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Beyond democracy in Cambodia [electronic resource] :political reconstruction in a post-conflict society / edited by Joakim �Ojendal and Mona Lilja.

Contributor(s): �Ojendal, Joakim | Lilja, Mona.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Democracy in Asia: no. 12.Publisher: Copenhagen : NIAS Press, 2009Description: 1 online resource (xvi, 320 p.).ISBN: 9788776945770 (electronic bk.); 8776945774 (electronic bk.).Subject(s): Cambodia -- Politics and government -- 1979- | Cambodia -- Politics and government -- 1975-1979 | Postwar reconstruction -- Political aspects -- Cambodia | Democratization -- Cambodia | POLITICAL SCIENCE -- Political Process -- General | Democratisering | Politieke situatie | Cambodja | Demokratisierung | Kambodscha | Geschichte 1992-2007Genre/Form: Electronic books.DDC classification: 320.959609051 Online resources: EBSCOhost
Contents:
Beyond democracy in Cambodia: political reconstruction in a post-conflict society? / Joakim �Ojendal and Mona Lilja -- Reconstructing legitimate political authority through elections? / Caroline Hughes -- The judicial system and democratization in post-conflict Cambodia / Kheang Un -- Decentralization as a strategy for state reconstruction in Cambodia / Kim Sedara and Joakim �Ojendal -- Globalization, women's political participation and the politics of legitimacy and reconstruction in Cambodia / Mona Lilja -- The political economy of aid and regime legitimacy in Cambodia / Sophal Ear -- (Re)creating local political legitimacy through governance intervention? / Malin Hasselskog -- Cambodian religion since 1989 / John Marston -- Re-establishing legitimacy through the extraordinary chambers in the courts of Cambodia / Laura McGrew -- The never-ending hunt for political legitimacy in a post-conflict context / Mona Lilja and Joakim �Ojendal.
Summary: This is the first in-depth study to assess the post-conflict democratization process in Cambodia in a systematic, empirical way.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Beyond democracy in Cambodia: political reconstruction in a post-conflict society? / Joakim �Ojendal and Mona Lilja -- Reconstructing legitimate political authority through elections? / Caroline Hughes -- The judicial system and democratization in post-conflict Cambodia / Kheang Un -- Decentralization as a strategy for state reconstruction in Cambodia / Kim Sedara and Joakim �Ojendal -- Globalization, women's political participation and the politics of legitimacy and reconstruction in Cambodia / Mona Lilja -- The political economy of aid and regime legitimacy in Cambodia / Sophal Ear -- (Re)creating local political legitimacy through governance intervention? / Malin Hasselskog -- Cambodian religion since 1989 / John Marston -- Re-establishing legitimacy through the extraordinary chambers in the courts of Cambodia / Laura McGrew -- The never-ending hunt for political legitimacy in a post-conflict context / Mona Lilja and Joakim �Ojendal.

This is the first in-depth study to assess the post-conflict democratization process in Cambodia in a systematic, empirical way.

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