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New Virtual SUPRAs at NIAS

We are happy to announce that we are continuing our online format of the SUPRA programme! This means that four new students follow a prolonged online programme. It is a great pleasure to welcome the second round of online SUPRAs:

Amit Singh, PhD, Centre for Social Studies, University of Coimbra, Portugal

Amit is PhD student in Human Rights in Contemporary Societies, he is also a SYLFF fellow, a Fritt Ord scholar, and a research associate at the Centre for the Study at Indian Languages and Society in India. Amit holds MSc. in Human rights and multiculturalism from the University of South-Eastern Norway and M.A. in Human rights from Mahidol University, Thailand. Amit’s doctoral research focuses on the conflict between freedom of expression and religion. Using the framework of contextual secularism, his research explores the conflict resolution between a secular Indian state with its religious Hindu majority who consider offensive anything which offends their religious sentiments. His recent book is The Conflict of Freedom of Expression and Religion- A Case Study from India, 2018 His particular area of interests are freedom of expression, Hindu fundamentalism, secularism, multiculturalism and Hindu-Muslim communal conflict.

 

Chiara Elisabeth Pecorari, MA, Social Anthropology, University of Bergen

Chiara's background is in social anthropology, having attained her BA from the University of Bergen. Her current MA project, also at UiB, focuses on the future prospects, expectations and imaginings of Hong Kong youth in the face of the many changes the region is currently experiencing. The Hong Kong anti-government protests during the summer and autumn of 2019 prove to be a turning point for the Special Administrative Region (SAR). The large-scale popular engagement, spearheaded youth brought questions of identity, future and belonging up to the surface. Through a 6 month long ethnographic field work, which will be conducted in the spring of 2021, the project seeks to find answers questions such as how youth experience and view the notion of a “Hong Kong community,” and how belonging in the SAR are experienced in light of the current political environment.



Oyuna Baldakova, PhD, the Graduate School of East Asian Studies, the Free University of Berlin

Oyuna was also a 2016-2019 fellow of the German Research Foundation. Her interests lie in the fields of political economy for development, China’s foreign economic policy, energy transition, and sustainable development in Eurasia. In her doctoral project, Oyuna investigates how China’s Belt and Road Initiative, a regional development and infrastructure building platform, is being institutionalized in Beijing and implemented in light of the economic, political, and social realities of Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan. She has a Bachelor’s in Foreign Languages (English, Chinese) at Buryat State University, Russia and a Master’s degree in Modern East Asian Studies at Goethe University Frankfurt, Germany. After that, she interned at UNESCO Bangkok. During her doctoral research fieldwork, Oyuna was affiliated with Peking University in China and KIMEP University in Kazakhstan, she was also a visiting fellow at the Mercator Institute for China Studies and the University of California at Berkeley.

 

Stine Lien Johansen, MA , Social Aanthropology, University of Oslo

I am working on my master’s degree in Social anthropology at the University of Oslo. Previously, I have a BA in Social Anthropology and a BA in Export marketing. During my BA in Social Anthropology, I studied Chinese politics, language, and history to prepare for my ethnographic fieldwork in China. I also took an Erasmus exchange in University of Aberdeen to expand my international knowledge. My thesis is based upon a 5-month fieldwork i had in 2020 in Hangzhou, China. The thesis delves into examining the way COVID-19 affect aspects of emigrant workers life in Hangzhou. These are aspects such as the rise of nationalism during these contemporary times, stigmas, identity, usage of technology surveillance, and economy to gain a holistic view.  My data is collected from interviews, observations, and participating in their life during the epidemic. Furthermore, I am going to use comparative examples from cases in different parts of the world as well as these impact my informants in certain ways.

 

 

New Virtual SUPRAs at NIAS

We are happy to announce that we have resumed the SUPRA programme and reconfigured it to an online format! This means that four students follow a prolonged online programme. It is a great pleasure to welcome:

Jaana Pesonen, MA & MSS, University of Helsinki & University of Lapland
My background in studies and work life is in business management and optimizing costs, systems, organizations (people) etc. I furthered my studies when I got interested in behavioral economics and the effects thereafter on culture in behavior. Currently, I am studying at the university of Helsinki for my MA focusing on matters of South Korea (and Asia) under area and culture research. For my past degrees I have completed student exchanges in Japan and South Korea. For the master's thesis I will be focusing in here is the one I will be doing for the University of Lapland on management under social sciences. My research focuses on how women in South Korea (under 40/35-year old’s) describe their life in the society (dreams, goals, and possibilities regarding work/equality/having children/marriage etc.).

 

Karo Niza-Kondwa Kankus, MA, Centre of East Asian Studies (CEAS), University of Turku
My name is Karo Kankus and my background is in study of General History from University of Eastern Finland, from where I gained my Bachelor's Degree in Liberal Arts. Even then I studied Japanese language and culture and my bachelor's thesis was on Finnish military lecture's on Russo-Japanese War. At the moment I study at University of Turku, where I heard a multitude of positive feedback concerning NIAS. After transferring to CEAS iN University of Turku I set out to write a thesis on foreign female sex workers, previously known as "japayuki-san",   and their portrayal in Japanese newspapers. I hope to finish my project by this year's end and have already received tips and interesting feedback from people of NIAS. In the future I hope to contribute further to the field of Asian Studies.

 

Dosol Lee, MA, Peace and Conflict Transformation, The Arctic University of Norway (UiT)
Dosol Lee's master's degree thesis revolves around the identity politics of the North Korean defectors analyzed from a biopolitical perspective.

Dosol Lee grew up in Seoul, Republic of Korea and completed her B.A. in Scandinavian languages from Hankuk University of Foreign Studies (HUFS). While pursuing her B.A. degree, she was selected as a student researcher for an interdisciplinary project supported by the Korean Ministry of Education and conducted her independent research (2017) on public educational broadcasters in Korea and Sweden which resulted in 40-page of a research paper. She has been awarded scholarships by the Swedish Women’s Educational Association (2014), the Swedish Institute (2016), and the Nordic Institute of Asian Studies (2021).

 

Simona Siegel, MA, South East Asia Section, School of Languages, Cultures and Linguistics, SOAS, University of London
Simona graduated from Masaryk University (Czech republic) with a BA degree in Culture Studies of China. During her studies she spent one year studying Chinese language and culture in Beijing and travelling around China and Asia. Currently she is studying an MA South East and Pacific Asian studies at SOAS, University of London. Her research focuses on the ethnography of the Pacific and South East Asia, with the focus on social and family issues in South Korea. Thanks to the SUPRA Nordic scholarship she had an exciting opportunity to work on her dissertation project about the impact of urbanism on Korean families, with the focus on adult Korean women and their gender roles. During the meetings with the experts from NIAS she learnt skills that would be useful in her future career.

Making Sense of Myanmar’s 1.2.21 Military Coup

Date: 
Thursday, February 4, 2021 - 15:00

On 8 November last year, Myanmar (also known as Burma) held a general election that returned Aung San Suu Kyi’s National League for Democracy to power. But just as the new parliament was about to be convened on Monday, the army seized power, ostensibly for a year, alleging electoral irregularities.

Posters of Aung San Suu Kyi

How did this military putsch come to pass? What does the coup mean for Myanmar’s political future? Is this part of a wider authoritarian shift in politics across Asia, and indeed globally?

Join us for an academic discussion of the unfolding crisis.

Speakers will include Helene Maria Kyed (DIIS) and Stein Tønnesson (PRIO), both of whom have spent extended periods conducting research in Myanmar during recent years, along with political scientists Myat The Thitsar (UMass Lowell) and Matthew Walton (Toronto), who follow the country’s politics closely.

The event will be moderated by NIAS Director Duncan McCargo.

Register here to receive Zoom link.

 

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Postdoctoral Position in Asian Studies

Date: 
Friday, January 8, 2021 - 23:45

The Asian Dynamics Initiative and the Nordic Institute of Asian Studies, University of Copenhagen (UCPH), invite candidates for a postdoctoral position in Asian Studies. The field of specialism is open, but we are especially interested in candidates working on modern and contemporary East Asia, South Asia, and Southeast Asia in fields across the humanities and social sciences. Successful candidates may be affiliated with an appropriate academic department.

The position is for 24 months, from 1 April 2021 to 31 March 2023 or as soon as possible thereafter.

Introduction
University of Copenhagen (founded 1479) is a major European research university with 37,500 students and 9,400 staff, located across four campuses in the Danish capital. It is the largest educational institution in Denmark.

Asian Dynamics Initiative (ADI) is a cross-faculty Asia focus at the University of Copenhagen. ADI aims at coordinating existing research and teaching on Asia as well as creating a common platform for new, interdisciplinary Asian studies and research.

The overall purpose of the initiative is to strengthen and develop research and teaching on Asia. ADI organizes interdisciplinary research activities, courses, seminars and workshops covering social, economic, political, cultural, and religious complexities in Asia. ADI is based in the Faculty of Humanities and the Faculty of Social Sciences.

The Nordic Institute of Asian Studies (NIAS), founded in 1968, is a well-established research centre, with a particular focus on social science and humanities research on contemporary Asia. NIAS has a broad Nordic mandate and a range of partners around the region, but is administratively part of the University of Copenhagen and hosted by the Department of Political Science.

For further details, see these webpages:
https://about.ku.dk/facts-figures/
https://asiandynamics.ku.dk/english/about-asian-dynamics-initiative/
https://nias.ku.dk

Duties and Responsibilities

  • Research and publishing in the field of appointment
  • Teaching an Asia-related class in an appropriate Department
  • Creating greater educational synergies between Humanities and Social Science in the field of Asian studies
  • Collaborating on the development of relevant grant and funding applications
  • Strategic communication, including podcasts, media, social media and outreach activity

Your Competencies and Opportunities

Competencies
Essential

The candidate must have:

  • Obtained a PhD degree in humanities or social science field
  • Expertise in Asian studies demonstrated through one or more competencies including language proficiency, scholarly networks and collaborations in the region.  
  • Track record of academic publications with well-regarded journals and/or publishers, and/or advanced plans for turning the PhD thesis into such publications
  • A research agenda related to Asian studies

Desirable

Preferably, the candidate will also have:

  • Experience of teaching at university level
  • Experience of presenting academic papers at international conference and seminars
  • Asian language competency
  • Experience in engaging with and presenting to external users of academic research
  • Experience in working on research grants from international sources

Opportunities

  • Research and publishing in the field of appointment
  • Collaborating on the development of relevant grant and funding applications
  • Teaching a related class in a relevant department, as appropriate
  • Creating greater synergies between ADI, NIAS and relevant university departments
  • Strategic communication, including podcasts, media, social media and outreach activity
  • Some travel for conferences and dissemination activity, depending on domestic and global conditions

Terms of Employment

The recruitment process
Further information on the recruitment process at University of Copenhagen can be found here:  https://employment.ku.dk/faculty/recruitment-process/

An Equal Opportunity Workplace
The University of Copenhagen is committed in its pursuit of academic excellence to equality of opportunity and to creating an inclusive working environment and therefore encourages all qualified candidates to apply, regardless of personal background, gender, sexual orientation, age, disability, ethnicity etc. For more on the diverse working place environment at the University and the University’s participation in the HRS4R HR Excellence in Research, see https://employment.ku.dk/working-at-ucph/eu-charter-for-researchers/

International applicant?
The University of Copenhagen offers a broad variety of services for international researchers and accompanying families, including support before and during your relocation and career counselling to expat partners. Please find more information about these services as well as information on entering and working in Denmark here: https://ism.ku.dk/

Contact information
Additional information about the position can be obtained from Duncan McCargo, e-mail: duncan@nias.ku.dk, phone +45 353-24628.

Further information about the application procedure is available from HR, e-mail: hrsc@hrsc.ku.dk. Please refer to ID number 211-0629/20-2I #1.

How to apply
Submit a complete application at our online portal. Click here to apply. The documents must be in Adobe PDF or Word.  

Your application must be written in English and include the following documents:

  • Cover letter explaining your motives for applying
  • Curriculum vitae
  • Diplomas (master and bachelor)
  • Two sample publications or conference papers

The closing date for applications is the 8 of January 2021, 23:59 CET.

Applications or enclosures received thereafter will not be considered.

 

NIAS researcher has commentary in Politiken

NIAS Researcher, Andreas Bøje Forsby, has published another commentary in Politiken. This time, he argues that the carricature crisis between China and Australia contains interesting angles from a Danish perspective. Read it here (in Danish).

Postdoctoral Position in Politics of Climate and Sustainability (Asia) at NIAS

Date: 
Friday, January 8, 2021

The Department of Political Science and the Nordic Institute of Asian Studies, Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Copenhagen (UCPH), invites candidates for a postdoctoral position in the politics of climate and sustainability with reference to Asia, from 1 March 2021 to 28 February 2023, or as soon as possible thereafter. The position is for 24 months.

The closing date for applications is the 8 of January 2021, 23:59 CET.

Introduction 
Located on an historic campus in the heart of downtown Copenhagen, the Department of Political Science at UCPH is one of the leading departments of its kind in Europe: it currently has 60 full-time academic staff, 31 PhD researchers, and more than 2100 students.

The Research Group on Climate, Environment and Change (REGROUP) is a newly-established Departmental initiative that focuses on both domestic and international climate policy.

The Nordic Institute of Asian Studies (NIAS), founded in 1968, is a well-established research centre, with a particular focus on social science and humanities research on contemporary Asia. NIAS has a broad Nordic mandate and a range of partners around the region, but is administratively part of the University of Copenhagen.

Duties and Responsibilities

  • Research and publishing in the field of appointment
  • Collaborating on the development of relevant grant and funding applications
  • Teaching a related class in the Department of Political Science, as appropriate
  • Creating greater synergies between NIAS and the Department of Political Science
  • Strategic communication, including podcasts, media, social media and outreach activity

Your Competencies and Opportunities

Competencies

Essential

The candidate must have:

  • Obtained a PhD degree in political science, international relations or a cognate discipline
  • Substantial expertise on a specific Asian country or countries
  • Track record of academic publications with well-regarded journals and/or publishers
  • A research agenda related to the politics of climate and sustainability in Asia

Desirable

Preferably, the candidate will also have:

  • Experience of teaching at university level
  • Experience of presenting academic papers at international conference and seminars
  • Asian language competency
  • Experience in engaging with and presenting to external users of academic research
  • Experience in working on research grants from international sources

Opportunities

  • Research and publishing in the field of appointment
  • Collaborating on the development of relevant grant and funding applications
  • Teaching a related class in the Department, as appropriate
  • Creating greater synergies between NIAS, REGROUP, and the Department of Political Science
  • Strategic communication, including podcasts, media, social media and outreach activity
  • Some travel for conferences and dissemination activity, depending on domestic and global conditions

Strategy of the Faculty of the Social Sciences
The Department of Political Science is part of the Faculty of the Social Sciences. The Faculty is a successful academic community that strives to put knowledge into action by:

  • Engaging partners in the co-creation of knowledge, learning and social change.
  • Empowering our students to become reflective and responsible citizens who have the vision, the knowledge and the competences to change society for the better.
  • Energising global, European and Danish communities of knowledge by innovating research methodologies and by research findings with impact

For more on the Faculty strategy, see: https://samf.ku.dk/fakultetet/strategi/.

The Department of Political Science has a strategic plan addressing current challenges with four main areas of focus: impact, internationalization, academic environment and revenue. You can read the Department’s strategy here https://politicalscience.ku.dk/about/strategy-plan/

Terms of Employment
Further information on qualification requirements as postdoc can be found in the Memorandum on Job Structure for Academic Staff at Danish Universities 2019 here: https://employment.ku.dk/faculty/criteria-for-recognising-merit/dokumenter/Ministerial_Order_no._1443_of_11_December_2019_on_Job_Structure_for_Academic_Staff_at_Universities.pdf

Terms of appointment and salary is in accordance with the Danish Confederation of Professional Associations (Akademikerne). The salary range starts at DKK 34,654.76 (EUR 4,919.83) per month + a 17.1 % contribution to the pension scheme. It is possible to negotiate salary supplements on an annual basis.

The Recruitment Process
Further information on the recruitment process at University of Copenhagen can be found here:  https://employment.ku.dk/faculty/recruitment-process/

An Equal Opportunity Workplace
The University of Copenhagen is committed in its pursuit of academic excellence to equality of opportunity and to creating an inclusive working environment and therefore encourages all qualified candidates to apply, regardless of personal background, gender, sexual orientation, age, disability, ethnicity etc. For more on the diverse working place environment at the University and the University’s participation in the HRS4R HR Excellence in Researrch, see https://employment.ku.dk/working-at-ucph/eu-charter-for-researchers/

International applicant?
The University of Copenhagen offers a broad variety of services for international researchers and accompanying families, including support before and during your relocation and career counselling to expat partners. Please find more information about these services as well as information on entering and working in Denmark here: https://ism.ku.dk/

Contact information
Additional information about the position can be obtained from NIAS Director Duncan McCargo, e-mail: duncan@nias.ku.dk, phone +45 353-24628.

NIAS Researcher has commentary in Politiken

If NIAS Researcher Andreas Bøje Forsby could decide so himself, this article  should have been called ”Både Washington og Beijing underminerer Danmarks strategiske partnerskab med Kina”. It was published 8 Nov in Politiken. Read it here (opens a PDF).

What is Behind China's Diplomacy of Indignation?

NIAS Researcher Andres Bøje Forsby has recently published an article in The Diplomat. Read it here.

Gender, Resistance and Transnational Memories of Violent Conflicts

Date: 
Tuesday, November 3, 2020 - 14:00 to 15:00

Pauline Stoltz in conversation with Duncan McCargo

Take part in this online conversation about transitional justice and memory politics, arranged in a cooperation between Aalborg University and NIAS – Nordic Institute of Asian Studies.


In 2020 it is 75 years ago Indonesian nationalists proclaimed independence from the colonial power of the Netherlands. Aalborg University researcher Pauline Stoltz has analyzed the politics of memories of three violent conflicts that took place in Indonesia, covering the period between 1942 and 2015.

By highlighting how people’s memories and experiences of injustices are related to gender, ‘race’, sexuality, nationality and generation, she addresses not only how these historical conflicts were the result of inequalities, but also how these inequalities still hurt today both in Indonesia and in other parts of the world.

These feelings of hurt can lead to resistances to silences and denials concerning human rights abuses and historical injustices.

Join us in this online conversation between Pauline Stoltz and Duncan McCargo, director of The Nordic Institute of Asian Studies, Copenhagen University.

The conversation is followed by a Q & A.

This is an online event on Zoom. Participants need to sign up using this form.

The book
In the book “Gender, Resistance and Transnational Memories of Violent Conflicts” Stolz uses innovative transnational and gender approaches in the research fields of transitional justice and memory politics and an original approach to the narrative analysis of four major Dutch and Indonesian novels.

These feelings of hurt can lead to resistances to silences and denials concerning human rights abuses and historical injustices.

The monograph, published at Palgrave Macmillan, puts the focus on gender and resistances to silences and denials of responsibility concerning human rights abuses and historical injustices.

Read more: Indonesia’s violent past: New book on transitional justice and memory politics

 

Duncan McCargo in Danish media: Thai protesters need to befriend other social groups

Director of NIAS, Duncan McCargo, has recently published an article in the Danish newspaper Politiken. Here he argues that in order for the protests in Thailand to be succesful, it is crucial that the student protestors involve people from other generations and other political views - who nonetheless agree on breaking the anti-democratic spiral that the political system of Thailand is in.

The article can be read in it's full length bellow (Danish) or found on Politiken, where it was first published:

Asienekspert: Det er afgørende, at de thailandske oprørere skaffer sig venner fra andre samfundsgrupper 

Demonstranterne opnår ingenting, hvis ikke det lykkes dem at inddrage andre samfundsgrupper.
Demonstranterne i denne weekend udfordrede monarkiet på en måde, der måske vil fryde deres stærkeste tilhængere, men også skræmme mange mulige støtter bort, skriver Duncan McCargo, professor ved Nordisk Institut for Asienstudier på Københavns Universitet, i dette indlæg. 

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Duncan McCargo - Professor ved Nordisk Institut for Asienstudier på Københavns Universitet

De fleste danskere forbinder Thailand med afslappende ferierejser, evig sol og dejlig mad. Men vi fik en mørkere side af landet at se lørdag, da titusinder af demonstranter besatte den store plads ved kongepaladset midt i Bangkoks gamle bydel. 

De senere års folkelige opstande – for eksempel konflikten mellem såkaldte gule og røde skjorter – var typisk sammenstød mellem Bangkoks middelklasse og mindre velstillede thaier fra den nordlige og nordvestlige del af landet. De seneste demonstrationer er meget anderledes, ikke mindst fordi de for første gang i 40 år overvejende ledes af studenter, og fordi de går på tværs af de landets gamle socioøkonomiske og geografiske skillelinjer. 

Efter parlamentsvalget i marts 2019, det første siden militærkuppet i 2014, skulle magten egentlig have været givet tilbage til folket. I praksis er det dog stadig den gamle militærjunta, der sidder på magten. Den nye regering bliver ved med at undertrykke enhver opposition og foretrækker at styre landet med lovdekreter frem for at tillade en demokratisk debat.

Foruden de gamle politiske skillelinjer oplever Thailand i dag en dyb generationskløft. Studerende og digitalt indfødte under 25 år, der har adgang til information på internettet, udfordrer samfundets autoriteter og vender op og ned på de hierarkier, der længe har kendetegnet konservative asiatiske samfund.

”Skønt weekendens demonstranter var banebrydende i deres humoristiske brug af symboler, havde de mindre held med at skabe en bredere samfundsalliance”

Efter at forfatningsdomstolen i februar forbød det progressive parti Ny Fremtid, gik gymnasielever og universitetsstuderende i hele landet spontant på gaden. Ny Fremtid var indbegrebet af yngre vælgeres håb og drømme, og det vilkårlige forbud var et hårdt slag mod dem. Covid-19-epidemiens udbrud lagde for en tid en dæmper på utilfredsheden, men midt i juli slog de studerende til igen for at hævne sig.

Demonstranterne stiller tre centrale krav: De ønsker det nuværende parlament opløst (idet de mener, at parlamentsvalget var ramt af valgsvindel), de forlanger vidtgående ændringer af forfatningen, og de vil have sat en stopper for forfølgelsen af regeringens kritikere. Mere yderligtgående protestledere forlanger, at forfatningsreformerne skal gå hånd i hånd med en reform af monarkiet, hvilket hidtil har været et tabu i Thailand. 

Demonstranterne i denne weekend udfordrede monarkiet på en måde, der måske vil fryde deres stærkeste tilhængere, men også skræmme mange mulige støtter bort.

I de seneste to måneder har studenterne forsøgt at vinde opbakning fra andre samfundsgrupper, herunder mennesker, der på forskellig vis er påvirket af covid-pandemien, der er gået hårdt ud over turistbranchen og store dele af servicesektoren. 

Demonstranterne appellerer endda til konservative thaier, der er skuffet over den militært dominerede regerings sløje præstationer og utrygge ved det nye styre under kong Vajiralongkorn, som overtog tronen efter sin fars død i 2016.

En af de vigtigste studenterledere, Parit ’Pingvin’ Chiwarak, indrømmede i sin tale til demonstranterne, at bevægelsen kun kan fremtvinge gennemgribende forandringer i Thailands stat og samfund ved at vinde mere end halvdelen af landets befolkning for sagen. Og skønt weekendens demonstranter var banebrydende i deres humoristiske brug af symboler, havde de mindre held med at skabe en bredere samfundsalliance.

Udenlandske ambassader og internationale organisationer har været forsigtige med at udvise den store interesse for protesterne, fordi de frygtede, at de dermed ville delegitimere de studerende, der allerede er blevet beskyldt for at modtage penge fra udlandet. Thaierne må selv løse Thailands problemer.

Det er ingen sag at prædike for de frelste: Demonstranterne må først og fremmest række ud mod de thaier, der måske har støttet tidligere militærkup, men nu anerkender vigtigheden af et mere afbalanceret politisk system, som respekterer forskelle og hverken overskygges af hæren eller kongepaladset. Chancerne er ikke store, for tidligere protestbevægelser er alt for ofte endt i statslig repression eller militærkup. 

En anden mulig reaktion fra elitens side er at forsøge at kvæle protesterne i parlamentarisk imødekommenhed: Det politiske establishment forsøger nu at neutralisere de yderligtgående reformkræfter ved at satse på uformelle rundbordssamtaler om udformningen af Thaliands 21. forfatning siden 1932.

Det er lykkedes studenterne at få masser af opmærksomhed. Nu er det afgørende, at de skaffer sig venner. 

Hvis studenterne vil fremme deres sag, er de nødt til at inddrage mennesker fra andre generationer og af andre politiske overbevisninger, som ikke desto mindre er enige med dem i, at det er nødvendigt at bryde ud af den onde cirkel, Thailands politiske system er endt i.

Oversættelse: Lorens Juul Madsen

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