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In Russia, formally democratic institutions coexist uneasily with the reality of tightly consolidated bureaucratic and executive power.
Volume 31, Issue 1
Russia has made the “Ukrainian question” central, even as Kyiv tries desperately to escape Moscow’s embrace.
Volume 14, Issue 1
The Communist Party’s adaptation to China’s new social elites will lead to a democratic transition only, if at all, at the expense of regime continuity.
Volume 11, Issue 2
Nowhere else has the impact of international factors on democratization been as apparent as in Central and Eastern Europe. Integration into European and Euro-Atlantic structures is one particularly strong democratizing…