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2 Theoretical introduction
2.1 Democracy and autocracy
2.2 Consolidation of democracy
2.3 Checks and balances
3 Introducing the explanans
3.1 Natural resources
3.2 Party system and party of power
3.3 Constitution
4 Methodological approach
4.1 Most similar systems design and process tracing
4.2 Operationalisation and causal links
4.2.1 Natural resources
4.2.2 Party system
4.2.3 Party of power (PoP)
4.2.4 Author of the constitution
4.3 Theoretical model
5 Comparison of Russia and Ukraine
6 Case study
6.1 Russia
6.2 Ukraine
8.1 Diffusion versus the rest
8.2 Conclusion
A Appendix I: Duma elections in 1993 and 1995
B Appendix II: Duma elections in 1999 and 2003
C Appendix III: Duma elections in 2007
D Appendix IV: Rada elections in 1994 and 1998
E Appendix V: Rada elections in 2002 and 2007
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Autocracy and Democracy in Post-Soviet Russia - Kim Andersen

Autocracy and Democracy in Post-Soviet Russia - Kim Andersen

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