Democratic Institution Performance
Research and Policy Perspectives
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|Format:||Electronic Book Text, 280 pages|
|Published In: ||United States, 01 January 2003|
How do nations make successful transitions to democracies? Our understanding of how democracy functions--and under what circumstances it can be consolidated and strengthened--remains highly uneven. Recent events underscore the critical importance of expanding our understanding of democratic institutions and operations. Here McMahon and his distinguished contributors demonstrate how the dynamic process of democratization is shaped by the specific contexts in which it occurs; how the internal community plays a key role in the development of democracy; and how the ability to understand democratization requires both internal and external perspectives.
|Publisher: ||Praeger Publishers|