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In Russia, formally democratic institutions coexist uneasily with the reality of tightly consolidated bureaucratic and executive power.
Volume 10, Issue 4
Review of The Lexus and the Olive Tree, by Thomas L. Friedman.
Volume 23, Issue 4
A political system in which power is formally divided among ethnic or sectarian groups may seem like a good idea in conflict-ridden societies, but it bears a high price and…
Volume 20, Issue 3
Since 1996, eight postcommunist authoritarian rulers have been ousted by “electoral revolutions.” Why have these not succeeded in other postcommunist countries?