Elements in Politics and Society in Southeast Asia

Elements in Politics and Society in Southeast Asia

Un, Kheang (Northern Illinois University)

Cambridge University Press






15 a 20 dias

Argues that following the 1993 United Nations intervention to promote democracy, the Cambodian People's Party (CPP) perpetuated a patronage state. They maintained electoral authoritarianism, but saw increased political awareness among the public. Explores Cambodia's return to authoritarianism, made possible in part by China's pivot to Cambodia.
1. Introduction; 2. Patronage, power and the state; 3. Patronage, resource mobilization and aid dependency; 4. Parties, elections, and civil society under electoral authoritarianism; 5. The rise of countermovement to electoral authoritarianism; 6. The return to authoritarianism; 7. Conclusion - will the pendulum swing?
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