Debating	Democratization	in	Myanmar	(Electoral	System	Choice	in	Myanmar's	Democratization	Debate)
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Debating Democratization in Myanmar (Electoral System Choice in Myanmar's Democratization Debate)

by Kyle Lemargie ; Andrew Reynolds ; Peter Erben ; David Ennis

Is Myanmar (Burma) democratizing, or is it moving towards a new form of authoritarianism, perhaps one more consonant with other contemporary authoritarian regimes in Asia?
Coming at a critical time, and one of growing interest in this Southeast Asian country among researchers and policy-makers, Debating Democratization in Myanmar addresses this complex question from a range of disciplinary and professional perspectives. Chapters by leading international scholars and practitioners, activists and politicians from Myanmar and around the world cover political and economic updates, as well as the problems of democratization; the re-engagement of democratic activists and exiles in domestic affairs; the new parliament, the electoral system, and everyday politics; prospects for the economy; ethnic cooperation, contestation and conflict; the role of the army and police forces; and conditions for women. Together they constitute an empirically deep and analytically rich source of readable and relevant material for anyone keen to obtain a greater understanding of what is happening in Myanmar today, and why.

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  • Publisher : Institute of Southeast Asian Studies
  • Product Code : 9789814519151C12

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Kyle Lemargie ; Andrew Reynolds ; Peter Erben ; David Ennis

Kyle Lemargie is an international electoral expert working on projects in Southeast Asia. ; Andrew R eynolds is Professor of Political Science Department, and Chair of Global Studies, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, and is an international electoral expert. ; Peter Erben is an international electoral expert based in Jakarta. ; David Ennis is an international electoral expert, with extensive experience in the management of elections in post-conflict and transitional societies.