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Democracy has always been fragile in Southeast Asia. Now, it may be sliding backwards

By James Chin, Professor of Asian Studies, University of Tasmania
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In many of these countries, traditional power — often autocratic, feudal and authoritarian — lies just beneath the veneer of liberal democracies.

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