The limited reach of authoritarian powers

@article{Brownlee2017TheLR,
  title={The limited reach of authoritarian powers},
  author={Jason Brownlee},
  journal={Democratization},
  year={2017},
  volume={24},
  pages={1326 - 1344}
}
ABSTRACT Authoritarian states often command tremendous resources, but their ability to fundamentally change regimes abroad remains in question. Proponents of an “authoritarian resurgence” have speculated that China and Russia are rolling back democracy around the world, much like fascist powers in the interwar period. By contrast, the introductory article of this special issue theorizes that current authoritarian powers are not catalyzing autocracy far afield. Rather, they are prudentially… Expand
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