Between Consolidation and Crisis: Elections and Democracy in Five Nations In Southeast Asia (SE Asian Modernities V.3). Focusing on five countries in Southeast Asia, this book examines how their elections have been conducted in the past two years, their domestic implications, and how the elections have differed from one another and from elections in other parts of Asia. Case studies on Cambodia, Indonesia, the Philippines, Malaysia and Thailand provide an overall understanding of the impact of elections on the consolidation or crisis of new democratic and semi-democratic polities of the region.
Between Consolidation and Crisis
AuthorsCroissant, Aurel; Beate Martin (eds.)