Politicized Society: Taiwan’s Struggle with its One-Party Past
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352pp. November 2017
Politicized Society: Taiwan’s Struggle with its One-Party Past
Author: Mattlin, Mikael;
This updated edition, with new sections covering KMT rule (2008–16) and the first year of the new DPP government, draws out the broader implications of the book’s argument regarding the politicization of society, and ponders the prospects for Taiwan’s democracy in the shadow of a dominant China. Scholars and students of East Asian politics as well as policy-makers, NGOs, businesses, journalists and many others will find this an illuminating study on Taiwan and Greater China, and in democratic transition more generally.

25 figures, illustrations

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Governance in Asia
Distributed for NIAS Press (Nordic Institute of Asian Studies)
Author: Mattlin, Mikael;
Dr Mikael Mattlin is a senior lecturer and adjunct professor at the University of Turku. A fluent Mandarin speaker, he has specialized in the politics, foreign policy and political economy of Greater China since 1995.



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