Denise Gimpel, Bent Nielsen & Paul Bailey (eds) 2012 China is in flux but – as argued by the contributors to this volume – change is neither new to China nor is it unique to that country; similar patterns are
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Cecilia Bergstedt 2015 “The husband ploughs, the wife transplants, the buffalo harrows.” In rural Vietnam, this ancient saying has survived communist revolution, land reforms and the recent rise of market-oriented household farming. And yet, even if this trinity still pictures
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Michael Kelly Connors 2006 This revised and updated paperback edition of the widely praised Democracy and National Identity in Thailand provides readers with a fascinating discussion of how debates about democracy and national identity in Thailand have evolved from the
Mikaela Nyman 2006 The fall from power of Indonesia’s President Suharto in 1998 has drawn much media and academic attention but the focus has been on the elite perspective, the role of the regime and military; little has been published