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Political Legitimacy in Southeast Asia

The Quest for Moral Authority (Contemporary Issues in Asia and Pacific)

by Muthiah Alagappa

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  • 22 Currently reading

Published by Stanford University Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Ethics & moral philosophy,
  • Political science & theory,
  • Politics and government,
  • International Relations - General,
  • History - General History,
  • Politics/International Relations,
  • Indonesia,
  • Malaysia,
  • Myanmar (Burma),
  • Philippines,
  • Singapore,
  • Thailand,
  • Vietnam,
  • General,
  • Political Process - General,
  • Political Science / Practical Politics,
  • Asia, Southeastern,
  • Legitimacy of governments,
  • Southeast Asia

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages464
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL7928935M
    ISBN 100804725608
    ISBN 109780804725606

      (). Political Legitimacy in Myanmar: The Ethnic Minority Dimension. Asian Security: Vol. 3, Internal Conflicts in Southeast Asia: The Nature, Cited by: 6. *Damien Kingsbury, Southeast Asia: A Political Profile, Chapter 2 “Authority and Legitimacy”, pp. *Mutiah Alagappa, ed. Political Legitimacy in Southeast Asia: The Quest for Moral Authority. Stanford: Stanford University Press, Chapters 1 and 2 (pp) *John McGarry and Brendan O‟Leary, eds. The Politics of EthnicFile Size: KB.

    ‘At last a book that provides a comprehensive, historically grounded and up-to-date survey of politics in Southeast Asia. Covering the historical origins of the diverse regimes that make up the region, as well as the forces driving political change today, Political Change in Southeast Asia will be welcomed by both experts and students of the by: Title: Khaki Capital: The Political Economy of the Military in Southeast Asia Authors: Paul Chambers and Napisa Waitoolkiat (Eds.) Publisher: Thailand: NIAS Press, , pages. After taking power in a coup in , Thailand’s military junta made multiple promises of how they would change the kingdom.

      This book brings together both political philosophers and political scientists to examine the distinctive forms of political legitimacy that exist in contemporary East Asia. It is essential reading for all academic researchers of East Asian government, politics and comparative : NEW YORK, November 6, - The separatist insurgency that has raged in southern Thailand and has claimed more than 3, lives can only be resolved by addressing the issue of legitimacy and establishing a more participatory mode of governance, according to Duncan McCargo, author of Tearing Apart the Land: Islam and Legitimacy in Southern Thailand, winner of the Asia Society Bernard.


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Political Legitimacy in Southeast Asia by Muthiah Alagappa Download PDF EPUB FB2

"An important contribution to reflection on legitimacy and democratization as well as to the study of Southeast Asian politics The book aids our grasp of the problem of legitimacy, and carefully details the way in which it is being played out in one part of the world." (Journal of Democracy)Format: Paperback.

The countries of Southeast Asia, most of which won their independence after World War II, have had varying degrees of success in establishing governments and political systems that in the eyes of their citizens have achieved political legitimacy - that is, are seen to have the right to rule.

Because these countries have much in common and at the same time differ in important ways - with their 5/5(1). Political Legitimacy in Southeast Asia by Muthiah Alagappa,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(4).

Legitimacy:Ambiguities of Political Success or Failure in East and Southeast Asia (Series on Contemporary China Book 1) - Kindle edition by Lynn White. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Legitimacy:Ambiguities of Political Success or Failure in East and Southeast Asia (Series on Manufacturer: World Scientific Publishing Company.

This book explores the challenges and obstacles faced by dissident leaders in Asia seeking to introduce reforms into regimes that are either imperfectly democratic or frankly hostile to democratic pra Political Legitimacy in Indonesia: Islam, Democracy, and Good Governance.

Greg Barton. Muthiah Alagappa is Distinguished Senior Fellow at the East-West Center. He is the editor of Asian Security Order: Instrumental and Normative Features (Stanford, ), Coercion and Governance: The Declining Political Role of the Military in Asia (Stanford, ), Asian Security Practice: Material and Ideational Influences (Stanford, ), and Political Legitimacy in Southeast Asia: The Quest.

Get this from a library. Legitimacy: ambiguities of political success or failure in East and Southeast Asia. [Lynn T White, III;] -- "This book documents the bases for a new view of legitimacy in general and in various parts of Asia, including China, Malaysia, South Korea, Taiwan and Japan.

The authors see legitimacy anywhere as. This book documents the bases for a new view of legitimacy in general and in various parts of Asia, including China, Malaysia, South Korea, Taiwan and Japan.

The authors see legitimacy anywhere as always partial, rather than total, and somewhat measurable. Legitimacy is specifically political, rather than more vaguely socioeconomic.

Get this from a library. Legitimacy: ambiguities of political success or failure in East and Southeast Asia. [Lynn T White;] -- "This book documents the bases for a new view of legitimacy in general and in various parts of Asia, including China, Malaysia, South Korea, Taiwan and.

Read "Political Legitimacy in Asia New Leadership Challenges" by available from Rakuten Kobo. This book explores the challenges and obstacles faced by dissident leaders in Asia seeking to introduce reforms into reg Brand: Palgrave Macmillan US.

democracies. Yet legitimacy and power are deeply cultural features. In this course, we will take a historical and anthropological approach to the question of the cultural underpinnings of political legitimacy.

We will examine state formation in Southeast Asia, state violence, and the always difficult question of legitimacy.

How has power been. Government and Politics in Southeast Asia; Government and Politics in Southeast Asia but no one volume provides an accurate and up-to-date account of political institutions and practices in the region.

Finally, it examines major traditional concerns of political scientists -- who rules, who benefits, and the extent of legitimacy.

Political Legitimacy in Southeast Asia. Stanford University Press, pages including notes, bibliography and index.

This work consists of 11 chapters or essays and an introduction. It is divided into three parts, the first of which comprises three chapters and lays out Author: Eugene Jones. TY - BOOK TI - Political Legitimacy in Southeast Asia: The Quest for Moral Authority A2 - Alagappa, Muthiah SP - CY - Stanford PB - Stanford University Press PY.

Using three comprehensive case studies from Southeast Asia, this book argues elections allow authoritarian regimes to collect information, pursue legitimacy, manage political elites and/or sustain Author: Lee Morgenbesser. Abstract. The success of Indonesia’s democratic transition has implications that go well beyond Southeast ent Suharto’s abrupt resignation in May opened the way not only for democracy but also for Islamist politics, after four decades of authoritarian suppression of political by: 1.

Examines the political dynamics behind anticorruption efforts in Asia. Focusing on Northeast and Southeast Asia—regions notable for political diversity, difficult environments for fighting corruption, and multifarious anticorruption outcomes—this book examines the.

Southeast Asia or Southeastern Asia is a subregion of Asia, consisting of the regions that are geographically south of China, east of India and Bangladesh, north of Australia, and west of New Guinea. The region is the only part of Asia that lies partly within the Southern Hemisphere, although the majority of it is in the Northern contemporary definition, Southeast Asia consists GDP (nominal): $ trillion (exchange rate).

" Singapore: Political Legitimacy through Managing Conformity Political Legitimacy. " In Southeast Asia: The Quest for Moral Authority, edited by Muthiah Alagappa.

Stanford, CA: Stanford. Earlier in September, Wang Qishan, Chinese President Xi Jinping’s de facto right hand man, openly discussed the question of the Chinese Communist Party’s (CCP) legitimacy at. This book was conceived in when I was teaching a course on comparative politics of Southeast Asia at Columbia University.

the question of political legitimacy surfaced many times during the course, both as an issue in itself and in relation to the effectiveness of domestic governance, regime change, and the international conduct of governments. The least south-east Asia’s political elites can do for the maturation and legitimacy of democratic norms is to not violate the mandate extended by the voters who handed them government, or Author: Liam Gammon.Electoral Politics in Southeast and East Asia For the purpose of this book it is sufficient to note that in modern states government by the people has to be indirect for the most part (Sartori, ; ).

That is, citizens participate primarily by choosing political authorities in competitive elections (Powell, 3).

This understanding of File Size: KB.