Asian values and its political consequences: Is Cambodia the first domino?

@article{jendal1998AsianVA,
  title={Asian values and its political consequences: Is Cambodia the first domino?},
  author={J. {\"O}jendal and H. Antl{\"o}v},
  journal={Pacific Review},
  year={1998},
  volume={11},
  pages={525-540}
}
Abstract The coincidence of the ‘third wave of democratization’ and the vanishing Cold War seemed in the early 1990s to pave the way for a global democratization. But there are pockets of resistance and backlashes. Southeast Asia has been labelled as the region in the world most resilient to democracy. The Southeast Asian challenge to liberal democracy has been articulated as an ideology superior to liberal democracy, often labelled ‘Asian Values’. The debate on Asian Values has now been going… Expand
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