The following were published after 2010. Most files can be downloaded as PDFs by clicking on the author/date. Others have active hyperlinks:

K. Hewison (2010) “Thaksin Shinawatra and the reshaping of Thai politics,” Contemporary Politics, 16, 2, pp. 119-33.

Sook Jong Lee & K. Hewison (2010) “Introduction: South Korea and the Antinomies of Neo-Liberal Globalisation,” Journal of Contemporary Asia, 40, 2,  pp. 181-7.

P. Limqueco & K. Hewison (2010) “Editorial: Forty Years of the Journal of Contemporary Asia,” Journal of Contemporary Asia, 40, 4, 537-8.

K. Hewison (2010) “Standing up for order in Thailand,” The Herald-Sun, 13 April.

K. Hewison (2010) “Rebellion, repression and the red shirts,” East Asia Forum Quarterly, 2, 2, pp. 14-17.

K. Hewison (2010) “Thailand’s conservative democratization,” in Y-W. Chu and S-L. Wong (eds), East Asia’s New Democracies. Deepening, Reversal, Non-Liberal Alternatives, London: Routledge, pp. 122-40.

C.C.H. Chiu, K. Hewison & C-W. Tiong (2010) “Foreign Direct Investment Links Between Hong Kong and Southeast Asia,” Asia-Pacific Forum, 47, pp. 106-26.

K. Hewison & Kengkij Kitirianglarp (2010) “‘Thai-Style Democracy’: The Royalist Struggle for Thailand’s Politics,” in S. Ivarsson & L. Isager (eds), Saying the Unsayable. Monarchy and Democracy in Thailand, Copenhagen: Nordic Institute of Asian Studies Press, pp. 179-202.

K. Hewison & S. Prager Nyein (2010) “Civil Society and Political Oppositions in Burma,” in Li Chenyang & W. Hofmeister (eds), Myanmar. Prospect for Change, Singapore: Select Publishing, pp. 13-34.

K. Hewison & G. Rodan (2012) “Southeast Asia: The Left and the Rise of Bourgeois Opposition,” in R. Robison (ed.), Routledge Handbook of Southeast Asian Politics, London & New York: Routledge, pp. 25-39.

K. Hewison (2012) “Class, Inequality and Politics,” in M. Montesano, Pavin Chachavalpongpun & Aekapol Chongvilaivan (eds), Perspectives on a Divided Thailand, Singapore: Institute of South East Asian Studies, pp. 143-60.

K. Hewison (2012) “Review of An Old Alliance for the New Century. Reinvigorating the US-Thailand Alliance, by Catharin E. Dalpino. Seattle: The National Bureau of Asian Research, Special Report No. 40, 2012,” Journal of Contemporary Asia, 42, 4, pp. 724-6.

K. Hewison (2010-12) Collected reviews appearing in the Journal of Contemporary Asia, mostly, but not exclusively, on Thailand.

K. Hewison (2012) “Avoiding Conflict: Thailand after the Red Shirt Uprising,” Political Insight, December, pp. 28-31.

K, Hewison (2013) “Thailand’s Lese Majeste Erodes the Judiciary,” Asia Sentinel, 6 February.

K. Hewison (2013) “Campaigning on lèse-majesté,” New Mandala, 17 February.

A. Kalleberg & K. Hewison (2013) “Precarious Work and the Challenge for Asia,” American Behavioral Scientist, 57, 3, pp. 271-88.

K. Hewison & A. Kalleberg (2013) “Precarious Work and Flexibilization in South and Southeast Asia,” American Behavioral Scientist, 57, 4, pp. 395-402.

K. Hewison & Woradul Tularak (2013) “Thailand and Precarious Work : An Assessment,” American Behavioral Scientist, 57, 4, pp. 444-67.

K. Hewison (2013) “Weber, Marx and Contemporary Thailand,” TRaNS: Trans-Regional and -National Studies of Southeast Asia, 1, 2, pp. 177-98.

K. Hewison (2013) “Thailand’s Politicized Courts Fuel Protests,” Asia Sentinel, 26 November.

K. Hewison (2013) “Thailand’s street politics turns violent yet again,” The Conversation, 3 December.

K. Hewison (2013) “Thailand’s conservative courts political allies of royal interests,” East Asia Forum, 9 December.

K. Hewison (2014) “Thai judiciary wins another round against elected government,” The Conversation, 8 May.

K. Hewison (2014) “Is it Thailand’s 19th coup? Probably, unless elections come soon,” The Conversation, 21 May.

K. Hewison (2014) “Two-step coup leader may have dangerously misjudged Thais,” The Conversation, 26 May.

K. Hewison (2014) “Judiciary Shows its True Colours in Thailand’s Coup,” Asian Currents, 16 June.

K. Hewison (2014)Thailand: The Lessons of Protest,” Asian Studies: Journal of Critical Perspectives on Asia, 50, 1, pp. 1-15.

K. Hewison (2014) “Considerations on inequality and politics in Thailand,” Democratization, 21, 5, pp. 846-66.

K. Hewison (2014) “Judicial Politicization as Political Conservatism,” Cultural Anthropology Online, September 23 (part of The Wheel of Crisis in Thailand collection).

K. Hewison (2015) “An Appreciation: Peter Limqueco,” Journal of Contemporary Asia, 45, 1, pp. 1-2.

K. Hewison (2015) “Yingluck impeachment is an execution of Thai democracy,” The Conversation, 27 January.

K. Hewison (2015) “Inequality and Politics in Thailand,” Kyoto Review of Southeast Asia, 17 (also in Thai, Bahasa Indonesia, Japanese and Italian).

K. Hewison (2015) “Thailand: Contestation over Elections, Sovereignty and Representation,” Representation, 50, 1, pp. 51-62.

K. Hewison (2015) “Fear Rules the Junta in Thailand,” Asia Sentinel, 14 September.

M. Hsiao, A. Kalleberg & K. Hewison (2015) “Featuring Precarious Work in Asia,” in M. H-H. Hsiao, A. Kalleberg & K. Hewison (eds), Policy Responses to Precarious Work in Asia, Taipei: Institute of Sociology, Academia Sinica, pp. 1-11.

A. Kalleberg & K. Hewison (2015) “Confronting Precarious Work in Asia: Politics and Policies,” in M. H-H. Hsiao, A. Kalleberg & K. Hewison (eds), Policy Responses to Precarious Work in Asia, Taipei: Institute of Sociology, Academia Sinica, pp. 13-47.

K. Hewison (2016) “Precarious Work,” in S. Edgell, H. Gottfried & E. Granter (eds), The SAGE Handbook of the Sociology of Work and Employment, London: SAGE, 2016, pp. 428-43.

Veerayooth Kanchoochat (วีระยุทธ กาญจน์ชูฉัตร) & K. Hewison (เควิน เฮวิสัน) (2016) “เผด็จการไทยจักอยู่ไปไม่มีตาย?” (Will Thai authoritarianism never die?), Prachatai, 8 April.

Veerayooth Kanchoochat & K. Hewison (2016) “Introduction: Understanding Thailand’s Politics,” Journal of Contemporary Asia, 46, 3. pp. 371-387.

K. Hewison (2016) “Thailand’s crackdown on Chinese dissidents reinforces the coalition of authoritarians,” The Conversation, 7 October.

K. Hewison (2016) “Thailand’s long succession,” New Mandala, 3 December.

K. Hewison (2017) “Thai democratic blight after Yingluck’s flight,” East Asia Forum, 7 September.

K. Hewison & Siew Yean Tham (2017) “New Perspectives on Malaysia and a Rising China: Essays Honouring Lee Poh Ping,” Journal of Contemporary Asia, 47, 5, pp. 679-686.

K. Hewison (2017) “Rethinking Southeast Asian Civil Society,” New Mandala, 6 November.

K. Hewison (2017) “Reluctant Populists: Learning Populism in Thailand,” International Political Science Review, 38, 4, pp. 426-440.

K. Hewison (2018) “Thai junta’s election facade a political throwback,” East Asia Forum, 22 April.

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