Visiting Senior Fellow, ISEAS–Yusof Ishak Institute
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Will Green Parties rise in Southeast Asia?
Greens often prosper in federal systems, in richer countries with service-based economies, in situations where environmental issues are part of mainstream political debates, and in electorates with large numbers of young, highly-educated members drawn from the middle class. If this is the case, then Southeast Asia may eventually see the rise of its own green movement, writes Michael Schaper.