Semi-democracy in Malaysia: pressures and prospects for change
Political analysts appear increasingly to agree on the procedural and normative worth of democracy as a way of organizing political relations. Many have also become confident that where it has recently been established, democracy will persist, and that democratic regime change may occur in more countries. Accordingly, investigations have focussed upon facilitative conditions, transitional processes, and features of democratic consolidation. Case studies of change from often harsh...[Show more]
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