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  • Books Received

The books listed below were recently received by the editors. A listing here does not preclude a review in a future issue.

Advanced Democracies

Audit in a Democracy: The Australian Model of Public Sector Audit and its Application to Emerging Markets. By Paul Nicoll. Ashgate, 2005. 233 pp.
A Common Law for Europe. By Gian Antonio Benacchio and Barbara Pasa. Central European University Press, 2006. 320 pp.
Democracy for All: Restoring Immigrant Voting Rights in the United States. By Ron Hayduk. Routledge, 2006. 250 pp.
Elections of 2000: Politics, Culture, and Economics in North America. Edited by Mary K. Kirtz, et al. University of Akron Press, 2006. 288 pp.
The Harmonization of Civil and Commercial Law in Europe. By Barbara Pasa and Gian Antonio Benacchio. Central European University Press, 2006. 567 pp.
Law and Order: Street Crime, Civil Disorder, and the Crisis of Liberalism. By Michael W. Flamm. Columbia University Press, 2005. 294 pp.
The Politics of Good Intentions. By David Runciman. Princeton University Press, 2006. 211 pp.
Terms of Trust: Arguments over Ethics in Australian Governments. By John Uhr. University of New South Wales Press, 2005. 237 pp.
Uniting America: Restoring the Vital Center to American Democracy. Edited by Norton Garfinkle and Daniel Yankelovich. Yale University Press, 2005. 287 pp.


African Parliaments: Between Governments and Governance. Edited by M.A. Mohamed Salih. Palgrave MacMillan, 2005. 286 pp.
Class, Race, and Inequality in South Africa. By Jeremy Seekings and Nicoli Nattrass. Yale University Press, 2005. 446 pp.
The Fate of Africa’s Democratic Experiments: Elites and Institutions. By Leonardo A. Villalon and Peter VonDoepp. Indiana University Press, 2005. 324 pp.
Limits to Liberation After Apartheid: Citizenship, Governance and Culture. Edited by Steven L. Robins. Ohio University Press, 2005. 246 pp.
Muslim Civic Cultures and Conflict Resolution: The Challenge of Democratic Federalism in Nigeria. By John N. Paden. Brookings, 2005. 303 pp.


Abiding by Sri Lanka: On Peace, Place, and Postcoloniality. By Qadri Ismail. University of Minnesota Press, 2005. 273 pp.
Bare Branches: The Security Implications of Asia’s Surplus Male Population. By Valerie M. Hudson and Andrea M. den Boer. MIT Press, 2005. 329 pp.
Facing Death in Cambodia. By Peter Maguire. Columbia University Press, 2005. 261 pp.
Hungry for Peace: International Security, Humanitarian Assistance, and Social Change in North Korea. By Hazel Smith. United States Institute of Peace Press, 2005. 339 pp.
Indonesia: The Great Transition. Edited by John Bresnan. Rowman & Littlefield, 2005. 318 pp.
Jihad, Hindutva and the Taliban: South Asia at the Crossroads. By Iftikhar H. Malik. Oxford University Press, 2005. 298 pp.
Religious Organizations and Democratization: Case Studies from Contemporary Asia. Edited by Tun-Jen Cheng and Deborah A. Brown. M. E. Sharpe, 2005. 306 pp.
Remaking Beijing: Tiananmen Square and the Creation of a Political Space. By Wu Hung. University of Chicago Press, 2005. 272 pp.
Two Dreams in One Bed: Empire, Social Life, and the Origins of the North Korean Revolution in Manchuria. By Hyun Ok Park. Duke University Press, 2005. 314 pp.

Eastern Europe and the Former Soviet Union

Chechnya: From Past to Future. Edited by Richard Sakwa. Anthem Press, 2005. 300 pp.
Elected Affinities: Democracy and Party Competition in Slovakia and the Czech Republic. By Kevin Deegan-Krause. Stanford University Press, 2006. 329 pp.
Flawed Succession: Russia’s Power Transfer Crises. Edited by Uri Ra’anan. Lexington, 2006. 175 pp.
Kosova Express. By James Pettifer. University of Wisconsin Press, 2005. 262 pp. Lessons from Russia: Clinton and U.S. Democracy Promotion. By Lee Marsden. Ashgate, 2005. 218 pp.
Post-Soviet Civil Society: Democratization in Russia and the Baltic States. By Anders Uhline. Routledge, 2006. 205 pp.
Rethinking the Rule of Law After Communism. Edited by Adam Czarnota, Martin Krygier, and Wojciech Sadurski. Central European University Press, 2006. 383 pp.
Russian Civil Society: A Critical Assessment. Edited by Alfred B. Evans, Jr., Laura A. Henry, and Lisa McIntosh Sundstrom. M.E. Sharpe, 2005. 340 pp.
Russian Conservatism and Its Critics. By Richard Pipes. Yale University Press, 2005. 216 pp.
Towards Social Stability and Democratic Governance in Central Eurasia: Challenges to Regional Security. Edited by Irinia Morozova. IOS Press, 2005. 309 pp.
Ukraine’s Orange Revolution. By Andrew Wilson. Yale...


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