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Securing Democracy in Complex Environments.

By Julia Buxton

Abstract

NoDemocratization and its editors have played a valuable role in addressing and analysing the rise of democracy promotion.1 More recently, broader attention has focused on the challenges facing, and the limitations of, the activities that are undertaken by governments and non-governmental organizations with the aim of spreading and upholding democratic forms of government. Concurrent with this questioning of democracy promotion strategies, the 'transitology' paradigm, which is based on the voluntaristic premise that democracy can be cultivated in any environment, has also come under critical analysis.2 This issue aims to build on this body of scholarship, which raises serious doubts as to the democratizing impact of democracy promotion and also the conceptual thinking, such as transitology, that informs these activities

Topics: Politics, International Relations, Democracy
Year: 2006
DOI identifier: 10.1080/13510340601010594
OAI identifier: oai:bradscholars.brad.ac.uk:10454/3271
Provided by: Bradford Scholars
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