A dominant party in a weak state : how the ruling party in Cambodia has managed to stay dominant
Despite regular elections, political parties in some weak states have managed to stay in power for decades. Many scholars, in trying to explain such party dominance, have offered a variety of explanations, ranging from the ability of these parties to control the state, manipulate elections, and suppress opposition parties. The current literature is however limited in two aspects: (i) it tends to focus on one or a few of these factors and rarely takes a more systemic approach to see how they are...[Show more]
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