The politics of authoritarian rule is a very important contribution to political science the book provides much needed theoretical microfoundations to a growing but still scattered literature on authoritarianism it is based on superb empirical work above all it is the product of svoliks first rate analytical mind working at its best. 2 the politics of authoritarian rule for partisan competition2 but of course if bashar al asad lived in a democracy he would not have been in a position to inherit a presidency although growing at a fast pace contemporary scholarship on dictatorships. What drives politics in dictatorships milan w svolik argues that all authoritarian regimes must resolve two fundamental conflicts first dictators face threats from the masses over which they rule this is the problem of authoritarian control a second separate challenge arises from the elites with whom dictators rule this is the problem of authoritarian power sharing. What drives politics in dictatorships milan w svolik argues authoritarian regimes must resolve two fundamental conflicts dictators face threats from the masses over which they rule the problem of authoritarian control secondly from the elites with whom dictators rule the problem of authoritarian power sharing using the tools of game theory svolik explains why some dictators establish
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