The trials of Asian democracy
The implications of a growing list of prosecutions aimed at politicians in opposition parties in Asia may be grave
These are times of trial—literally in the courts—for a growing number of Asia’s democracies. The list of major national political leaders in the region who have faced, or are about to face, criminal charges has grown so extensive that it is plausible to wonder whether democracy itself can survive in a number of these countries.
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