Vol. 68 Nbr. 1, September - September 2014
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- Editors' foreword.
- Social movements and governments in the digital age: evaluating a complex landscape.
- Drones for good: technological innovations, social movements, and the state.
- Digital infrastructure politics and Internet freedom stakeholders after the Arab Spring.
- Democratization and women's political leadership in North Africa.
- Participatory democracy's moment.
- A requiem for the Arab development model.
- The energy-insurgency revolution nexus: an introduction to issues and policy options.
- South Sudan: Governance arrangements, war, and peace.
- The politics of international sanctions: the 2014 coup in Thailand.
- Crackdown: the harsh realities of nonviolent protests in the Bahraini civil conflict.
- A changing media landscape in Turkey: the 140journos project: an interview with Burcu Baykurt.
- Hong Kong demands democracy: an interview with Michael Davis.
- The possibility of global data sets: an interview with Kalev Leetaru.
- Prospects for peace: negotiations with FARC: an interview with Alexandra Narino.
- Reporting behind bars: an interview with Mohammed Al Oraibi.
- The struggle for Bahrain: a photo essay of demonstrations and civil conflict.
- Voices of protest: interviews with student protesters in Ukraine, Turkey, and Venezuela.
- Civil society as domestication: Egyptian and Tunisian uprisings beyond liberal transitology.
- The Bolivarian spring: what are the possibilities for regime change in Venezuela?
- Turkey rising: increasing confidence in times of conflict.
- On the prospects of world order.
- The far-reaching impacts of the Arab spring.
- The Russian state strikes back: the relevance of the state to civil society in Russia.
- Living through revolution: a view from an apartment in Ukraine.