Does Globalization Promote Democracy? An Early Assessment

Dalpino, Catharin E.
September 2001
Brookings Review;Fall2001, Vol. 19 Issue 4, p45
Academic Journal
Focuses on the connection between globalization and democratization. Contagion of democratic transition under globalization; Evidence of globalization's impact on democratization; Instrumental effects of globalization.


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