UNC Poli Sci Prof Graeme Robertson has a nice article in FP on the politics of dictatorship and revolutions. I have a few minor quibbles, but in general it's very good (and he knows much more about this than me, so my quibbles are likely wrong). Those interested in the Mideast revolutions, or the politics of authoritarianism, will likely learn a thing or two from it. For more depth, see his recent book (but maybe wait for the cheaper paperback release).
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