Dr Aim Sinpeng

BA Connecticut College, MA University of Toronto, PhD University of British Columbia.

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Aim’s research interests centre on the relationships between digital media, political participation and political regimes in Southeast Asia. She is particularly interested in the role of social media in shaping state-society relations and inducing political and social change. She is the co-founder of the Sydney Cyber Security Network and a Thailand country coordinator for the Sydney Southeast Asia Centre. Aim has served as the Expert Contributor for Varieties of Democracyand BartelsmannTransformation Index,which measure degrees and types of democracy, and is currently a Research Associate of the Citizen Lab at the University of Toronto. In 2014, she was awarded a Young Southeast Asian Fellow by the prestigious Southeast Asia Research Group in recognition for her promising scholarship on Southeast Asia.Her previous works examine popular movements against democracy in democratizing states, particularly in Thailand.Prior to her academic career she has worked for the World Bank, the Government of Thailand and in investment banking. Aim is also a regular commentator on Southeast Asian politics for the ABC, SBS, CBC, Channel News Asia, Al Jazeera, CNBC and Sky News.

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Research interests

  • Comparative Democratisation and Authoritarianism
  • Digital Media and Politics
  • Social Movements
  • Southeast Asian Politics
  • Cyber Governance and Cyber Security

Teaching and supervision

  • GOVT 3901 – Digital Politics
  • GOVT 3980 – Democracy and Dictatorship
  • GOVT 2331 – Social Change and Politics
  • GOVT 6100 – Foundations of Comparative Politics
  • GOVT 6101 – Political Regimes and Regime Transition
  • GOVT 1101 – Introduction to Comparative Politics

Current research students

Project title Research student
Political changes through an election: electoral systems and regulations in Myanmar Kihong MUN
The Ethnic Indian Minority and Political Legitimacy : An Analysis of Malaysia Murali RAJARAM

Current projects

  • Social Media and Online Protests in Southeast Asia
  • Anti-Democratic Politics in Democratising States
  • Political Participation Online in Southeast Asia
  • Technology, Gender and Politics in Southeast Asia

Awards and honours

2016 Co-Founder, Sydney Cyber Security Network

2012 – 2016 “Varieties of Democracy” Expert Contributor for Southeast Asia, Multiple Funding Agencies

2015 Most Influential University of Sydney Staff on Twitter

2015 Associate Faculty Member, Sydney Democracy Network

2015 Associate Faculty Member, Centre for International Security Studies (CISS)

2015 - 2017 Thailand Coordinator, Sydney Southeast Asian Centre, University of Sydney

2014 Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC) Postdoctoral Fellowship

2014 Young Southeast Asian Fellow, Southeast Asian Research Group (SEAREG)

2008 – 2013 Full Doctoral Scholarships, University of British Columbia

2012 Visiting Research Fellowship, Department of Social and Political Change, Australian National University

In the media

"Facebook, Politics and Censorship in Thailand," SBS World News and SBS Thai, May 17, 2017

"Improving Political Engagement via Facebook in Thailand," Asia Pacific Memo, April 12, 2017

"Thai Referendum and Bombings," The World Weekly, August 8, 2016

"Thailand and the Referendum on the Constitution," CNBC, August 7, 2016

"Duterte and Democracy in Southeast Asia," Weekend Sunrise, May 31, 2016.

"How Duterte Won the Election on Facebook," New Mandala, May 12, 2016.

"The Challenges of Studying Politics in Myanmar," SSPS Review, Issue 3, 2016.

"More Technology Doesn't Mean Less Inequality." The Conversation, Octobber 22, 2015.

"Consolidating Control in Cyberspace: Thailand." Jointly published by Asia Pacific Policy Forum and New Mandala, October 26, 2015.

"The Political Context behind the Bangkok Bombing," CNBC, August 18, 2015. Video here.

"Politics, Insurgency or Terrorism? What's behind the Bangkok blasts?" Channel News Asia, August 17, 2015. Podcast here

"ICT Companies and Internet Freedom," The Interpreter, May 18, 2015. Articlehere

"Yingluck's Trial and the Political Crisis in Thailand," China Radio International, May 20, 2015. MP3 here

"Article 44 and the Lifting of Martial Law in Thailand," Channel News Asia, April 1, 2015. MP3 here

"Online Campaign to Boycott Bali Building Steam," MSN News, February 19, 2015. Article here.

"V-Day Resistance to the Junta's Coercive Regime," New Mandala, March 1 2015. Article here.

"Tweeting the Revolution: the Politics of Change," Connecticut College Alumni Feature Article, January 28, 2015.

"Corruption, Morality and the Politics of Reform," Thai Data Points, November 15, 2014. Article here

“Thai Junta Tighten Grips on the Internet,” Global Voices Online, July 15, 2014. Articlehere.

“Thailand’s Cybercoup,” The Washington Post, May 27, 2014. Article here.

“Military, the Coup and Conflict Resolution in Thailand,” Security Sector Reform Resource Center, May 27, 2014. Article here.

“Tension in Thailand,” The Agenda with Steve Paikin, May 26, 2014. YouTube here.

Public Engagement

"Cyber Security in the Era of Open Government," Co-Convenor, Sydney Cyber Security Network, November 17-18, 2016

"Thailand in Comparative Perspective: An International Symposium," Symposium Convenor. University of Sydney, September 26-28, 2016.

"Policy Roundtables: Democratic Updates from Southeast Asia," Speaker on Thailand. Sydney Southeast Asia Research Centre, July 29, 2016.

"Getting an Academic Job," Speaker. Asian Studies Association of Australia Postgraduate Workshop, ASAA Conference 2016, Canberra, July 4-7, 2016.

"New Mandala @10," Corall Bell School of the Asia Pacific, ANU, June 16, 2016.

"Politics, Democracy and Stability in Southeast Asia: Exploring the Implications of the 2016 Philippines Election." Presenter. May 25, 2016. Event sponsored by SSEAC and Sydney Ideas.

"Innovative Teaching in Southeast Asia: Policy Roundtable." Speaker. Online Innovations. May 13, 2016. Sponsored by SSEAC.

"Cyber Governance in Southeast Asia: Controls, Constrainsts and Censorship." Keynote Speaker. Mobile and Social Media in Southeast Asia. Workshop sponsored by SSEAC and Sydney Ideas. November 12-13, 2015.

"Power and Accountability." Panel Speaker, Sydney Ideas. November 5, 2015.

"Rethinking ICT for Development: The Failures of Tablet-Per-Child Policies in Developing Countries." Seminar Series, Melbourne Networked Society Institute. October 7, 2015.

"Digital Divide and Political Mobilization in Thailand: A Facebook Analysis." Speaker at Internet Policy Workshop, Swinburne University of Technology. October 5, 2015.

"Collective or Connective Action: Facebook Analysis of Cyber Movements in Thailand." Seminar Series, Department of Media and Communication, University of Sydney. September 25, 2015

"The Changing Dynamics of Digital Media and Political Mobilization in Thailand." Speaker, Thailand Forum 2015. Institute of Southeast Asian Studies. July 27-8, 2015.

"Opposition to Democracy in Democratizing States: Evidence from Thailand." Speaker Series, Griffith Asia Institute, June 16, 2015.

"Advancing Digital Humanities," Keynote Speaker, Information Futures Series, June 3, 2015.

"Is ISIS a Bigger Threat to World Order than Communism during the Cold War," A Public Debate, Politics & Society, Sydney, June 2, 2015.

"Thailand Studies Workshop 2015," Speaker, Australia National University, April 30, 2015.

"Do Democracies Worsen Internet Freedom," Speaker, Co-hosted by Sydney Democracy Network and Sydney Southeast Asian Centre, March 18, 2015. Podcast available here.

"Peace and Security in the Quantum Age," Panel Speaker, The Q Symposium, Centre for International Security Studies, Sydney, March 26-28, 2015

Selected grants

2017

  • Policy Scenarios for the Future(s) of Australian Cyber Security; Smith F, Sinpeng A, Atkinson S, Holz R, Hutchinson J; DVC Research/Sydney Policy Lab.
  • Internet, Politics and Democracy in Southeast Asia; Sinpeng A; Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences/FASS Faculty Research Incubator.
  • Analysing Social Media Data of the Vietnam's 2016 National Assembly Election; Sinpeng A; Sydney Southeast Asia Centre/Mobility Grant.
  • Internet, Politics and Democracy in Southeast Asia; Sinpeng A; Sydney Southeast Asia Centre/Workshop Grant.
  • Digital Media Method Workshop; Sinpeng A, Vromen A; School of Social & Political Sciences/SSPS Collaborative Research Support Scheme.

2016

  • The Political Economy of Myanmar's Media Privatisation Post-2011 Reform; Sinpeng A; Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences/Faculty Cross-disciplinary Research Support Scheme for Social Impact.
  • Cyber Security in the Age of Open Government; Sinpeng A; Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences/SSSHARC Symposium Scheme.
  • Conference Funding; Sinpeng A; School of Social & Political Sciences/SSPS Conference Funding.
  • Authoritarian Politics Reading Group; Sinpeng A; Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences/SSSHARC Reading Group Scheme.
  • Cyber Security in the Age of Open Government; Sinpeng A; NSW Department of Industry/Conference Funding.
  • Analysis of the Philippines 2016 Presidential Election; Sinpeng A; Sydney Southeast Asia Centre/Mobility Grant.

2015

  • Mapping the Political and Gender Biases in Southeast Asian Wikipedia Communities; Sinpeng A; Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences/Faculty Cross-disciplinary Research Support Scheme for Social Impact.
  • Sydney Cyber Security Network; Sinpeng A; Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences/SSSHARC Collaborative Projects Support Scheme.
  • Authoritarian Politics Research Cluster; Sinpeng A; School of Social & Political Sciences/SSPS Research Project Support Scheme.
  • Social Media and Digital Citizenship; Vromen A, Martin F, Goggin G, Hutchinson J, Sinpeng A; Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences/SSSHARC Collaborative Projects Support Scheme.
  • The Ebbs and Flows of Democracy in Southeast Asia; Sinpeng A; University of Sydney/Sydney Southeast Asia Centre.
  • The Politics of Truth: Mapping 'Truth' Construction on Wikipedia during Thailand's Political Crisis; Sinpeng A; University of Sydney/Sydney Southeast Asia Centre.
  • Mapping the Social Networks of Cyber Separatists: the Case of the Patani State Liberation Group; Sinpeng A; University of Sydney/Faculty Research Support Scheme.
  • Facebook Analysis of Cyber Movements in Thailand; Sinpeng A; University of Sydney/Conference Grant.
  • Cyber Governance in Southeast Asia; Sinpeng A; University of Sydney/Conference Grant.

2014

  • Digital Media and Political Participation in Southeast Asia; Sinpeng A; Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada/Research Grant.
  • Online Political Engagement and Electoral Outcomes in Asia; Sinpeng A; RAND Corporation and the University of British Columbia/Research Grant.

2013

  • Varieties of Democracy; Sinpeng A; Multiple Funding Agencies/Research Grant.

Selected publications

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Book Chapters

  • Hutchinson, J., Martin, F., Sinpeng, A. (2017). Chasing ISIS: Network Power, Distributed Ethics and Responsible Social Media Research. In M. Zimmer and K. Kinder-Kurlanda (Eds.), Internet Research Ethics for the Social Age: New Cases and Challenges, (pp. 57-71). London: Peter Lang. [More Information]
  • Sinpeng, A., Arugay, A. (2017). Varieties of Authoritarianism and the Limits of Democratization in Southeast Asia. In M. Beeson and A. Ba (Eds.), Contemporary Southeast Asia: The Politics of Change, Contestation, and Adaptation, (pp. 91-110). London: Palgrave.
  • Sinpeng, A., Arugay, A. (2015). The middle class and democracy in Southeast Asia. In William Case (Eds.), Routledge Handbook of Southeast Asia Democratization, (pp. 102-116). Abingdon, UK: Routledge.
  • Sinpeng, A. (2014). Party-Social Movement Coalition in Thailand’s Political Conflict (2005 - 2011). In Liamputtong, P. (Eds.), Contemporary Socio-Cultural and Political Perspectives in Thailand, (pp. 157-168). Dordrecht: Springer.
  • Sinpeng, A. (2009). Balancing Non-Traditional Security and Human Rights: an ASEAN Experience. In Hoque, S. (Eds.), Geopolitics vs. global governance: Re-interpreting international security, (pp. 247-258). Halifax, NS: Center for Foreign Policy Studies.

Journals

  • Sinpeng, A. (2017). Participatory Inequality in Online and Offline Political Engagement in Thailand. Pacific Affairs, 90(2), 253-274. [More Information]
  • Nyblade, B., O'Mahoney, A., Sinpeng, A. (2015). Social Media Data and the Dynamics of Thai Protests. Asian Journal of Social Science, 43(5), 545-566. [More Information]
  • Sinpeng, A. (2014). Corruption, Morality, and the Politics of Reform in Thailand. Asian Politics & Policy, 6(4), 523-538. [More Information]
  • Kuhonta, E., Sinpeng, A. (2014). Democratic Regression in Thailand: The Ambivalent Role of Civil Society and Political Institutions. Contemporary Southeast Asia, 36(3), 333-355. [More Information]
  • Sinpeng, A. (2014). Digital Identity and Online Protest in Thailand. Cultural Anthropology, (September).
  • Sinpeng, A. (2014). Party Banning and the Impact on Party System Institutionalization in Thailand. Contemporary Southeast Asia, 36(3), 442-466. [More Information]
  • Sinpeng, A. (2014). The Cyber Coup. Fieldsights, The Wheel of Crisis in Thailand, 1-5. [More Information]
  • Sinpeng, A. (2013). Book review of "Development Professional in Northern Thailand: Hope, Politics and Practice" by Katherine McKinnon. Pacific Affairs, 86(3), 677-679.
  • Sinpeng, A. (2013). State Repression in Cyberspace: The Case of Thailand. Asian Politics & Policy, 5(3), 421-440. [More Information]
  • Sinpeng, A. (2012). Book review of "East Asian Social Movements" by Jeffrey Broadbent and Vicky Brockman. Journal of East Asian Studies, 12(3), 467-469.
  • Sinpeng, A. (2012). From Assembly to Streets: Contentious Politics in Thailand (1991 - 2010). Rian Thai: International Journal of Thai Studies, 4, 1-25.
  • Sinpeng, A., Kuhonta, E. (2012). From the Street to the Ballot Box: the July 2011 Election and the Rise of Social Movements in Thailand. Contemporary Southeast Asia, 34(3), 389-415. [More Information]
  • Sinpeng, A. (2011). Book review of "The Changing Dynamics of Southeast Asian Politics" by Jorn Dosch. Journal of East Asian Studies, 11, 499-501.

Conferences

  • Sinpeng, A. (2015). Online discourse analysis of the anti-election movement in Thailand. American Political Science Association, San Francisco: APSA.
  • Sinpeng, A. (2015). Online discourse analysis of the anti-election movement in Thailand. American Political Science Association (APSA), Washington DC: APSA.
  • Sinpeng, A. (2015). Peace and Security in a Quantum Age. The Q Symposium, Sydney: The Q Symposium.
  • Sinpeng, A. (2015). The Anti-Democratizing Effects of Online Political Participation: The Case of Thailand. Internet Policy Workshop, Victoria: Swinburne University of Technology.
  • Sinpeng, A. (2015). The Changing Dynamics of Media and Political Mobilization on Thailand. ISEAS: Thailand Forum 2015, Singapore: ISEAS.
  • Sinpeng, A. (2015). The Consented Coup - Thailand and Beyond. Association of Asian Studies Annual Conference (AAS), San Diego: Panellist.
  • Sinpeng, A., Groemping, M. (2015). The Crowd Factor in collective action online: protest mobilisation through Thai Facebook pages. Workshop on Mobiles and Social Media in Southeast Asia and the Pacific, Sydney: Sydney University.
  • Sinpeng, A. (2014). After Snowden: Wither Internet Storm? Cyber Dialogue 2014, Toronto.
  • Sinpeng, A. (2014). Cyber Governance in the Global South. International Studies Association (ISA) 55th Annual Convention: Spaces and Places Geopolitics in an Era of Globalization, Toronto: Panellist.
  • Nyblade, B., O'Mahony, A., Sinpeng, A. (2014). New approaches to understanding political engagement: Using social media to better understand protests and elections in Thailand. The Association for Asian Studies Conference 2014 (AAS 2014).
  • Sinpeng, A. (2014). Social Media and Political Participation in Thailand. 12th International Conference on Thai Studies (ICTS), Sydney: Panel Discussant.
  • Sinpeng, A. (2014). What is the meaning of "reform" in Thailand’s crisis? 12th International Conference on Thai Studies 2014: Sydney University, Sydney, NSW: Presentation.
  • Sinpeng, A. (2013). Institutional Blockage and the Breakdown of Democracy. American Political Science Association (APSA) 2013 General Meeting, Chicago: International Studies Association (ISA)/American Political Science Association (APSA).
  • Sinpeng, A. (2013). Pro-Monarchy Mobilization in Contemporary Thailand. Association of Asian Studies Annual Conference (AAS), San Diego: Panellist.
  • Sinpeng, A. (2012). Party Banning and Democratization: The Case of Thailand. Workshop on Democracy and Crisis in Thailand, Montreal: McGill University: Poltiical Science.
  • Sinpeng, A. (2012). Social Media in Illiberal Internet Regime: The Case of Thailand. International Studies Association Conference 2012, San Diego: International Studies Association.
  • Sinpeng, A. (2011). From Assembly to Streets: Contentious Politics in Thailand (1991-2010). Association for Asian Studies Annual Conference (AAS), Honolulu: Presentation.
  • Sinpeng, A. (2011). Party-Movement Linkages: The Case of Thailand (2005-2011). The 11th International Conference on Thai Studies (ICTS 2011), Bangkok: ICTS.
  • Sinpeng, A. (2011). Street Politics and Members of Parliament in Thailand. International Studies Association (ISA) Annual Convention, Le Sheraton, Montreal, Quebec Canada: ISA.

Report

  • Sinpeng, A. (2014). Prolonging Crisis through Election in Thailand.
  • Sinpeng, A. (2014). Thailand Focus: the Failure of Democracy and the Victory’s of People’s Power?.
  • Crete-Mishihata, M., Hilts, A., Poetranto, I., Ng, J., Senft, A., Sinpeng, A., Dalek, J., Hardy, S., Kleemola, K., Sonne, B., et al (2013). Asia Chats: Analyzing Information Controls and Privacy in Asian Messaging Applications.
  • Sinpeng, A. (2013). Case Study: The Thai Netizen Network for Online Freedom.
  • Sinpeng, A. (2012). Thailand: Movement on Three Crises.
  • Sinpeng, A. (2010). Social Media and the Political Crisis in Thailand.
  • Sinpeng, A. (2010). Thailand: The Battle of Colours.

2017

  • Hutchinson, J., Martin, F., Sinpeng, A. (2017). Chasing ISIS: Network Power, Distributed Ethics and Responsible Social Media Research. In M. Zimmer and K. Kinder-Kurlanda (Eds.), Internet Research Ethics for the Social Age: New Cases and Challenges, (pp. 57-71). London: Peter Lang. [More Information]
  • Sinpeng, A. (2017). Participatory Inequality in Online and Offline Political Engagement in Thailand. Pacific Affairs, 90(2), 253-274. [More Information]
  • Sinpeng, A., Arugay, A. (2017). Varieties of Authoritarianism and the Limits of Democratization in Southeast Asia. In M. Beeson and A. Ba (Eds.), Contemporary Southeast Asia: The Politics of Change, Contestation, and Adaptation, (pp. 91-110). London: Palgrave.

2015

  • Sinpeng, A. (2015). Online discourse analysis of the anti-election movement in Thailand. American Political Science Association, San Francisco: APSA.
  • Sinpeng, A. (2015). Online discourse analysis of the anti-election movement in Thailand. American Political Science Association (APSA), Washington DC: APSA.
  • Sinpeng, A. (2015). Peace and Security in a Quantum Age. The Q Symposium, Sydney: The Q Symposium.
  • Nyblade, B., O'Mahoney, A., Sinpeng, A. (2015). Social Media Data and the Dynamics of Thai Protests. Asian Journal of Social Science, 43(5), 545-566. [More Information]
  • Sinpeng, A. (2015). The Anti-Democratizing Effects of Online Political Participation: The Case of Thailand. Internet Policy Workshop, Victoria: Swinburne University of Technology.
  • Sinpeng, A. (2015). The Changing Dynamics of Media and Political Mobilization on Thailand. ISEAS: Thailand Forum 2015, Singapore: ISEAS.
  • Sinpeng, A. (2015). The Consented Coup - Thailand and Beyond. Association of Asian Studies Annual Conference (AAS), San Diego: Panellist.
  • Sinpeng, A., Groemping, M. (2015). The Crowd Factor in collective action online: protest mobilisation through Thai Facebook pages. Workshop on Mobiles and Social Media in Southeast Asia and the Pacific, Sydney: Sydney University.
  • Sinpeng, A., Arugay, A. (2015). The middle class and democracy in Southeast Asia. In William Case (Eds.), Routledge Handbook of Southeast Asia Democratization, (pp. 102-116). Abingdon, UK: Routledge.

2014

  • Sinpeng, A. (2014). After Snowden: Wither Internet Storm? Cyber Dialogue 2014, Toronto.
  • Sinpeng, A. (2014). Corruption, Morality, and the Politics of Reform in Thailand. Asian Politics & Policy, 6(4), 523-538. [More Information]
  • Sinpeng, A. (2014). Cyber Governance in the Global South. International Studies Association (ISA) 55th Annual Convention: Spaces and Places Geopolitics in an Era of Globalization, Toronto: Panellist.
  • Kuhonta, E., Sinpeng, A. (2014). Democratic Regression in Thailand: The Ambivalent Role of Civil Society and Political Institutions. Contemporary Southeast Asia, 36(3), 333-355. [More Information]
  • Sinpeng, A. (2014). Digital Identity and Online Protest in Thailand. Cultural Anthropology, (September).
  • Nyblade, B., O'Mahony, A., Sinpeng, A. (2014). New approaches to understanding political engagement: Using social media to better understand protests and elections in Thailand. The Association for Asian Studies Conference 2014 (AAS 2014).
  • Sinpeng, A. (2014). Party Banning and the Impact on Party System Institutionalization in Thailand. Contemporary Southeast Asia, 36(3), 442-466. [More Information]
  • Sinpeng, A. (2014). Party-Social Movement Coalition in Thailand’s Political Conflict (2005 - 2011). In Liamputtong, P. (Eds.), Contemporary Socio-Cultural and Political Perspectives in Thailand, (pp. 157-168). Dordrecht: Springer.
  • Sinpeng, A. (2014). Prolonging Crisis through Election in Thailand.
  • Sinpeng, A. (2014). Social Media and Political Participation in Thailand. 12th International Conference on Thai Studies (ICTS), Sydney: Panel Discussant.
  • Sinpeng, A. (2014). Thailand Focus: the Failure of Democracy and the Victory’s of People’s Power?.
  • Sinpeng, A. (2014). The Cyber Coup. Fieldsights, The Wheel of Crisis in Thailand, 1-5. [More Information]
  • Sinpeng, A. (2014). What is the meaning of "reform" in Thailand’s crisis? 12th International Conference on Thai Studies 2014: Sydney University, Sydney, NSW: Presentation.

2013

  • Crete-Mishihata, M., Hilts, A., Poetranto, I., Ng, J., Senft, A., Sinpeng, A., Dalek, J., Hardy, S., Kleemola, K., Sonne, B., et al (2013). Asia Chats: Analyzing Information Controls and Privacy in Asian Messaging Applications.
  • Sinpeng, A. (2013). Book review of "Development Professional in Northern Thailand: Hope, Politics and Practice" by Katherine McKinnon. Pacific Affairs, 86(3), 677-679.
  • Sinpeng, A. (2013). Case Study: The Thai Netizen Network for Online Freedom.
  • Sinpeng, A. (2013). Institutional Blockage and the Breakdown of Democracy. American Political Science Association (APSA) 2013 General Meeting, Chicago: International Studies Association (ISA)/American Political Science Association (APSA).
  • Sinpeng, A. (2013). Pro-Monarchy Mobilization in Contemporary Thailand. Association of Asian Studies Annual Conference (AAS), San Diego: Panellist.
  • Sinpeng, A. (2013). State Repression in Cyberspace: The Case of Thailand. Asian Politics & Policy, 5(3), 421-440. [More Information]

2012

  • Sinpeng, A. (2012). Book review of "East Asian Social Movements" by Jeffrey Broadbent and Vicky Brockman. Journal of East Asian Studies, 12(3), 467-469.
  • Sinpeng, A. (2012). From Assembly to Streets: Contentious Politics in Thailand (1991 - 2010). Rian Thai: International Journal of Thai Studies, 4, 1-25.
  • Sinpeng, A., Kuhonta, E. (2012). From the Street to the Ballot Box: the July 2011 Election and the Rise of Social Movements in Thailand. Contemporary Southeast Asia, 34(3), 389-415. [More Information]
  • Sinpeng, A. (2012). Party Banning and Democratization: The Case of Thailand. Workshop on Democracy and Crisis in Thailand, Montreal: McGill University: Poltiical Science.
  • Sinpeng, A. (2012). Social Media in Illiberal Internet Regime: The Case of Thailand. International Studies Association Conference 2012, San Diego: International Studies Association.
  • Sinpeng, A. (2012). Thailand: Movement on Three Crises.

2011

  • Sinpeng, A. (2011). Book review of "The Changing Dynamics of Southeast Asian Politics" by Jorn Dosch. Journal of East Asian Studies, 11, 499-501.
  • Sinpeng, A. (2011). From Assembly to Streets: Contentious Politics in Thailand (1991-2010). Association for Asian Studies Annual Conference (AAS), Honolulu: Presentation.
  • Sinpeng, A. (2011). Party-Movement Linkages: The Case of Thailand (2005-2011). The 11th International Conference on Thai Studies (ICTS 2011), Bangkok: ICTS.
  • Sinpeng, A. (2011). Street Politics and Members of Parliament in Thailand. International Studies Association (ISA) Annual Convention, Le Sheraton, Montreal, Quebec Canada: ISA.

2010

  • Sinpeng, A. (2010). Social Media and the Political Crisis in Thailand.
  • Sinpeng, A. (2010). Thailand: The Battle of Colours.

2009

  • Sinpeng, A. (2009). Balancing Non-Traditional Security and Human Rights: an ASEAN Experience. In Hoque, S. (Eds.), Geopolitics vs. global governance: Re-interpreting international security, (pp. 247-258). Halifax, NS: Center for Foreign Policy Studies.

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