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Beyond Democracy in Cambodia: Political Reconstruction in a Post-Conflict Society (Democracy in Asia) ePub download

by Mona Lilja,Joakim Ojendal

  • Author: Mona Lilja,Joakim Ojendal
  • ISBN: 8776940438
  • ISBN13: 978-8776940430
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  • Language: English
  • Category: Politics & Government
  • Publisher: NIAS Press (September 30, 2009)
  • Pages: 320
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Beyond Democracy in Cambodia: Political Reconstruction in a Post-Conflict Society (Democracy in Asia) ePub download

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Heritage is increasingly involved in such conflicts as targets and arenas for struggles over identities, authority and superiority. The aimof this project is 1) to explore how claims and contestations in such conflicts are deeply entangled in questions that pertain to a y nexus; and 2) to identify conditions and experiences that indicate a reconciliatory role for heritage.

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Beyond democracy in Cambodia: Political reconstruction in a post-conflict society. Understanding Hybrid Democracy in C ambodia: The Nexus Between Liberal Democracy, the State, Civil Society, and a Politics of Presence. Power, resistance and women politicians in Cambodia: discourses of emancipation. Resisting gendered norms: civil society, the juridical and political space in Cambodia. Asian Politics & Policy 6 (1), 5-24, 2014.

Author: Mona Lilja, Joakim Ojendal. The peace agreement, major reconstruction efforts, and UN-supervised elections that followed Cambodia’s dark period of civil war and genocide have not brought the democracy and reconstruction that was hoped for.

Beyond Democracy in Cambodia examines the battle between these two major challenges–post-conflict reconstruction and democratization. Cambodia has been ruled by the authoritarian Cambodian People’s Party (CPP) for more than three decades, and with no tradition of democratic practice, Cambodia has–like many other post-conflict polities–had a very bumpy ride toward the promotion and deepening of democracy

Beyond Democracy in Cambodia: Political Reconstruction in a Post-Conflict Society. By Joakim Öjendal and Mona Lilja.

Beyond Democracy in Cambodia: Political Reconstruction in a Post-Conflict Society. University of Wisconsin–Madison. Corresponding author. Copenhagen: Nordic Institute of Asian Studies Press. One thinks of the evictees of Boeung Kak Lake, removed under the auspices of the World Bank’s land titling programme

Beyond Democracy in Cambodia: Political Reconstruction in a Post-Conflict Society. One thinks of the evictees of Boeung Kak Lake, removed under the auspices of the World Bank’s land titling programme.

The peace agreement, major reconstruction efforts, and UN-supervised elections that followed Cambodia’s dark period of civil war and genocide have not brought the democracy and reconstruction that was hoped for. This volume (written by a broad mix of Khmer and non-Khmer researchers) is the first study to assess the post-conflict democratization and reconstruction process in Cambodia in a systematic and in-depth empirical way.