Political Party Systems and Democratic Development in East and Southeast Asia: East Asia
Ashgate, 1998 - Political Science - 234 pages
This is the second of a two-volume series which analyzes the political parties and party systems of East and Southeast Asia. Focusing on the ongoing democratization process in the region, this book explores the internal development of political parties, their structures and their changing roles in the developing democracies of East and Southeast Asia. This is a complex issue since organizational structures within many parties seem at least to be fragile, if not completely volatile.
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