Introducing authoritarian diasporas: causes and consequences of authoritarian elite dispersion

@article{Loxton2021IntroducingAD,
  title={Introducing authoritarian diasporas: causes and consequences of authoritarian elite dispersion},
  author={James Loxton and Timothy J. Power},
  journal={Democratization},
  year={2021},
  volume={28},
  pages={465 - 483}
}
ABSTRACT Scholarship on democratization has made significant progress in theorizing the trajectories of former authoritarian elites, with considerable attention given to authoritarian successor parties in particular. However, the literature has largely failed to contend with cases in which the cohort of former authoritarian officials scatters widely across the political system. We identify these patterns of dispersion as authoritarian diasporas and investigate their potential causes and… 
1 Citations
Socialised to think in terms of left and right? The acceptability of the left and the right among European voters
Abstract The left-right dimension plays a crucial role in how political scientists think about politics. Yet we know surprisingly little about the extent to which citizens are able to position

References

SHOWING 1-10 OF 100 REFERENCES
Authoritarianism and the Elite Origins of Democracy
This book argues that in terms of institutional design, the allocation of power and privilege, and the lived experiences of citizens, democracy often does not restart the political game after
Beyond Patronage: Violent Struggle, Ruling Party Cohesion, and Authoritarian Durability
We explore the sources of durability of party-based authoritarian regimes in the face of crisis. Recent scholarship on authoritarianism suggests that ruling parties enhance elite cohesion—and
The Strength to Concede: Ruling Parties and Democratization in Developmental Asia
Authoritarian ruling parties are expected to be exceptionally resistant to democratization. Yet some of the strongest authoritarian parties in the world have not resisted democratization, but have
Introduction: Rethinking party system institutionalization in Asia
Political parties are often the weakest link in democracies, both young and old. This is the conclusion of a large number of scholars, policy consultants, and political practitioners. From Peru to
Competitive Authoritarianism: Hybrid Regimes after the Cold War
Based on a detailed study of 35 cases in Africa, Asia, Latin America, and post-communist Eurasia, this book explores the fate of competitive authoritarian regimes between 1990 and 2008. It finds that
Authoritarian Successor Parties
Authoritarian successor parties, or parties that emerge from authoritarian regimes but that operate after a transition to democracy, have become prominent actors in Africa, Asia, Europe, and Latin
Dilemmas of Democratization in Latin America
The demise of authoritarian rule in Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Ecuador, Peru, and Uruguay, when combined with efforts at political liberalization in Mexico and the recent election of civilian
Institutional factors affecting party systems in new democracies: endogenous or exogenous predictors?
A major criticism of studies using the institutionalist approach to explain party systems' characteristics in new democracies is the endogeneity argument. This is that parties design the surrounding
Dictators in Exile: Explaining the Destinations of Ex-Rulers
Exile has been the second most common fate for dictators who lost office since World War II, yet scholars know little about this phenomenon. In this article, we ask a simple yet previously unanswered
Unfriendly takeover: Successor parties in Ukraine
Abstract Research on successor parties in the former Soviet Union has mostly focused on leftist parties and paid little attention to their interplay with centrist forces which equally have their
...
1
2
3
4
5
...