Thailand’s Position in the GMS, Twenty Years On
        International Conference on “The Third Southwest Forum: Review and Preview on Two Decades of GMS Cooperation, 14 Sep. 2012, GMS Study Centre Yunnan University, East Asia Institute of National University of Singapore, GMS Tertiary Education Consortium and CSEAS
      • ASEAN Community
        The Community Building of ASEAN, 26 Aug. 2012, JSPS
      • Monarchies in Southeast Asia
        Monarchies in Southeast Asia, 25 Aug. 2012, Chiangmai University Thailand
      • Two Year after the Deadly Crackdown May 2010
        Thailand's Political Developments, 27 Jun. 2012, Institute of Southeast Asian Studies Singapore
      • Lese-majeste Law in Thailand
        25 Jun. 2012, Foreign Correspondents' Club in Bangkok, Thailand
      • Thaksin's Homecoming: Yes? No? So What?
        18 Jun. 2012, Foreign Correspondents' Club in Hong Kong
      • Good Coup Gone Bad: Thailand’s Political Developments since Thaksin’s Downfall
        Pavin Chachavalpongpun, Editor
        ISEAS, Singapore, 2014, Not refereed
      • Entering the Uncharted Waters: ASEAN and the South China Sea
        Pavin Chachavalpongpun, Editor
        ISEAS, Singapore, 2014, Not refereed
      • Preah Vihear: A Guide to the Thai-Cambodian Conflict and Its Solutions
        Pavin Chachavalpongpun, Joint work
        ISEAS, Singapore, 2013, Not refereed
      • Bangkok, May 2010: Perspectives on a Divided Thailand
        Pavin Chachavalpongpun; co-editor
        ISEAS, 01 Mar. 2012, Not refereed
      • Entering the Uncharted Waters: ASEAN and the South China Sea Dispute
        Pavin Chachavalpongpun; editor
        ISEAS, 2012, Not refereed
      • ASEAN-US Relations: What are the Talking Points?
        Pavin Chachavalpongpun, Editor
        ISEAS, Singapore, 2011, Not refereed
      • Reinventing Thailand: Thaksin Shinawatra and His Foreign Policy
        Pavin Chachavalpongpun
        ISEAS/Silkworm Books, 01 Jun. 2010, Not refereed
      • Myanmar: Life After Nargis, co-authored with Moe Thuzar
        Pavin Chachavalpongpun; co-author
        ISEAS, 01 Jun. 2009, Not refereed
      • The Road to Ratification and Implication of the ASEAN Charter
        Pavin Chachavalpongpun, Editor
        ISEAS, Singapore, 2009, Not refereed
      • A Plastic Nation: The Curse of Thainess in Thai-Burmese Relations
        Pavin Chachavalpongpun, Single work
        UPA, 01 Jun. 2005, Not refereed
      • Bangkok, May 2010: Perspectives on a Divided Thailand
        Pavin Chachavalpongpun; Michael Montesano; Aekapol Chongvilaivan
        Institute of Southeast Asian Studies/ Sngapore, 04 Jul. 1905, Not refereed

      Awards

      • 2013
        JSPS, Kaken B
      • 01 Apr. 2017
        JSPS, Kaken B

      External funds: Kakenhi

      • The Preah Vihear Conflict: Competing Concepts on Sovereign Territory between Siam and France
        Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (C)
        Basic Section 03030:History of Asia and Africa-related
        Kyoto University
        Pavin Chachavalpongpun
        From 01 Apr. 2018, To 31 Mar. 2022, Project Closed
        Territorial conflicts;Spatial knowledge;Concept of sovereignty;Preah Vihear Temple;Colonial politics;Border dispute;Border demarcation;Siam-Cambodian relations;concept of sovereignty;Colonial Politics;Traditional knowledge;Siamese kingdom;Territorial disputes;Thai-Cambodian relations;International relations;ASEAN;Colonialism in Asia
      • Critical Hurdles to Myanmar's Opening-up Process
        Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (B)
        Kyoto University
        Pavin R
        From 01 Apr. 2013, To 31 Mar. 2017, Project Closed
        ミャンマー;民主化;権威主義体制;体制移行;ビルマ;外交;農村経済;マクロ経済;ASEAN;自由化
      • The Making of Modern Siamese-Burmese Boundaries: The Ethnographic Factor
        Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (C)
        Basic Section 03030:History of Asia and Africa-related
        Kyoto University
        C Pavin
        From 01 Apr. 2022, To 31 Mar. 2025, Granted
        Thai-Burmese Border;Ethnographic factor;Modern border-making;Colonial politics
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        Education

        Teaching subject(s)

        • From 01 Apr. 2023, To 31 Mar. 2024
          Area Study and Comparative Politics
          5135, Spring, Graduate School of Asian and African Area Studies, 2
        • From 01 Apr. 2022, To 31 Mar. 2023
          Area Study and Comparative Politics
          5135, Spring, Graduate School of Asian and African Area Studies, 2
        • From Apr. 2012, To Mar. 2013
          International Relations and Area Studies
          Spring, アジア・アフリカ地域研究研究科
        • From Apr. 2012, To Mar. 2013
          Southeast Asia and Comparative Politics
          Fall, アジア・アフリカ地域研究研究科
        • From Apr. 2013, To Mar. 2014
          Southeast Asia and Comparative Politics
          Spring, アジア・アフリカ地域研究研究科
        • From Apr. 2013, To Mar. 2014
          International Relations and Area Studies
          Fall, アジア・アフリカ地域研究研究科
        • From Apr. 2013, To Mar. 2014
          Southeast Asian Comparative Politics
          Spring, 全学共通科目
        • From Apr. 2014, To Mar. 2015
          Area Study and Comparative Politics
          Spring, アジア・アフリカ地域研究研究科
        • From Apr. 2014, To Mar. 2015
          Southeast Asian Comparative Political-Economy
          Spring, 全学共通科目
        • From Apr. 2015, To Mar. 2016
          Area Study and Comparative Politics
          Spring, アジア・アフリカ地域研究研究科
        • From Apr. 2015, To Mar. 2016
          State and Politics in Southeast Asia
          Spring, 全学共通科目
        • From Apr. 2016, To Mar. 2017
          Area Study and Comparative Politics
          Spring, アジア・アフリカ地域研究研究科
        • From Apr. 2016, To Mar. 2017
          State and Politics in Southeast Asia
          Spring, 全学共通科目
        • From Apr. 2017, To Mar. 2018
          Area Study and Comparative Politics
          Spring, アジア・アフリカ地域研究研究科
        • From Apr. 2018, To Mar. 2019
          Area Study and Comparative Politics
          Spring, アジア・アフリカ地域研究研究科
        • From Apr. 2019, To Mar. 2020
          Area Study and Comparative Politics
          Spring, アジア・アフリカ地域研究研究科
        • From Apr. 2020, To Mar. 2021
          Area Study and Comparative Politics
          Spring, アジア・アフリカ地域研究研究科
        • From Apr. 2021, To Mar. 2022
          Area Study and Comparative Politics
          Spring, アジア・アフリカ地域研究研究科
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          • From 01 Apr. 2016, To 31 Mar. 2024
            KRSEA編集委員会
          • From 01 Apr. 2016, To 31 Mar. 2017
            広報渉外委員会
          • From 01 Apr. 2016, To 31 Mar. 2017
            男女共同参画推進委員会
          • From 01 Apr. 2017, To 31 Mar. 2018
            国際交流委員会
          • From 01 Apr. 2021, To 31 Mar. 2022
            広報委員会

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