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Democratisation in Taiwan

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Democratization in Taiwan in the last decade raises the question whether a similar process can happen in China, and dispels the old conception that democratization is incompatible with the Chinese/Confucian tradition. This volume examines the nature of and the dynamics in the democratization of a Leninist style party-state in Taiwan and its implications for China - still governed under a Leninist system. It also assesses the process of democratic consolidation and the political, military and diplomatic reality which constrains democratization in Taiwan.



Auteur

TUN-JEN CHENG Visiting Scholar at INPR and an Associate Professor of Government at the College of William and Mary, Williamsburg, Virginia YUN-HAN CHU Director of Programme at INPR, Professor of Political Science at national Taiwan University JÜRGEN DOMES Director of the Institute for Relations of Europe with Non-European Areas at the European Academy TEH-FU HUANG Professor of Political Science and Director of the Election Studies Centre at the National Chengchi University, Taipei CHRISTOPHER HUGHES Lecturer in the International Relations and Politics of the Asia-Pacific at the University of Birmingham I-CHOU LIU Associate Professor of Political Science at the National Chengchi University FRANÇOISE MENGIN holds a doctorate from the Institut d'Etudes Politiques de Paris LAURENCE WHITEHEAD Senior Fellow and Official Fellow in Politics at Nuffield College CHING-HSIN YU Research Associate at the Election Studies Centre at the National Chengchi University, Taipei CHYUAN-JENQ SHIAU Professor of Political Science at National Taiwan University and Director of the Department of Public Policy and Administration



Contenu

Preface Introduction: Taiwan's Democratization Experience and its Implications for China Acronyms Notes on Contributors Transforming a Party State into a Democracy; S.Tsang Crafting Democratic Institutions; H.Tien & T.Cheng Electoral and Party Politics in Democratization; J.Domes The Development of the Opposition; I.Liu Developing a Party System and Democratic Consolidation; T.Huang & C.Yu Civil Society and Democratization; C.Shiau State and Identity; F.Mengin Democratization and Beijing's Taiwan Policy; C.R.Hughes The Challenge of Democratic Consolidation; Y.Chu The Democratization of Taiwan: A Comparative Perspective; L.Whitehead Index

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Titre: Democratisation in Taiwan
Sous-titre: Implications for China
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Code EAN: 9781349272792
Protection contre la copie numérique: filigrane numérique
Format: eBook (pdf)
Producteur: Palgrave Macmillan UK
Genre: Sciences politiques
nombre de pages: 191
Parution: 31.12.1999
Taille de fichier: 21.3 MB

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