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Liberal vs. illiberal democratization

Kenneth Christie

Liberal vs. illiberal democratization

the case of Southeast Asia

by Kenneth Christie

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Published by Academia Sinica, Program for Southeast Asian Area Studies in Taipei, Taiwan .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references.

Other titlesLiberal versus illiberal democratization
StatementKenneth Christie.
SeriesPROSEA occasional paper ;, no. 9
Classifications
LC ClassificationsMLCM 2002/00289 (J)
The Physical Object
Pagination17 p. ;
Number of Pages17
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3607099M
LC Control Number2002351976

When I wrote a book about “illiberal democracy” in , I noted that in polls, Americans showed greatest respect for the three most undemocratic institutions in the country: the Supreme Court, the Federal Reserve and the armed forces. Today, the first two have lost much of their luster, and only the latter remains broadly admired. The Rise of Illiberal Democracy “As we begin , the most urgent threat to liberal Patrick J. Buchanan is a founding editor of The American Conservative and the author of the book.

Illiberal Democracy vs Undemocratic Liberalism They too harness a new level of anger that is quite unlike anything liberal democracies have witnessed in a half-century. They too promise to stand up for ordinary people, to do away with a corrupt political elite, and to put the ethnic and religious minorities who are now (supposedly) being.   The term “illiberal democracy,” advanced by some as an acceptable model for future change in many parts of the Middle East, is, in truth, an oxymoron.

Illiberal democracy is a growth industry. Seven years ago only 22 percent of democratizing countries could have been so categorized; five years ago that figure had risen to 35 percent. And to date few illiberal democracies have matured into liberal democracies; if anything, they are moving toward heightened by:   Hence, liberal democracy is divided, spawning "two new regime forms: 'illiberal democracy,' or democracy without rights, and 'undemocratic liberalism,' or rights without democracy." An "illiberal democracy" enjoys popular majorities in elections, and populist regimes in Hungary and Poland had introduced reforms that significantly undermine the.


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