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Gregory Raymond is a Lecturer in the Coral Bell School of the Asia Pacific researching Southeast Asian security, politics, strategic culture, memory and national identity, alliances. He is the author of Thai Military Power: A Culture of Strategic Accommodation published in 2018 by NIAS Press. His next book on history, memory and Thailand’s alliance with the United States will be published by Routledge.

Research interests
Southeast Asian security with a focus on Thailand and Indonesia, including Southeast Asia’s relations with the Great Powers.
Strategic culture, regional militaries and institutional and historically-informed approaches to understanding the armed forces and strategic outlooks of countries in our region.
Mainland Southeast Asia integration and relations with China.

Experience

  • –present
    Research fellow, Australian National University