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Since a tenuous political opening a decade ago, the Mubarak regime has systematically asphyxiated democracy in Egypt.
Volume 12, Issue 3
In 2000, Senegal experienced its first-ever electoral victory by an opposition candidate. Yet the social foundations that have supported one of Africa’s most liberal regimes are shifting, with unpredictable consequences.
Volume 24, Issue 3
The Putin regime, having faced its first real challenge in the form of mass protests after the 2011 Duma elections, is responding with a series of laws intended to intimidate…
Volume 12, Issue 4
In the southern reaches of what was once the USSR, democracy seems far off. Can that change?