The prolonged political crisis in Thailand reached a new high in 2009, when ASEAN-related summits were aborted by fierce pro-Thaksin protests, followed by violent riots in Bangkok. Although the 2007 Constitution revision represented a key contestation, cleavages within the anti-Thaksin coalition became paramount. Meanwhile, domestic conflicts prompted increasing Cambodian involvement in Thai affairs.

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