Volume 18, Number 2, April 2007

Table of Contents

From: Journal of Democracy

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Toward Muslim Democracies

pp. 5-13
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The Challenge of Closely Fought Elections

pp. 14-28
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India's Unlikely Democracy

India's Unlikely Democracy

p. 29
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Six Decades of Independence

pp. 30-40
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Economic Growth and Political Accommodation

pp. 41-54
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Civil Society Versus Corruption

pp. 55-69
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The Rise of Judicial Sovereignty

pp. 70-83
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A Wake-Up Call in Afghanistan

pp. 84-98
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Venezuela: Crowding Out the Opposition

pp. 99-113
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Another Russia?

Battling KGB, Inc.

pp. 114-119
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After the Leviathan

pp. 120-121
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Putin's Invented Opposition

pp. 122-124
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The 2006 Freedom House Survey

The Pushback Against Democracy

pp. 125-137
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Voting for Change in the DRC

pp. 138-151
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Montenegro: A Miracle in the Balkans?

pp. 152-159
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Books in Review

Are New Democracies War-Prone?

pp. 160-167
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Assisting Political Parties

pp. 167-171
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Books Received

Books Received

pp. 171-174
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Election Watch

Election Watch

pp. 175-178
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Documents on Democracy

Documents on Democracy

pp. 179-181
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News and Notes

News and Notes

pp. 182-184
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Seymour Martin Lipset (1922-2006)

pp. 185-188
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