Treethep Srisa-nga is a PhD student in Political Science at the University of Florida and the managing editor of the Newsletter for the American Political Science Association’s (APSA) Comparative Politics Section. He is the co-author of Global Populisms (2021), published by Routledge.
Articles by Treethep Srisa-nga (2)
How populism is defined and wielded in today’s Thai politics has implications for the strength and sustainability of the country’s political development.
Some democracy advocates may look to eradicating right-wing parties in the political landscape come the elections in May. But it should be noted that not all right-wing parties are harmful to democracy.