Did Bush Democratize the Middle East? The Effects of External–Internal Linkages
Bruce Gilley examines how the so-called Freedom Agenda of President George W. Bush affected politics in the Middle East. He concludes that this agenda generally exerted positive effects on democratic change in the region, although often working in unintended ways and usually interacting with domestic factors.
Wealth into Power: The Communist Party's Embrace of China's Private Sector, Bruce J. Dickson Reviewed by Bruce Gilley
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