Analyses how authoritarian rulers of Southeast Asian countries maintain their durability in office. Explains why some movements of civil society organizations succeed while others fail to achieve their demands. Discusses the relationship between the state-society-business in the political survival context. As the first comparative analysis of strategies of regime survival across Southeast Asia. Provides an in-depth insight into the various opposition movements, and the behaviour of antagonistic civic and political actors in the region.
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