Sustaining Authoritarianism in the Middle East and North Africa
STEPHEN J. KING focuses on how incumbent elites in the Arab world create political support during periods of authoritarian transformation. His argument highlights how these elites use certain institutions to sustain authoritarian rule.
Ruling But Not Governing: The Military and Political Development in Egypt, Algeria, and Turkey, Steven A. Cook Reviewed by STEPHEN J. KING
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