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	Acknowledgments	000
	Introduction	000
1	The Real Axis of Evil	000
		The Future with Dictators 00
		A Democratic World 00
2	Ousting the Last Forty-five	000
		Power in the Modern World 000
			Democracy Promotion: Number-One National 
				Security Priority 000
			The Use of Force 000
		Sanction Dictators, Not Peoples 000
			Calling for Departure 000
			Enforcing the Departure 000
			New Basis for Unity: Business Community for Democracy 000
3	Communities of Democracies and Democrats	000
		The New Architecture of International Power 000
		Freedom Caucuses 000
		Global Security Alliance and Coalitions of the Willing 000
		International Criminal Tribunals 000
		International Parliamentary Cooperation 000
		Monarchs for Democracy 000
		The Nongovernmenal Dimension 000
		The Stakes 000
4	Opening Closed Societies	000
		Presidential Leadership 000
			Strategy 000
			Funding and Local Presence 000
			The Nongovernmental Democracy Promotion
				Institutions 000
		Outsiders' Toolbox for Promoting Democracy in Dictatorships 000
			Election Monitoring 000
			Exchanges 000
			Universities and Academic Institutions 000
			Young Judges and Lawyers 000
			Military, Intelligence, and Law Enforcement Cadres 000
			Visits 000
			Conferences 000
			A Free Press, Posters, Buttons, and the Means to Produce Them 000
			Language and Other Presence Programs 000
			Movies, Radio, and Television 000
			Internet 000
			Private Initiatives 000
5	Democracy Development Plans and Action Programs	000
		Stages of Democractic Growth 000
			Stage 1: Initial Steps 000
			Stage 2: Half-way House 000
			Stage 3: The Real Thing 000
		Who Will Conduct-The International Dictatorship-to-	
			Democracy Center 000
		Why Engage? 000
6	Embassies as Freedom Houses, Ambassadors as Freedom Fighers	000
		Extraordinary Opportunity for Creativity 000
			The Arrival 000
			Local Personality and Voice of the People 000
			Ambassadors into the Streets 000
			Vital Communications Links 000
			Embassies as Campaign Headquarters 000
		Dealing Directly with Dictators	000
			Waltzing a Dictator on the Danube 000
			Three Dimensional Dialogue 000
		Ambassadors in Action 000
			Barnes in Chile: The Career Diplomat 000
			Hempstone in Kenya: The Rogue Ambassador 000
			Ambassador in Budapest 000
7	The Use of Nonviolent Force	000
		Two-Stage Campaigns to Oust Dictators 000
			Stage 1: Communicating and Organizing 000
			Stage 2: Facing and Ousting 000
		People Power: Two Battlegrounds 000
			The Philippines 000
			Bringing Down Milosevic 000
		Appendix: The Methods of Nonviolent Action 000
8	The Forty-five Least Wanted	000
		Personalistic Dictatorships 000
			Saddam Hussein, Iraq 000
			Isaias Afwerki, Eritrea 000
			Teodoro Obiang Nguema Mbasogo, Equatorial Guinea 000
			Idriss Déby, Chad 000
			Gnassingbé Eyeadéma, Togo 000
			Pal Biya, Cameroon 000
			Charles Taylor, Liberia 000
			Lansana Conté, Guinea 000
			Robert Mugabe, Zimbabwe 000
			Muammar Qaddafi, Libya 000
			Joseph Kabila, Democratic Republic of Congo 000
			Musa Sude Yalahow, Somalia 000
			Islam Karimov, Uzbekistan 000
			Saparmurad Niyazov, Turkmenistan 000
			Nursultan Nazarbayev, Kazakhstan 000
			Imomali Rakhmonov, Tajikstan 000
			Askar Akayev, Kyrgyzstan 000
			Aleksandr Lukashenko, Belarus 000
			Hun Sen, Cambodia 000
			Maumoon Abdul Gayoom, Maldives 000
		Monarch Dictators 000
			Abdullah bin Abdul Aziz Al Saud, Saudi Arabia 000
			Qabus bin Said al-Said, Oman 000
			Hamad bin Khalifa al-Thani, Qatar 000
			Zayed ibn Sultan an-Nahayan, United Arab Emirates 000
			Hassanal Bolkiah Mu'izzadin Waddaulah, Brunei 000
			Jigme Singye Wangchuk, Bhutan 000
			Mswati III, Swaziland 000
		Military Dictators 000
			Omar Al-Bashir, Sudan 000
			Pervez Musharraf, Pakistan 000
			Than Shwe, Burma (Myanmar) 000
			Pierre Buyoya, Burundi 000
			Abdelaziz Bouteflika, Algeria 000
		Communist Dictators 000
			Jiang Zemin, China 000
			Kim Jong Il, North Korea 000
			Nong Duc Manh, Vietnam 000
			Khamtai Siphandon, Laos 000
			Fidel Catro, Cuba 000
		Dominant-Party Dictators 000
			Hosni Mubarak, Egypt 000
			Bashar al-Assad, Syria 000
			Zine el-Abidine Ben Ali, Tunisia 000
			José Eduardo Dos Santos, Angola 000
			Ali Abdullah Saleh, Yemen 000
			Jean-Bertrand Aristide, Haiti 000
			Paul Kagame, Rwanda 000
		Theocratic Dictator: Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, Iran 000
9	Out by 2025	000
		Asia 000
			China 000
			North Korea 000
			Burma 000
		The "Stans", the Middle East, and North Africa-The Heart of 
			Democratic Darkness 000
			Pakistan 000
			Uzbekistan 000
			Iran 000
			Iraq 000
			The Gulf States and Beyond: Monarchs for Democracy 000
			Palestine and Lebanon 000
			Egypt 000
			Algeria 000
		Sub-Saharan Africa 000
			Zimbabwe 000
			Congo-Kinshasa 000
		The Last Dictators in Europe and the Americas 000
			Belarus 000
			Cuba 000
	Epilogue and Action Agenda	000
	
	Notes			000
	Index			000
	About the Author	000
			
 

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Dictatorship, Government, Resistance to, Democratization, Terrorism Prevention