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Table of Contents
|Why Comparative Politics?|
|North Korea on the Edge: If the regime collapses, Will the Rest of the World Be Ready?|
|Somali Piracy: A Nasty Problem, a Web of Responses|
|Corruption Suspected in Airlift of Billions in Cash from Kabul|
|Corruption You Can Count On|
|The Politics of Death in Darfur|
|When to Step In to Stop War Crimes Causes Fissures|
|Mexican Drug Trafficking, The New York Times, June 9, 2010|
|Studying Comparative Politics: Developing Theories, Culling Evidence and Interpretation Over Time|
|What Democracy Is . . . and Is Not|
|Twenty-Five Years, Fifteen Findings|
|Schmitter's Retrospective: A Few Dissenting Notes|
|Advanced Democracies and the New Politics|
|Facing the Challenge of Semi-Authoritarian States|
|Capitalism and Democracy|
|Political Participation: From Preferences to Policies|
|What Political Institutions Does Large-Scale Democracy Require?|
|Civil Society, Youth and Societal Mobilization in Democratic Revolutions|
|Community Engagement for Counterterrorism: Lessons from the United Kingdom|
|Bin Laden, the Arab "Street," and the Middle East's Democracy Deficit|
|The Executive: Instituting Accountability and Responsiveness|
|The Return of Continuismo?|
|How Reform has Powered Brazil's Rise|
|Lula's Last Year|
|It Is Still Putin's Russia|
|The Resilient Authoritarians|
|Civil Society's Choice|
|The Legislature: Representation and the Effects of Electoral Systems|
|Discipline, Accountability, and Legislative Voting in Latin America|
|The Case for a Multi-Party U.S. Parliament?|
|Equity in Representation for Women and Minorities, from Electoral Systems in Comparative Perspective: Their Impact on Women and Minorities|
|The Female Factor: Women Spreading Political Wings with Help of India's Quota System, The New York Times, April 28, 2010|
|Malaysia in 2008: The Elections That Broke the Tiger's Back|
|Australia's Dead-Heat Election: Hung, Drawn, Now Courting, The Economist, August 26, 2010|
|Unelected Thugs or Expert Protectors? The Judiciary, Intelligence Agencies, and the Military|
|Reclaiming Democracy: The Strategic Uses of Foreign and International Law by National Courts|
|Rule of Law, Russian Style|
|The Making of a Neo-KGB State, The Economist, August 25, 2007|
|Civil-Military Power Struggles: The Case of Mauritania|
|In Turkey, Military's Power over Secular Democracy Slips|
|Trends and Challenges: Institutional Change through Capitalism, Globalization, or Supra-National Government?|
|China: The Quiet Revolution|
|The True Clash of Civilizations|
|Authoritarianism's last defense|
|Why Democracy Needs a Level Playing Field|
|The EU and Its "Constitution"|
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