Christopher Berglund – Georgia between Dominant-Power Politics, Feckless Pluralism, and Democracy

This article charts the last decade of Georgian politics (2003-2013) through theories of semi-authoritarianism and democratization. The last section examines if thenew ruling party is taking Georgia in the direction ofdemocratic reforms or authoritarian closure.

Berglund, C. (2014). Georgia between Dominant-Power Politics, Feckless Pluralism, and Democracy. Demokratizatsiya: The Journal of Post-Soviet Democratization, 22(3), 445-470.

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