Social Mood Conference  |  Socionomics Foundation

March 12, 2013

In 2004, Islamic separatists incited a bloody insurgency in Thailand that claimed nearly 5,000 lives in the past eight years. But now,  with the Thai SET Index nearing a 20-year high and double its 2004 level, there is hope for an end to the conflict. A deal was recently signed in Malaysia between the two sides that affirms Thailand’s commitment to peace talks.

A classic socionomic tenet is that rising social mood puts an end to old conflict. Click here to read more.


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