International Norms and Mobilization of Democracy: Nicaragua in the World
Ashgate, 2002 - 147 頁
This volume demonstrates that international action for democracy does not solely rest on American democracy promotion strategies, but that it actually depends on a variety of global actors and interactions. It is suitable for policy experts, non-governmental organizations, international aid agencies and courses on international relations theory, comparative politics, and Latin American politics.
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The Emergence of an International Norm for Democratization
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