Tag: Political Science
This presentation explores the emergence of populist politics in Southeast Asia.
This talk by Emeritus Professor Ben Kerkvliet emphasizes critics who want to replace, non-violently, the present regime with a democratic political system in Viet Nam.
Nation Building in Timor-Leste: National Identity Contests and Crises a talk by Jonathan Henick, Political Science Nation building has tended to focus on the role of political elites in constructing “hard” institutions to create a sense of national identity. Timor-Leste’s experience suggests, however, that when “soft” or cultural aspects of nationhood – including symbols, rituals […]
Our first Bookshelf Spotlight of 2013 features five books on the politics/political history of Thailand
CSEAS presents the Bookshelf Spotlight on Southeast Asia & Political Science
This panel discussion examines a crucial moment in Thailandâ€™s political history… (on 4/23)
In this panel discussion, Erik Kuhonta (co-editor), Benedict Kerkvliet, and Richard Doner speak to some of the issues raised in the book, “Southeast Asia in Political Science: Theory, Region, and Qualitative Analysis.”