Nicely Facts are fascinating than wishful thinking and these are presented bjectively Overall the style is rather academic and at times dry but it is indeed a valuable introductory text Four stars This is what years f research summarized in 160 pages look like The author is part f a club that has devoted to the study f contemporary dictatorships from a comparative politics perspective Barbara Geddes Joseph Wright Natasha M Ezrow Andrea Kendall Taylors Jennifer Gandhi and Abel Escriba Folch "Frantz Sytematizes The Most Recent Research On "sytematizes the most recent research n Starting from a negative definition f authoritarianism ie those regimes which are not democracies
Free And Eual Competitive and eual competitive the author explains the differences between the different types f authoritarian regimes dominant r single party personalist and military. Now Erica Frantz guides us through today's authoritarian wave explaining how it came to be and what its features are She also looks at authoritarians themselves focusing in particular n the techniues they use to take power the strategies they use to survive and how they fall Understanding how politics works in authoritarian regimes and recognizi. Erica Frantz has written a useful book n authoritarian regimes She Always uses
"Real World Examples To Explain "world examples to explain mechanisms through which these regimes perate This is the strength f the book If you have studied political science then this
book may not be as informative as the book does not delve deeply into the subject Informativemay not be as informative as the book does not delve deeply into the subject Informative very straightforward albeit at times redundant read for school After stating that authoritarianism is not a homogeneous monolith the author describes the spectrum f authoritarian regimes their modus Tim Crouch operandi natural trajectories predisposing conditions prognostic factors and vulnerabilities Recent trends in particular are highlighted The author explains the playbooksf these regimes clearly so the reader can understand their underlying strategies and logic Everything is demystified. Despite the spread f democratization following the Cold War's end all signs indicate that we are living through an era f resurgent authoritarianism Around 40 percent Drawing the Human Head of the world's people live under some formf authoritarian rule and authoritarian regimes govern about a third f the world's countriesIn Authoritarianism What Everyone Needs to ,
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possibilities f transition to democracy in different contextsThe author identifies a worldwide trend in the increasing f authoritarianof transition to democracy in different contextsThe author identifies
A Worldwide Trend In Theworldwide trend in the f authoritarian which is helped by the most current mode f falling into authoritarianism authoritarianization a process by which the elected incumbent leader in a democracy proceeds to erode the political institutions that sustain democracy usually to achieve personalization f power This is highly worrying given that the personalist dictatorial regimes are the worstYou must read the chapter n "The Behavior Of The "behavior f the leader as well as the pages Dead Man Riding (Nell Bray, on the signalsf authoritarianization and n populism 107ff and the main strategies for survival f authoritarian regimes repression and cooptation strategies that have become sophisticated in recent time. Ng the factors that either give rise to them r trigger their downfall is ever important given current global trends and this book paves the ways for such an understandingAn essential primer n the topic Authoritarianism provides a clear and penetrating Pontius Pilate overviewf Livin de Life onef the most important and worrying developments in contemporary world politics.