Tag Archives: military rule

A Judicial Coup in Thailand?

Does Thailand’s future lie In Singapore’s managed democracy?

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What the West Doesn’t Understand About Egypt

Have the people of Egypt succumbed to a herd mentality justifying any action by the state?

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Egypt: How Freedom Finally Arrives

In Egypt, authoritarian society dies hard.

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Africa’s Unretiring Leaders

Which current African leader has led his country the longest?

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The Failure of Thailand’s Democracy?

A unity coalition government may be only way out of Thailand’s political impasse.

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Ellen Johnson Sirleaf: Toward African Leadership

According to Liberia’s president, what kind of leadership does her continent need?

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Post-Militarist Turkey: Falling Prey to Islamists?

How can post-militarist Turkey serve as a model for integrating religion into politics and society?

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Why Egypt’s Mubarak Is Worried About Tunisia

Might the recent events in Tunisia find echo not only in Egypt, but in other repressed Arab countries?

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Dilma Rousseff on Governing Brazil

What is the new President of Brazil’s vision for her country?

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Asia’s Place in 21st Century Global Governance (Part I)

Can Asian countries come together effectively in the international arena?

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