Unexpected Turns: About Democracy in Southeast Asia
Democracy in Southeast Asia: In the four years since the coup in Thailand, the military junta has consistently consolidated its power. In neighboring Malaysia, on the other hand, the parliamentary elections in May 2018 have seen a democratic change of power for more than 50 years. What do these developments mean for Southeast Asia? A discussion with Bernice Chauly, Author, Malaysia; Prabda Yoon, Author, Thailand; Moderation: Manfred Hornung, Director, Heinrich Böll Foundation Southeast Asia.