Between States: Interim Governments in Democratic Transitionsby Yossi Shain, Juan J. Linz
Pub. Date: 05/26/1995
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
The first book to assess systematically the broad implications of interim governments--in the establishment of democratic regimes and on the existence of states--presents four ideal types of interim government based on historical and contemporary democratization experiences.
Table of Contents
Part I. Theory: Introduction; 1. Provisional governments: revolutionaries and moderates; 2. The power-sharing model; 3. The caretaker government formula; 4. The international interim government model revisited Yossi Shain and Lynn Berat; 5. The timing and nature of first democratic elections; Part II. Case Studies: 7. The provisional government and the transition from monarchy to Islamic Republic in Iran H. E. Chehabi; 8. From revolution to democracy in Portugal: the roles and stages of the provisional governments Thomas C. Bruneau; 9. Accelerating collapse: the East German road from liberalization to power sharing and its legacy Daniel V. Friedheim; 10. Interim government and democratic consolidation: Argentina in comparative perspective James McGuire; 11. The failure of an internationally-sponsored interim government in AfghanistanBarnett R. Rubin; 12. Electoral transitions in Yugoslavia Paula Franklin Lytle; 13. Democratization and the international system: the foreign policies of interim governments Allison Stanger.
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