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A review of The Third Wave: Democratization in the Late Twentieth Century, by Samuel P. Huntington
Volume 16, Issue 4
Recent works on regime types have led to confusion and a tendency to overstate the differences between established and newer democracies.
Volume 18, Issue 4
The populist backlash against corruption, the CEE transition-era elites, and the liberal consensus has led to a democratic crisis, but does not portend systemic change.
Volume 26, Issue 1
The failure to establish modern, well-governed states has been the Achilles heel of recent democratic transitions, as democratization without state modernization can actually lower the quality of governance.