Missing Boundaries of Comparison: The Political Community
Peter Juviler and Sherrill Stroschein reintroduce the recently neglected concept of the political community as a model in the comparative analysis of state formation, adaptation, and failure. They argue that regime stability and democratic consolidation depend upon the inclusiveness of community boundaries of shared allegiance and identity, rights, and commitments in the face of class, ethnic, and transnational differences.
A New Deal for the World: America's Vision for Human Rights, Elizabeth Borgwardt Reviewed by Peter Juviler
Power and Purpose: U.S. Policy toward Russia after the Cold War, James M. Goldgeier and Michael McFaul Reviewed by Peter Juviler
Politics of Human Rights in Southeast Asia, Philip Eldridge Reviewed by Peter Juviler
Fantasies of Salvation: Democracy, Nationalism, and Myth in Post-Communist Europe, Vladimir Tismaneanu Reviewed by Peter Juvilermore by this author
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