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Often recommended as a means of ending intractable civil wars, power-sharing may in fact be least likely to work when it is most needed.
Volume 17, Issue 3
Reforming national intelligence communities is a critical, if often overlooked, task facing democratizing countries. Happily, intelligence agencies brought under civilian, democratic control may also becomes better at their core job…
Volume 12, Issue 2
The controversy over the vote count in the U.S. presidential election gripped the attention of the world. Six leading election experts from the United States and abroad discuss the causes…
Volume 18, Issue 1
Does the nature of an authoritarian regime affect the potential for democratic transition? Data since 1972 indicate that some kinds of authoritarian regimes are more likely to democratize than others.