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Conflict in the South of Thailand
 

• Background
• Historical Dimensions
• Militant Groups
• Local Patriotism
• Recent Demands
• Devolution of Power: a possible solution
• Need for Language and Education Policies

 

Background: first attack


• The resurgence of violence in the border provinces of southern Thailand started with the attack of a military camp of Joh-I- Rong district, Narathiwat province on the 4th of January 2004.


• About 50 insurgents robbed 403 machine guns from the camp and killed four soldiers manning it, while an unspecified number of insurgents set fire to 22 schools and patrol outposts in the province.

 

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