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Looking at political change in Asia.

Post by CEOCambodiaNews » Mon Nov 28, 2016 10:44 am

Expect More Dramatic Political Change in Asia
11/09/2016 06:48 am ET
Daniel Wagner Managing Director of Risk Cooperative / Co-author of "Global Risk Agility and Decision Making".

For decades Asia was thought to be unable to translate populist political sentiment into change at the ballot box, with communist autocracies, military dictatorships and paternalistic strong-men ruling so much of the region -- seemingly in perpetuity. Indeed, four of the world's five remaining communist governments are in Asia (China, Laos, North Korea, and Viet Nam), the military remains firmly entrenched in the political process in countries such as Indonesia and Myanmar, and de facto one-party rule persists in Singapore. That said, populist political movements have now become prevalent, if not predominant, in much of the region, resulting in an unusual mix ranging from democracy to autocratic rule...

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/daniel-wa ... f=thailand
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