The Next Left?

Democratisation and Attempts to Renew the Radical Political Development Project - the Case of Kerala

by Olle Tornquist

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  • Pages: 110 pp.
  • Series number: 24
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Part of a larger effort to compare renewal-oriented popular movements. The focus here is on the Indian state of Kerala, which stands out for one of the most impressive and exciting attempts in the world to further develop a leftist project.
Part of a larger effort to compare renewal-oriented popular movements. The focus here is on the Indian state of Kerala, which stands out as one of the most impressive and exciting attempts in the world to further develop a leftist project.
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Olle Törnquist, Professor of Political Science and Development Research, University of Oslo, (earlier with Uppsala University), has written widely on radical politics, development and democratisation. In addition to parts of India, his main empirical focus since the 1970s is Indonesia, where he also

Olle Törnquist, Professor of Political Science and Development Research, University of Oslo, (earlier with Uppsala University), has written widely on radical politics, development and democratisation. In addition to parts of India, his main empirical focus since the 1970s is Indonesia, where he also
co-directs research with scholarly activists. His recent books are Assessing Dynamics of Democratisation (Palgrave 2013) and the anthologies (with co-editors) Democratisation in the Global South (Palgrave 2013) and Reclaiming the State: Overcoming Problems of Democracy in Post-Soeharto Indonesia (PolGov & PCD 2015).

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