South and South-east Asia, 1945–1979: Problems and Policies by B N Pandey

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P. Koirala. Expelled from the Nepali Congress, M. P. Koirala formed his own party - a small group of dissident Nepali Congressmenand with the support of King Tribhuvan functioned as Prime Minister throughout this phase except for a brief period from November 1951 to August 1952. However, parties and politicians, inside and outside the government, wildly pursued their political warfare throughout, in consequence weakening and discrediting the politics of the parties and at the same time strengthening the hand of the King against democracy.

23 It must, however, be admitted that the communist threat to Thailand seemed more real in 1976 than it was in 1957. Of the countries bordering Thailand two, Laos and Cambodia, had turned into communist states by 1975.

A committed demotrat may lose popular support by trying to redeem the conservatism of his constituents. On the other hand, a power-seeking authoritarian may achieve his ends by nourishing, or following, as it were, the dictates of his followers. INDIA Looking first at the political elites of India one finds that it was only after the death of Nehru in 1964 that the struggle for power between the opposition and the ruling elites became intensely personalised, more unprincipled and unashamedly degenerate.

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