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Rungrawee Chalerm sripinyorat

PhD candidate

Rungrawee Chalermsripinyorat is a PhD candidate at the Australian National University's Coral Bell School of Asia-Pacific Affairs. She formerly worked as an analyst for the International Crisis Group.

Rungrawee Chalerm sripinyorat
25 Aug 2015

Professionalism a must

It will do more harm than good if the government seems to be trying to minimise threats to the economy and tourism instead of working to solve the bomb attack.

25 Aug 2015 3
Professionalism a must
9 Dec 2014

A cause for cautious optimism

The recent visit of Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha to Malaysia marks the official resumption of the deep South peace dialogue.

9 Dec 2014 1
12 Feb 2014

No light at the end of the tunnel

The cold-blooded murder of three Malay-Muslim children in Narathiwat’s Bacho district on Feb 3 shocked many benumbed minds.

12 Feb 2014 1
No light at the end of the tunnel
28 Mar 2012

Pattani tragedy puts spotlight on rangers

The fatal shooting of four villagers in Pattani by military rangers was the result of a "misunderstanding"...

28 Mar 2012