Atiya Achakulwisut warned us against ''Getting ahead of ourselves with ICJ glory'' (BP, April 23).
I don't think that is the case. The Thai team has done its homework for the ''exam''. The best was rendered and the rest is up to the court. Like one lawyer in the Thai team, Prof James Crawford said, ''It's like a ship in the sea, like being in the hands of gods.''
No one has ever held out high hopes of winning. The modesty of the Thais is most admirable.
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