Saturday, 8 September 2012

Try justice for a change in southern Thailand

Filed under: Human Rights,International Law: War,Thailand — story spotted by Catherine Morris @ 00:48 PDT

This year has seen the internal armed conflict in southern Thailand thrust back into the national and regional spotlight, with a string of coordinated and deadly attacks by Muslim insurgents and a raft of reactions by Thai authorities. Absent from the authorities’ responses and the wider public debate, however, has been any mention of the critical role that justice – its administration and perception – plays in both the problem and the solution.


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