Politics in Taiwan: Voting for Reform

Politics in Taiwan: Voting for Reform

Shelley Rigger / Sep 15, 2019

Politics in Taiwan Voting for Reform This book shows that Taiwan unlike other countries avoided serious economic disruption and social conflict and arrived at its goal of multi party competition with little blood shed Nonetheless thi

  • Title: Politics in Taiwan: Voting for Reform
  • Author: Shelley Rigger
  • ISBN: 9780415172097
  • Page: 407
  • Format: Paperback
  • This book shows that Taiwan, unlike other countries, avoided serious economic disruption and social conflict, and arrived at its goal of multi party competition with little blood shed Nonetheless, this survey reveals that for those who imagine democracy to be the panacea for every social, economic and political ill, Taiwan s continuing struggles against corruption, isolatThis book shows that Taiwan, unlike other countries, avoided serious economic disruption and social conflict, and arrived at its goal of multi party competition with little blood shed Nonetheless, this survey reveals that for those who imagine democracy to be the panacea for every social, economic and political ill, Taiwan s continuing struggles against corruption, isolation and division offer a cautionary lesson.This book is an ideal, one stop resource for undergraduate and postgraduate students of political science, particuarly those interested in the international politics of China, and the Asia Pacific.

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    1. The first chapter is the most interesting (since it compares Taiwan's democratical process to a specific sociologist's theory) and illuminating, while the rest of the book delves into details that I likely won't remember a week from now.Not to say this is a book unworthy of reading (I learned a lot), but there are many redundancies throughout the chapters. Overall I would suggest reading chapters 1-4 if you know nothing about Taiwan, and the rest if you're interested enough. It's a good intro bo [...]


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