Can a coup in Zimbabwe really usher in democracy?

New Statesman
Friday, 24 November, 2017

Associate Professor Maya Tudor argues that the history of military coups suggests that the trajectory for Zimbabwe might not going towards democracy.

Though there is reason to celebrate the potential for a new democratic dawn in Zimbabwe, there is a clear and present danger to condoning military coups, which are unlikely to yield sustainable democratic gains. 

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