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Suharto and Mubarak’s Final Days: Similar Trajectories Leading to Very Different Modes of Transition

On The New Republic’s website on February 2, 2011, Thomas Carothers suggested that those leading the Egyptian transition might want to draw some lessons from the experience of Indonesia. He notes several aspects of the Indonesian transition from the regime of Suharto to a new regime that, he believes, helped Indonesia achieve what was, in

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Published on February 13, 2011
Author:          Filed under: Clark Lombardi, constitutional change, coup, Egypt, Indonesia