Undermining Democracy: 21st Century Authoritarians
by Javier Corrales, et al.
Publisher: Freedom House 2009
Number of pages: 94
The authors undertook an examination of five pivotal states -- Russia, China, Iran, Venezuela, and Pakistan -- to advance our common understanding of the strategies and methods these regimes are employing, both within and beyond their borders, to impede human rights and democratic development.
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