Democracy or Alternative Political Systems in Asia: After the Strong Men.

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Political systems that prevail in the Asian countries since 1980s to the current situation. A must read for scholars and students with interest in the areas of research. Table of contents and list of …

Political systems that prevail in the Asian countries since 1980s to the current situation. A must read for scholars and students with interest in the areas of research. Table of contents and list of contributors (Routledge/Taylor & Francis, 2013).

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  • 1. Cart Books Journals eProducts Info & Help Democracy or Alternative Political Systems in Asia After the Strongmen Edited by Hsin-Huang Michael Hsiao Sign In Register Search Purchasing Options: Hardback: $145.00 978-0-415-67725-7 December 17th 2013 Add to Cart eBook Ordering Options Routledge – 2013 – 188 pages Series: Routledge Contemporary Asia Series Recommend to Librarian Description Contents Author Bio Subjects From the 1980s onwards, a tide of democratization swept across the Asian region, as the political strongmen who had led since the end of World War II began to fall. Although it is generally assumed that once authoritarian leaders no longer hold power, the political landscape will drastically change and the democratic transition will simply be a matter of time, this book shows that the move towards democracy in Asia has by no means been linear process, and there have been a number of different outcomes that reflect the vastly divergent paths towards liberalization the Asian nations have followed. Tweet 1 Like 5 people like this. Sign Up to see what your friends like. This book examines seven countries that were previously under authoritarian or semiauthoritarian rule, but then followed very different trajectories towards increasing liberalization after the fall of political strongmen: South Korea, Taiwan, China, the Philippines, Indonesia, Malaysia and Thailand. Importantly, the case studies reveal the factors that may enable transition to a more democratic system, and alternatively, the factors that inhibit democratic transition and push countries down a more authoritarian path. In turn, three key models that follow the fall of a political strongman emerge: democratization with substantial political reform and consolidation; democratization with limited political reform, leading to weak democratic institutions and instability; and an alternative political system with sustained authoritarianism. By tracing these very different paths and outcomes in the wake of a strongman’s fall, the contributors present valuable information for countries on the course towards democratization, as well as governments and organisations who work to facilitate this process. This book will be welcomed by students and scholars interested in Asian politics, governance and democratization studies. Name: Democracy or Alternative Political Systems in Asia: After the Strongmen (Hardback) – Routledge Description: Edited by Hsin-Huang Michael Hsiao. From the 1980s onwards, a tide of democratization swept across the Asian region, as the political strongmen who had led since the end of World War II began to fall. Although it is generally assumed that once authoritarian leaders no longer hold power,... Categories: Asian Politics, Governance, Political Leaders, Asian Politics, Government, Democracy By using this website, you agree to the use of cookies. Learn more about cookies . Home | Info / Help | Contact Us | Privacy Policy © 2013 Taylor & Francis Group, an Informa Business converted by Web2PDFConvert.com