Challenges to Southeast Asia's democratization processes: a case study on Indonesia, the Philippines, and Thailand
Democratization in Southeast Asia has long been of scholarly interests, particularly following the Third Wave, which saw the democratization of the Philippines, Thailand, and Indonesia, as well as the political liberalization of Malaysia, Singapore, and Cambodia. However, excitements over democracy were soon overshadowed by creeping doubts over their survivability. By the 2000s, democratization has either decelerated or regressed in some of the region’s most strategic countries, most notably...[Show more]
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