ECPR General Conference
Charles University in Prague, Prague
7 - 10 September 2016




External Actors and Authoritarianism

Comparative Politics
 
Democratisation
 
Human Rights
 
International Relations
 
Panel Number
P141
Panel Chair
Thomas Richter
German Institute of Global And Area Studies
Panel Discussant
Thomas Richter
German Institute of Global And Area Studies
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Time
10/09/2016 11:00
Location
Building: Faculty of Arts Floor: Ground Room: FA001
Abstract
This panel will examine the impact that a range of external actors can have on the prospects for authoritarian stability. The external actors include state and non-state actors, and autocracy-supporting actors along with more critical democracy promoters. The panel will examine a range of cases and will include papers that explore regional and/or global patterns of variation using large-n datasets.

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Burundi’s 2015 Elections. The Dynamics of External (de)Legitimation in a Context of Mounting Authoritarianism View Paper Details
Interrogating the ‘Democratic Coup’ Thesis: The Limits of International Democratic Enforcement View Paper Details
Parliamentary Representation in Electoral Authoritarian Regimes View Paper Details
The international making of 'authoritarianism': the Council of Europe and the question of membership of Azerbaijan and Belarus View Paper Details
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