The Political Economy of the Cambodian Transition

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Routledge, Sep 2, 2003 - Political Science - 272 pages
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Cambodia underwent a triple transition in the 1990s: from war to peace, from communism to electoral democracy, and from command economy to free market. This book addresses the political economy of these transitions, examining how the much publicised international intervention to bring peace and democracy to Cambodia was subverted by the poverty of the Cambodian economy and by the state's manipulation of the move to the free market. This analysis of the material basis of obstacles to Cambodia's democratisation suggests that the long-established theoretical link between economy and democracy stands, even in the face of new strategies of international democracy promotion.
 

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Contents

Acknowledgements
Economic reform and statemaking in the 1990s
State andpartyinthe 1990s 5 Internationalintervention andinternational community
manipulating Cambodias transitions
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Caroline Hughes is Leverhulme Trust Special Research Fellow at the School of Politics, University of Nottingham.

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