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Crisis in Autocratic Regimes - by Johannes Gerschewski & Chrisoph H. Stefes (Hardcover)
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What makes autocratic regimes vulnerable? Why, in times of crisis, do some of these regimes break down while others weather the storm? This is the puzzle addressed in Crisis in Autocratic Regimes. Taking a long-term perspective, the authors focus not on sudden shocks and ruptures, but instead on gradual processes of disintegration as they unfold over time.CONTENTS:
- Analyzing Crises in Autocratic Regimes—J. Gerschewski.
- Anticipating Crises in Autocracies—M.K. Dimitrov.
- Disturbing the Dictator: Peaceful Protest Under Authoritarianism—A. Schedler.
- Force vs. Institutions in Authoritarian Politics—M.W. Svolik.
- The Military and Autocratic Regimes Crises: Roles of the Armed Forces—A. Croissant, T. Eschenauer, and J. Kamerling.
- The Impact of Elections: The Case of Uganda—S.-E. Helle and L. Rakner.
- Coordination and Crisis Prevention: The Case of Post-Soviet Eurasia—M. Bader.
- The Resilience of Authoritarianism: The Case of the Chinese Developmental State—T. Heberer.
- Historical Legacies and the Institutionalization of Military Rule: Lessons from Latin America—F. Agüero and J. Brückner.
- Successes and Failures of Authoritarian Governance: The Case of the Arab Spring—F. Volpi.
- Crisis? What Crisis? Concluding Thoughts—C.H. Stefes.
Number of Pages: 269.0
Genre: Political Science
Publisher: Lynne Rienner Pub
Author: Johannes Gerschewski & Chrisoph H. Stefes
Street Date: November 17, 2017
Item Number (DPCI): 248-56-1015