This is the sixth, and final, of a series of videos on “Thailand in crisis” that we are producing in conjunction with the Australian National University’s Youtube channel. This episode features a round-table discussion with ANU College of Asia and the Pacific PhD students Nattakant Akarapongpisak, Pongphisoot Busbarat and Preedee Hongsaton who each offer their perspectives on Thailand’s future. There is also a discussion with Andrew Walker focused on lessons for the Thai government from the crisis and the prospects for Bangkok’s upcoming constituency 6 by-election. The podcast of this episode is available here. And all of the previous episodes in the series are available from the New Mandala archives. In total there is more than 3 hours of Thailand-related analysis and commentary. It is also very relevant that the first episode of the series is now available with Thai language subtitles.

We want to extend our special thanks to Martyn Pearce and Darren Boyd for their tremendous work producing the series. Thank you also to all of the guests who have made “Thailand in Crisis” such a success. We plan to be back before the end of the year with further vodcasts and podcasts. If you have any suggestions about relevant topics then please do not hesitate to let us know.