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Author:
William Case
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Routledge; 1 edition (February 23, 2002)
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William Case is senior lecturer in the School of International Business, Griffith University, Australia. He has written extensively on electoral authoritarianism and semi- and pseudo-democracies in Southeast Asia.

William Case is senior lecturer in the School of International Business, Griffith University, Australia. He has taught at the University of Texas, the MARA University of Technology in Malaysia, the Australian National University, and the Australian Defence Force Academy.

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Politics in Southeast Asia. By Case, William (University of Nottingham Malaysia Campus, Malaysi. This book provides an introduction to the politics of the five key Southeast Asian states - Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia, Thailand and the Philippines - and is intended as a textbook for undergraduate and graduate students taking courses on this subject. Using a comparative politics and political economy perspective, the author focuses in particular on the degree of democracy in the five countries, arguing that in all the countries considered democracy is, to varying degrees, imperfect.

Routledge 1. Comparing Politics in Southeast Asia 2. Indonesia: Perpetuating an. .

1. Indonesia: Perpetuating and changing a pseudo-democracy 3. Singapore: A stable semi-democracy 4. Malaysia: Semi-democracy with strain points 5. Thailand: An unconsolidated democracy 6. The Philippines: Stable, but low quality democracy 7. Southeast Asia: Uncovering state elites and the business connection.

Politics in Southeast Asia: Democracy or Less. Crises and Commitments: The Politics and Diplomacy of Australia’s Involvement in Southeast Asian Conflicts 1948–1965. Sydney: Allen and Unwin. Chandler, David, Norman G. Owen, William R. Roff, David Joel Steinberg, Jean Gelman Taylor, Robert H. Taylor, Alexander Woodside, and David K. Wyatt. In The Emergence of Modern Southeast Asia: A New History, ed. Norman G. Owen. Honolulu: University of Hawai’i Press. Sold & Shipped by Palatial Products. Product - Populist Threats and Democracy’s Fate in Southeast Asia - eBook. Populist Threats and Democracy’s Fate in Southeast Asia - eBook. Not completely satisfied? We've made returning items as easy as possible.

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This volume provides an introduction to the politics of the five key southeast Asian states - Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia, Thailand and the Philippines - and is intended as a textbook for undergraduate and graduate students taking courses on this subject. Using a comparative politics and political economy perspective, the author focuses in particular on the degree of democracy in the five countries, arguing that in all the countries considered democracy is, to varying degrees, imperfect. The book synthesises a wide range of scholarship, and presents the material in a concise and accessible way.