Thai and South Korean Military Withdrawal and Democratisation: Notes on the Indonesian Military Politics (I Ketut Gunawan)

March 14, 2013
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  • Judul: Thai and South Korean Military Withdrawal and Democratisation: Notes on the Indonesian Military Politics
  • Pengarang (nama dosen): I Ketut Gunawan
  • Abstrak (max. 1600 atau 250 kata): Thailand and South Korea are two Asian countries that have successfully etablished civilian control of politics as a result of military withdrawal. This study analyses their efforts and experiences in establishing military withdrawal as a foundation of civilian control and democratisation. The success of military withdrawal in these countries is an interesting phenomenon. It has even become a notable references in the struggles for military withdrawal among pro-democracy groups in Asian countries, particularly Indonesia, where the military have been playing dominant or significant role in domestic politics. The struggles for the establishment of military withdrawal, civilian control and democratisation in Indonesia have indeed provided considerable outcomes. However, the fruits of he struggles are not as successful as those of South Korea and Thailand so far. Therefore, this archipelagic country can learn those two countries’ lessons.
  • Kata Kunci (max. 80 huruf atau 10 kata): military withdrawal, civilian control, democratisation, Thailand, South Korea, Indonesia
  • Program Studi/Unit Kerja: Ilmu Pemerintahan
  • Jenis Karya Ilmiah (type of material): Laporan Penelitian
  • Tempat Terbit (Kota): Tokyo
  • Penerbit/Lembaga: Japan Institute of International Affairs (JIIA)
  • Tahun Terbit: 2000
  • File (max. 8 Mb): military (03-14-13-02-13-50).pdf (493 kB)

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