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This topic explores the argument about the meaning of democracy and human rights in Asia and what democracy is supposed to achieve, and under what conditions democracy originates and survives. It examines how countries have become democratic in Asia and how democracy has been defined. It compares the human rights and social costs and benefits of democratic political systems in Asia. It analyses the relationship between the rise of an Asian middle class and the rise of democratic institutions.
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