Comparing regime continuity and change: Indonesia, Thailand and Malaysia
A vast literature has accumulated about democratic preconditions, transition, and consolidation in developing countries, highlighting the centrality of these themes in comparative politics today. Further, much of this discussion has been collated among the geographic areas through which democracy's 'third wave' (Huntington 1990) has recently passed, enabling specialists to control for important contextual variables. In explaining regime openings in the relatively uniform settings of South...[Show more]
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