Volume 23, Number 1, January 2012

Table of Contents

China and East Asian Democracy

I

The Coming Wave

pp. 5-13
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II

The Patterns of History

pp. 14-26
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III

Is CCP Rule Fragile or Resilient?

pp. 27-41
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IV

The Taiwan Factor

pp. 42-56
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Morocco: Outfoxing the Opposition

pp. 57-69
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Indonesia: The Benefits of Civic Engagement

pp. 70-84
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Turkey Under the AKP

I

The Era of Dominant-Party Politics

pp. 85-99
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II

Civil-Military Relations Transformed

pp. 100-108
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III

Are Rights and Liberties Safe?

pp. 109-118
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IV

The Kurdish Question

pp. 119-128
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Democracy Assistance: What Recipients Think

pp. 129-137
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Corruption in India

I

An Enduring Threat

pp. 138-148
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II

Can the Right to Information Help?

pp. 149-154
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Debating Electoral Systems

I

Getting Majoritarianism Right

pp. 155-163
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II

Getting Elections Wrong

pp. 164-168
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Books in Review

Between Authoritarianism and Democracy

pp. 169-173
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Books Received

pp. 173-175
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Election Watch

pp. 176-181
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Documents on Democracy

pp. 182-184
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News and Notes

pp. 185-187
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Vitali Silit Ski (1972-2011)

pp. 188-189
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