restricted access   Volume 28, Number 4, October 2017

Table of Contents

Articles

Liberal Democracy’s Fading Allure

pp. 5-14
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Eroding Norms and Democratic Deconsolidation

pp. 15-29
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Iran’s 2017 Election

Iran’s 2017 Election: The Opposition Inches Forward

pp. 30-37
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Iran’s 2017 Election: Waning Democratic Hopes

pp. 38-45
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From Liberation to Turmoil: Social Media And Democracy

pp. 46-59
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The Kremlin Emboldened

The Kremlin Emboldened

p. 60
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The Kremlin Emboldened: What Is Putinism?

pp. 61-75
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The Kremlin Emboldened: Putinism After Crimea

pp. 76-79
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The Kremlin Emboldened: Why Putinism Arose

pp. 80-85
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The Kremlin Emboldened: How Putin Wins Support

pp. 86-100
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The Kremlin Emboldened: Paradoxes of Decline

pp. 101-109
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The Kremlin Emboldened: Putin Is not Russia

pp. 110-116
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South Korea After Impeachment

pp. 117-131
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Elections in the Hardest Places: The Case of Somalia

pp. 132-146
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Strengthening Constitutionalism in Asia

pp. 147-161
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How Much Democratic Backsliding?

pp. 162-169
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Books in Review

China’s Eurasian Century? Political and Strategic Implications of the Belt and Road Initiative by Nadège Rolland (review)

pp. 170-174
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Books Received

pp. 174-176
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Election Watch

pp. 177-179
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Documents on Democracy

pp. 180-181
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News and Notes

pp. 182-184
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Liu Xiaobo (1955–2017)

pp. 185-190
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Index

pp. 191-192
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