Autocratization in post-Cold War Political Regimes, (PDF) handle post-Cold War procedures of autocratization, that is, system modification towards autocracy. While these procedures are increasing in number and frequency, autocratization stays a relatively understudied phenomenon, particularly its most current symptoms. In this volume, the authors supply among the very first cross-local relative analyses of the existing procedures of program modification towards autocracy. Building on an initial conceptual structure, the 2 authors included in the empirical examination of the dispersing of this political syndrome, of the essential types that it takes, and of the modes through which it describes in nations ruled by numerous political regimes, with various histories and coming from various local contexts. The research study is carried out through a mix of research study methods that include Qualitative Comparative Analysis, detailed analytical analysis, and case research study. This ebook will be of interest to a heterogeneous readership that consists of the more comprehensive neighborhood of scholars, observers, experts, reporters, and professionals interested in political advancement and program modification in various geographical locations.
“Autocratization in Post‐Cold War Political Regimes provides considerable contributions to the literature on relative political program research studies and the conversation on the state of democracy. Hopefully, the ebook will lead the way for future research study on patterns of program shift utilizing an authoritarian viewpoint.” (Angelo Vito Panaro, Journal of Soviet and Post-Soviet Politics & Society, JSPPS, Vol. 5 (2), 2019)
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