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Regional Impact of Thailand's Withering Democracy

Tuesday, Dec. 14, 2010

This is the second of a three-part series on Thailand's slide toward authoritarian rule. The first article discussed the domestic effects of Thailand's faltering democracy. This second article discusses the regional effects. A third article, to appear next week, will discuss the broader implications for the U.S.-China rivalry in Southeast Asia.

The ripple effects of Thailand's withering democracy are being felt across Southeast Asia, a highly dynamic region that has never fully embraced democracy. ...

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