Regime Change as Regime Maintenance: The Military versus Democracy in Fiji
|Collections||ANU Pacific Institute|
|Title:||Regime Change as Regime Maintenance: The Military versus Democracy in Fiji|
|Publisher:||Canberra, ACT : Dept. of Political and Social Change, Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies, The Australian National University.|
|Series/Report no.:||Regime Change and Maintenance in Asia and the Pacific. Discussion paper series: No. 06|
In recent years there have been some dramatic changes of political leadership in the Asia-Pacific region, and also some drama without leadership change. In a few countries the demise of well-entrenched political leaders appears imminent; in others regular processes of parliamentary government still prevail. These differing patterns of regime change and regime maintenance raise fundamental questions about the nature of political systems in the region. Specifically, how have some political leaders or leadership groups been able to stay in power for relatively long periods and why have they eventually been displaced? What are the factors associated with the stability or instability of political regimes? What happens when long-standing leaderships change?
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