The Course of Democratization under Globalization

Yue Yang
September 2011
Journal of Politics & Law;Sep2011, Vol. 4 Issue 2, p170
Academic Journal
Democracy is a sensitive hot topic in international relations and also a lasting focus of international politics. This article discusses the general principles of democracy, and on this basis, respectively further probe into the democratic democracy, international democracy, and the impacts of former on the later under the background of globalization.


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