Selected essays originally published in the Journal of Democracy have been collected into a series of books and published by The Johns Hopkins University Press. Journal of Democracy books and articles have been used widely in university courses on political science, international affairs, and sociology, and have earned accolades from experts in the field.
Journal of Democracy books bring together essays concerning particular topics on democracy or the democratic experiences of different regions in the world. Examples of topics covered in the series include democracy’s relation to religion, free markets, political parties, and globalization.
The latest volume in the Journal book series, Democratization and Authoritarianism in the Arab World (2014), is now available.
Recent Journal Books:
Will China Democratize? (August 2013)
Democracy in East Asia (April 2013)
Liberation Technology (July 2012)
Poverty, Inequality, and Democracy (February 2012)
Debates on Democratization (August 2010)
Democratization in Africa (February 2010)
Democracy: A Reader (August 2009)
View the complete catalog of Journal of Democracy Books.