Sino-Thai Relations

June 2005
Asia Monitor: South East Asia Monitor Volume 1;Jun2005, Vol. 16 Issue 6, p3
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The article reports that Thailand and the People's Republic of China formally established diplomatic relations thirty years ago in 1975. During this time, relations between the two countries have improved significantly, to the extent that Thailand now boasts the closest ties with China of any country in the Association of South East Asian Nations. Relations between China and Thailand have remained broadly healthy because of a number of underlying factors. Probably the most important has been that Thailand has no overlapping border claims with China. Thailand is also growing increasingly concerned by China's emergence as a regional economic superpower.


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