restricted access   Volume 24, Number 1, January 2013

Table of Contents

Debate

Arab Democracy or Islamist Revolution?

pp. 5-13
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There Will Be No Islamist Revolution

pp. 14-19
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China at the Tipping Point?

Foreseeing the Unforeseeable

pp. 20-25
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Authoritarianism and Contestation

pp. 26-40
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Top-Level Reform or Bottom-Up Revolution?

pp. 41-48
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Goodbye to Gradualism

pp. 49-56
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The Rising Cost of Stability

pp. 57-64
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The Turn Against Legal Reform

pp. 65-72
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The Troubled Periphery

pp. 73-78
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From “Fart People” to Citizens

pp. 79-85
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Egypt: Why Liberalism Still Matters

pp. 86-100
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Controlling Corruption Through Collective Action

pp. 101-115
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A New Chance for Georgian Democracy

pp. 116-127
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Mexico’s 2012 Elections: The Return of the PRI

pp. 128-141
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Regime Types and Democratic Sequencing

pp. 142-155
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Southeast Asia: In The Shadow of China

pp. 156-164
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Papua New Guinea: From Coup to Reconciliation

pp. 165-171
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Books in Review

Building Democratic Militaries

pp. 172-175
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Books Received

pp. 175-178
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Election Watch

pp. 179-182
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Documents on Democracy

pp. 183-187
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News and Notes

pp. 188-190
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