Successful and failed democratic transitions from military rule in majority Muslim societies: the cases of Indonesia and Egypt
As majority Muslim societies with significant minorities and dominant militaries, Indonesia and Egypt experienced strikingly similar political trajectories between the early 1950s and the late 1990s. Yet, their respective democratic transitions have seen
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