Dr Gregory Raymond

Dr Gregory Raymond

Position: ANU Network Member

School and/or Centres: Research School of Humanities and the Arts

Email: greg.raymond@anu.edu.au

Researcher profile: https://researchprofiles.anu.edu.au/en/persons/greg-raymond

Gregory Raymond is a lecturer in the Coral Bell School of Asia Pacific Affairs, researching Southeast Asian politics, security and foreign policy.  His geographic focus is Thailand, mainland Southeast Asia, and relations with China.  He is interested in how collective memory and forms of mnemonic hegemony can shape international relationships. His 2021 publication, co-authored with J. Blaxland, The US-Thai Alliance and Asian International Relations: History, Memory and Current Developments (Routledge 2021), is based on extensive original research and explores the current state of US-Thai relations, paying particular attention to how the United States is perceived by a wide range of people in the Thai defence establishment and highlighting the importance of historical memory.

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