Democratic Enclaves in Authoritarian RegimesDemocratization (2010)
This article introduces a new concept to the literature on authoritarian regimes – the ‘democratic enclave’ – and contrasts it to the well-known concept of the ‘authoritarian enclave’. The meaning and description of democratic enclaves is given. A causal theory of democratic enclaves is outlined and their consequences considered. Theoretical and policy implications follow.
- Democratic governments,
- Comparative politics
Citation InformationBruce Gilley. "Democratic Enclaves in Authoritarian Regimes" Democratization Vol. 17 Iss. 3 (2010) p. 389 - 415
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