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東南アジアの比較政治:入門

Comparative Politics of Southeast Asia : An Introduction to Governments and Political Regimes

Croissant, Aurel   Lorenz, Philip

Springer 2017/12
457 p.   
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テキストの言語: ENG    出版国: DE
ISBN: 9783319681818
KCN: 1029148983
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This textbook provides a comprehensive introduction to the political systems of all ASEAN countries and Timor-Leste from a comparative perspective. It investigates the political institutions, actors and processes in eleven states, covering democracies as well as autocratic regimes. Each country study includes an analysis of the current system of governance, the party and electoral system, and an assessment of the state, its legal system and administrative bodies. Students of political science and regional studies will also learn about processes of democratic transition and autocratic persistence, as well as how civil society and the media influence the political culture in each country.

Table of Contents

1 Government and Political Regimes in 1 (14)
Southeast Asia: An Introduction
1.1 Countries and Cultures of Southeast 1 (1)
Asia
1.2 Southeast Asia in Colonial Times 2 (4)
1.3 Southeast Asia Since the End of 6 (5)
Western Colonialism
1.4 The Structure of This Book 11 (4)
References 12 (3)
2 Brunei Darussalam: Malay Islamic Monarchy 15 (20)
and Rentier State
2.1 Historical Background 17 (3)
2.2 Constitutional Development 20 (1)
2.3 System of Government 21 (2)
2.4 Legal and Judicial System 23 (1)
2.5 Political Parties and Elections 24 (1)
2.6 State Administration 25 (1)
2.7 Civil--Military Relations and the 26 (1)
Security Sector
2.8 Civil Society and Media System 27 (2)
2.9 Outlook 29 (6)
References 31 (4)
3 Cambodia: From UN-Led Peace-Building to 35 (36)
Post-Genocidal Authoritarianism
3.1 Historical Background 37 (5)
3.2 Constitutional Development 42 (1)
3.3 System of Government 43 (4)
3.4 Legal and Judicial System 47 (3)
3.5 Electoral System and Elections 50 (3)
3.6 Political Parties and Party System 53 (1)
3.7 State Administration and 54 (2)
Decentralization
3.8 Civil--Military Relations and the 56 (2)
Security Sector
3.9 Political Culture and Civil Society 58 (3)
3.10 Media System 61 (2)
3.11 Outlook 63 (8)
References 64 (7)
4 Indonesia: Challenges of Conflict and 71 (42)
Consensus in the Era of Reformasi
4.1 Historical Background 73 (4)
4.2 Constitutional History 77 (2)
4.3 System of Government 79 (7)
4.3.1 Head of State and Government 79 (3)
4.3.2 Parliament and Legislative Process 82 (3)
4.3.3 Other Agencies of Horizontal 85 (1)
Accountability
4.4 Legal and Judicial System 86 (3)
4.5 Electoral System and Elections 89 (2)
4.6 Political Parties and Party System 91 (3)
4.7 State Administration and 94 (3)
Decentralization
4.8 Civil--Military Relations 97 (2)
4.9 Civil Society and Patterns of 99 (3)
Political Orientations
4.9.1 Media System 101(1)
4.10 Outlook 102(11)
References 103(10)
5 Laos: The Transformation of Periphery 113(28)
Socialism
5.1 Historical Background 115(4)
5.2 Constitutional Development and 119(2)
Principles
5.3 System of Government and the 121(2)
Socialist Party State
5.4 Political Parties 123(2)
5.5 Legal and Judicial System 125(1)
5.6 Electoral System and Elections 126(2)
5.7 State and Decentralization 128(3)
5.8 Civil--Military Relations 131(3)
5.9 Civil Society and Media System 134(1)
5.10 Outlook 135(6)
References 137(4)
6 Malaysia: Competitive Authoritarianism in 141(36)
a Plural Society
6.1 Historical Background 143(4)
6.2 Constitutional History 147(1)
6.3 System of Government 148(4)
6.3.1 Head of State 148(1)
6.3.2 The Legislature 149(2)
6.3.3 Government 151(1)
6.4 Legal and Judicial System 152(2)
6.5 Electoral System and Elections 154(4)
6.6 Political Parties and Party System 158(4)
6.7 Federalism 162(2)
6.8 Civil--Military Relations and the 164(2)
Security Sector
6.9 Political Culture and Civil Society 166(2)
6.10 Media System 168(1)
6.11 Outlook 169(8)
References 170(7)
7 Myanmar: The Challenging Transition from 177(36)
Military to Democratic Government
7.1 Historical Background and Current 179(4)
Political Challenges
7.2 Constitutional History 183(2)
7.3 System of Government 185(4)
7.3.1 Head of State and Government 186(2)
7.3.2 Legislature 188(1)
7.4 Legal and Judicial System 189(3)
7.5 Electoral System and Elections 192(3)
7.6 Parties and Party System 195(2)
7.7 State Administration 197(3)
7.8 Civil--Military Relations 200(2)
7.9 Political Culture, Civil Society, and 202(3)
Media System
7.10 Outlook 205(8)
References 207(6)
8 Philippines: People Power and Defective 213(42)
Elite Democracy
8.1 Historical Background 215(4)
8.2 Constitutional Development 219(1)
8.3 System of Government 220(8)
8.3.1 Head of State and Government 220(4)
8.3.2 Congress 224(4)
8.4 Legal and Judicial System 228(3)
8.5 Electoral System and Elections 231(6)
8.6 Parties and Party System 237(4)
8.7 State Administration 241(2)
8.8 Civil--Military Relations 243(2)
8.9 Political Culture and Civil Society 245(1)
8.10 Media System 246(1)
8.11 Outlook 247(8)
References 248(7)
9 Singapore: Contradicting Conventional 255(36)
Wisdoms About Authoritarianism, State, and
Development
9.1 Historical Background 257(2)
9.2 Constitutional History 259(2)
9.3 System of Government 261(4)
9.3.1 President 262(1)
9.3.2 Prime Minister and Cabinet 263(1)
9.3.3 Parliament 263(2)
9.4 Legal and Judicial System 265(3)
9.5 Electoral System and Elections 268(4)
9.6 Political Parties and Party System 272(2)
9.7 State Administration 274(2)
9.8 Civil--Military Relations 276(1)
9.9 Political Culture and Civil Society 277(2)
9.10 Media System 279(2)
9.11 Outlook 281(10)
References 284(7)
10 Thailand: The Vicious Cycle of Civilian 291(40)
Government and Military Rule
10.1 Historical Background 293(3)
10.2 Constitutional Development 296(3)
10.3 System of Government 299(6)
10.3.1 Head of State 300(1)
10.3.2 The Executive and Legislature 301(3)
10.3.3 Mechanisms of Horizontal 304(1)
Accountability and Watchdog
Organizations
10.4 Legal System and Judiciary 305(1)
10.5 Electoral System and Elections 306(5)
10.6 Political Parties and Party System 311(4)
10.7 State Administration 315(2)
10.8 Civil--Military Relations 317(2)
10.9 Political Culture and Civil Society 319(3)
10.10 Media System 322(1)
10.11 Outlook 323(8)
References 324(7)
11 Timor-Leste: Challenges of Creating a 331(36)
Democratic and Effective State
11.1 Historical Background 333(5)
11.2 Constitutional Development 338(1)
11.3 System of Government 339(6)
11.3.1 President 340(1)
11.3.2 Prime Minister and Council of 341(1)
Ministers
11.3.3 Parliament 342(1)
11.3.4 Interactions Between Presidency, 343(2)
Cabinet, and Legislature
11.4 Legal and Judicial System 345(1)
11.5 Electoral System and Elections 346(3)
11.6 Political Parties and Party System 349(3)
11.7 State Administration and Stateness 352(3)
11.8 Civil--Military Relations and 355(2)
Security Governance
11.9 Civil Society 357(3)
11.10 Media System 360(1)
11.11 Outlook 361(6)
References 361(6)
12 Vietnam: The Socialist Party State 367(36)
12.1 Historical Background 369(5)
12.2 Constitutional Development 374(1)
12.3 System of Government and the 375(4)
Socialist Party Stale
12.4 Parties and Party System 379(3)
12.5 Judicial and Legal System 382(2)
12.6 Electoral System and Elections 384(3)
12.7 State Administration and 387(1)
Decentralization
12.8 Civil-Military Relations 388(5)
12.9 Political Culture, Media System, and 393(4)
Civil Society
12.10 Outlook 397(6)
References 398(5)
13 Conclusions: Comparing Governments and 403
Political Institutions in Southeast Asia
13.1 Introduction 403(1)
13.2 Constitutions 403(4)
13.3 Legal Systems and Constitutional 407(4)
Review
13.4 Systems of Government 411(5)
13.5 Elections and Electoral Systems 416(6)
13.6 Political Parties and Party Systems 422(3)
13.7 State and Administration 425(2)
13.8 Civil--Military Relations 427(4)
13.9 Political Legitimacy and Civil 431(5)
Society
13.10 Outlook 436
References 438