Dilemmas of Democratic Consolidation: A Game-theory Approach
Why have so many attempts at democracy in the past half-century failed? Confronting this much discussed question, this title offers a novel explanation for the coups and rebellions that have toppled fledgling democratic regimes and that continue to threaten many democracies.
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The Democracy Game
How Fragile Is Democracy?
How Does Democracy Break Down?
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