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Southeast Asia's paths to political change

Political transformations can come in many forms. That is certainly the case in Southeast Asia.

But there are essentially three different types of political change -- as seen in the region. The first is transformative change, a gradual and peaceful process that normally occurs in the framework of democracy. It implies a consultative and consensus-making process, exemplified in the region by developments in Taiwan which held successful elections earlier this year.

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