Militant Democracy vis-à-vis external threat – a case study of Taiwan – Ching-Lun (Al) Liu

  Militant Democracy vis-à-vis external threat – a case study of Taiwan By Ching-Lun (Al) Liu Abstract Coined by Karl Löwenstein, militant democracy refers to the notion of a democracy being authorised to pre-emptively restrict the exercise of certain civil liberties in order to protect the ‘free and liberal democratic order’. Often taken in forms… More Militant Democracy vis-à-vis external threat – a case study of Taiwan – Ching-Lun (Al) Liu