Democracy and Gender Politics in Central Asian Republics’

Gender Politics in Post-Communist Eurasia


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Liberal democracy is under challenge on a global scale. The global financial crisis has accelerated and aggravated the crisis of liberal democracy in the global North. The paper examines the prospects for liberal democracy in the global South and argues that the prospects are mixed. The rise of China and the durability of its highly successful model of authoritarian capitalism, in spite of a certain loss of momentum in the current era, poses a central challenge in a rapidly shifting global order where ...
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A. Ayata, “Democracy and Gender Politics in Central Asian Republics’,” Gender Politics in Post-Communist Eurasia, pp. 0–0, 2008, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: