Politics in Contemporary Southeast Asia
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Politics in Contemporary Southeast Asia : Authority, Democracy and Political Change

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The countries of Southeast Asia continue to change, evolve and chart courses that sometimes leave outside observers puzzled. Politics in Contemporary Southeast Asia thoroughly assesses the political challenges and changes faced by the countries of Southeast Asia in the 21st century. Focusing on political processes throughout, Kingsbury introduces readers to the challenges of representation and accountability of the regional governments, degrees of good governance and transparency, and the role of elites and militaries in shaping or determining political outcomes. This book provides: * A comprehensive, but accessible, introduction to political change and processes in Southeast Asia. * Analytic criteria for assessment of case studies. * Detailed country-specific surveys. * Information based on extensive research on, and work in, the region. Providing cutting-edge coverage of South Asian politics in all regions, this highly accessible and comprehensive book is suitable for undergraduate and postgraduate courses on South East Asian Studies, Asian Politics, and Democratization.show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 208 pages
  • 174 x 246 x 15.24mm | 340g
  • Taylor & Francis Ltd
  • ROUTLEDGE
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 1 black & white tables
  • 113888944X
  • 9781138889446
  • 228,075

About Damien Kingsbury

Damien Kingsbury holds a Personal Chair in the Faculty of Arts and Education and is Professor of International Politics in the School of Humanities and Social Sciences at Deakin University, Australia.show more

Table of contents

1. Introduction to Southeast Asia 2. Political Processes 3. Vietnam 4. Laos 5. Cambodia 6. Malaysia 7. Singapore 8. Brunei 9. Myanmar 10. Thailand 11. Philippines 12. Indonesia 13. Timor-Leste 14. Southeast Asian regionalism 15. Conclusionshow more