Thai Legal Studies
Special Issue Now Available!
The Thai Constitutional Court
Vol. 2 No. 2
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Vol. 2 No. 2
Introduction to the Special Issue
Explainer: The Thai Constitutional Court
Adam Reekie, Voraphol Malsukhum
Constitutional Court Decision No. 19/2564: A Threat to Democracy? Forfeiture of Fundamental Rights and the Judicialization of Politics by the Thai Constitutional Court in 2021
Taking Rights Seriously? Recent Shifts in Procedural and Substantive Matters of the Thai Constitutional Court
Application of Natural Law Doctrine in Constitutional Court Decision No. 20/2564: A Jurisprudential Analysis
When Queer Emotions Meet the Constitutional Promise: Dystopian Constitutionalism in Thai Popular Culture
Paweenwat Thongprasop, Papawin Pechnil
The Banning of Future Forward
Open to Interpretation? Allowing the Prime Minister to Serve for More Than Eight Years
On Reform and Revolt: Constitutional Court Ruling No. 19/2564
The Constitutional Court Ruling on Prayuth’s Eight Years as Prime Minister
Selected Thai Constitutional Court Cases 2019–2022
Constitutional Bricolage: Thailand’s Sacred Monarchy vs. The Rule of Law  by Eugénie Mérieau
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