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Sanyarat Meesuwan

Sanyarat Meesuwan is a lecturer in the College of Politics and Governance at Mahasarakham University in Thailand, where she started working in 2006. Taking a leave from the University, she went to further her study at the University of Hawaii at Manoa, where she received her PhD in Political Science in 2013. Her current course load includes teaching comparative politics; research methodology in political science; politics and government of America; and politics and government of East Asia for both undergraduate and graduate programs. In 2014, she was awarded a fellowship from the Korea Foundation for Advanced Studies to conduct a research in South Korea for a year. Her current research interests are democratisation and political participation in Thailand, and comparative politics and international relations in the Asia-Pacific region. Her recent research project, funded by the King Prajadhipok’s Institute, is on Preah Vihear Temple border dispute between Thailand and Cambodia after the 2013 International Court of Justice ruling.



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