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Publisher: Routledge, part of the Taylor & Francis Group

Volume 19, Number 1, 1 February 2012

No more colour! Authoritarian regimes and colour revolutions in Eurasia
pp. 1-14(14)
Authors: Finkel, Evgeny; Brudny, Yitzhak M.

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Russia and the colour revolutions
pp. 15-36(22)
Authors: Finkel, Evgeny; Brudny, Yitzhak M.

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Tajikistan: authoritarian reaction in a postwar state
pp. 98-119(22)
Author: Markowitz, Lawrence P.

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Democracy promotion, authoritarian resiliency, and political unrest in Iran
pp. 120-140(21)
Authors: Tezcür, Güneş Murat

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Competitive authoritarianism: hybrid regimes after the Cold War
pp. 141-143(3)
Author: Seeberg, Michael

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On the state of Egypt: what made the revolution inevitable
pp. 149-152(4)
Author: Bilgin, Klara

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