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Challenges to Democratic Governance in Thailand

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Authors
Khamchoo, Chaiwat
Issue Date
2002
Publisher
서울대학교 한국정치연구소
Citation
한국정치연구, Vol.11 No.1, pp. 117-148
Abstract
This article, incorporating relevant data from the Gallup Millennium Survey conducted in Thailand, will look at some of the more significant issues concerning participation and good governance in relation to cultural values and enduring political practices, contextualised by critical local-global debates. It is clear that stable, consolidated democracy has long evaded Thailand. The fIrst attempt was in June 1932 when a group of junior military officers and public servants overthrew the absolute monarchy and proclaimed the first democratic regime in Thailand. Although this was more symbolic than factual, leading to a long period of paternalistic and authoritarian military dictatorships, it at least created new ways of thinking about political democracy and participation. In the period since 1932 there have been nine successful coups and seven failed coups.
ISSN
1738-7477
Language
English
URI
http://hdl.handle.net/10371/90012
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College of Social Sciences (사회과학대학)Institute of Korean Political Studies (한국정치연구소)한국정치연구 (Journal of Korean Politics)한국정치연구 Volume 11 Number 1/2 (2002)
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