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Aims and Objectives
Economic Performance Visualizations
Venezuela under Chavez
Elections in Nondemocratic Regimes
The Economic Performance of Dictatorships
Dictatorship and Culture
Dictatorship and Disaster
Dictatorship and Knowledge
The Selectorate Theory
Economic Explanations of Regime Change
Sanctions and Democratization
Violence and Revolution
The Spread of Revolution
Protest and Informational Cascades
The Revolutions of 1989
Student Projects from previous years
The Nazi regime under Hitler
Chile under Pinochet
Non-democracy in film and literature
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How should newly democratic regimes deal with the crimes of previous regimes?
Summarize the potential responses to earlier repressive regimes that successor regimes can use. What factors appear to determine which of these options can be used?
Summarize some cases. Which newly democratic countries have tried to address the crimes of past regimes, and why? Should they have tried? Should they have done more?
in our course bibliography are a good starting point for research.
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