The concept of neo-royalism—being sacred, popular, and democratic—has served as a formula of success during King Bhumibol Adulyadej’s long reign. However, in the twilight of the Bhumibol era and with the obviously less able Crown Prince Vajiralongkorn waiting to succeed, this concept poses a potentially dangerous trap for the monarchy and its entire network.

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