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. This Element 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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