Deciphering Africa's Divergent Transitions
Michael Bratton documents and analyzes the divergent political trajectories of sub-Saharan African regimes in the early 1990s. While some regime transitions have resulted in a minimal form of democracy, others have been flawed, blocked, or precluded.
Political Parties in Africa: Ethnicity and Party Formation, Sebastian Elischer Reviewed by Michael Bratton
The Public Service in Zimbabwe, Michael Bratton
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