restricted access   Volume 23, Number 3, July 2012

Table of Contents

From: Journal of Democracy

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Articles

The Transformation of the Arab World

pp. 5-18
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Putinism Under Siege

It had long seemed as if Russians were resigned to the rule of Vladimir Putin, until angry protests over the most recent parliamentary and presidential elections stripped the Putin regime of its veneer of legitimacy. Why this sudden change, and what is likely to come next?

Implosion, Atrophy, or Revolution?

pp. 19-32
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An Autopsy of Managed Democracy

pp. 33-45
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The Strange Alliance of Democrats and Nationalists

pp. 46-54
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The Protesters and The Public

pp. 55-62
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Can There Be a Color Revolution?

pp. 63-70
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Turkey and Thailand: Unlikely Twins

pp. 71-79
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African Elections: Two Divergent Trends

pp. 80-93
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Oil, Politics, and Ghana’s Democracy

pp. 94-108
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The DRC’s Crumbling Legitimacy

pp. 109-120
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Senegal: What Will Turnover Bring?

pp. 121-131
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How Things Went Wrong

pp. 132-137
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Disabling the Constitution

pp. 138-146
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Can Outsiders Help?

pp. 147-155
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The Surprising Success of Multiparty Presidentialism

pp. 156-170
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Books in Review

The Spirit of Aung San Suu Kyi

pp. 171-174
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Books Received

pp. 174-177
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Election Results (March–June 2012)

pp. 178-182
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Documents on Democracy

pp. 183-185
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News and Notes

pp. 186-188
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