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National Security Studies Programme (NSSP). Science and Technology Studies Programme (STSP). Studies in Inter-Religious Relations in Plural Societies (SRP) Programme. by Yang Razali Kassim. Transition Politics in Southeast Asia: Dynamics of Leadership Change and Succession in Indonesia and Malaysia. Marshall Cavendish: Singapore, 2005. Last updated on 15/05/2015.

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The issue of leadership change and political succession continues to resonate in Southeast Asia today, nearly a decade after the 1997 Asian financial crisis unleashed tectonic waves throughout the region

The issue of leadership change and political succession continues to resonate in Southeast Asia today, nearly a decade after the 1997 Asian financial crisis unleashed tectonic waves throughout the region.

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The issue of leadership change and political succession continues to resonate in Southeast Asia today, nearly a decade after the 1997 Asian financial crisis unleashed tectonic waves throughout the region. Amid a wider process of transition that also swept Thailand, the Philippines, and Singapore, two countriesIndonesia and Malaysiawent through significant transfers of power from one generation to another. Suharto's fall in 1998 triggered a series of political successions before throwing up Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono as president. Mahathir Mohamad stepped down in 2003 and handed over power to Abdullah Ahmad Badawi, but not before a cataclysmic struggle with his once-anointed heir apparent, Anwar Ibrahim. This book looks at the politics of leadership change and succession in Indonesia and Malaysia, two countries which experienced the worst political fallouts from the Asian financial crisis. The author begins with an overview of the political transitions in Southeast Asia and then examine