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  • Contents of Volume 24, 2013

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January 2013
Hillel Fradkin, Arab Democracy or Islamist Revolution? 5
Olivier Roy, There Will Be No Islamist Revolution 14
China at the Tipping Point?  
     Andrew J. Nathan, Foreseeing the Unforeseeable 20
     Zhenhua Su, Hui Zhao, and Jingkai He, Authoritarianism and Contestation 26
     Cheng Li, Top-Level Reform or Bottom-Up Revolution? 41
     Tiancheng Wang, Goodbye to Gradualism 49
     Xi Chen, The Rising Cost of Stability 57
     Carl Minzner, The Turn Against Legal Reform 65
     Louisa Greve, The Troubled Periphery 73
     Perry Link and Xiao Qiang, From “Fart People” to Citizens 79
Michele Dunne and Tarek Radwan, Egypt: Why Liberalism Still Matters 86
Alina Mungiu-Pippidi, Controlling Corruption Through Collective Action 101
Charles H. Fairbanks, Jr., and Alexi Gugushvili, A New Chance for Georgian Democracy 116
Gustavo Flores-Macías, Mexico’s 2012 Elections: The Return of the PRI 128
Jørgen Møller and Svend-Erik Skaaning, Regime Types and Democratic Sequencing 142
Benjamin Reilly, Southeast Asia: In The Shadow of China 156
R.J. May, Papua New Guinea: From Coup to Reconciliation 165
Books in Review  
     Harold Trinkunas, Building Democratic Militaries 172
April 2013
Hussain Haqqani, Islamists and Democracy: Cautions from Pakistan 5
Alfred Stepan and Juan J. Linz, Democratization Theory and the “Arab Spring” 15
Takis S. Pappas, Why Greece Failed 31
The Freedom House Survey for 2012  
     Arch Puddington, Breakthroughs in the Balance 46
Zoltan Barany, Armies and Revolutions 62
Darin Christensen and Jeremy M. Weinstein, Defunding Dissent: Restrictions on Aid to NGOs 77
Lessons from Latin America 92
     Steven Levitsky and María Victoria Murillo, Building Institutions on Weak Foundations 93
     Sebastián L. Mazzuca, The Rise of Rentier Populism 108
     Scott Mainwaring and Aníbal Pérez-Liñán, Democratic Breakdown and Survival 123
Jan-Werner Müller, Defending Democracy Within the EU 138
Alex Chang, Yun-han Chu, and Bridget Welsh, Southeast Asia: Sources of Regime Support 150
Review Essay  
     Carl Gershman, A Voice from the North Korean Gulag 165
July 2013
Steven Levitsky and Lucan Way, The Durability of Revolutionary Regimes 5
Latin America’s Authoritarian Drift  
     Kurt Weyland, The Threat from the Populist Left 18
     Carlos de la Torre, Technocratic Populism in Ecuador 33
     Miriam Kornblith, Chavismo After Chávez? 47
Putin versus Civil Society  
     Leon Aron, The Long Struggle for Freedom 62
     Miriam Lanskoy and Elspeth Suthers, Outlawing the Opposition 75
Daniel Brumberg, Transforming the Arab World’s Protection-Racket Politics 88
Frédéric Volpi, Algeria versus the Arab Spring 104
Frederic Wehrey, Bahrain’s Decade of Discontent 116
Sean L. Yom, Jordan: The Ruse of Reform 127
Kenya’s 2013 Elections  
     James D. Long, Karuti Kanyinga, Karen E. Ferree, and Clark Gibson, Choosing Peace over Democracy 140
     Joel D. Barkan, Technology Is Not Democracy 156
Books in Review  
     Donald K. Emmerson, Kishore’s World 166
October 2013
Francis Fukuyama, Democracy and the Quality of the State 5
Marc F. Plattner, Reflections on “Governance” 17
Tracking the “Arab Spring”  
     Jason Brownlee, Tarek Masoud, and Andrew Reynolds, Why the Modest Harvest? 29
     Nathan J. Brown, Egypt’s Failed Transition 45
     Steven Heydemann, Syria and the Future of Authoritarianism 59
     April Longley Alley, Yemen Changes Everything… and Nothing 74
     Mieczyslaw P. Boduszyński and Duncan Pickard, Libya Starts from Scratch 86
Jørgen Møller and Svend-Erik Skaaning, The Third Wave: Inside the Numbers 97
Leiv Marsteintredet, Mariana Llanos, and Detlef Nolte, Paraguay and the Politics of Impeachment 110
Pippa Norris, Richard W. Frank, and Ferran Martínez i Coma, Research Report: Assessing the Quality of Elections 124
Bridget Welsh, Malaysia’s Elections: A Step Backward 136
     Matthijs Bogaards, Reexamining African Elections 151
     Staffan I. Lindberg, Confusing Categories, Shifting Targets 161
Books in Review  
     Sumit Ganguly, Separated at Birth? 168

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