Democracy without Borders

Democracy without Borders : Transnationalisation and Conditionality in New Democracies

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This book carves out a new area of democratisation studies by analysing the transnational dimension and the role of non state actors across three different geographical regions. Chapters utilise empirical data from Europe, Africa and Latin more

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  • Paperback | 208 pages
  • 156 x 234mm | 381g
  • Taylor & Francis Ltd
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 113896736X
  • 9781138967366

Table of contents

Part 1: Theorising Transnational and Non-State Influence in Democratisation 1. Conceptualising Democratisation: The Changing Significance of Transnational Factors and Non-State Actors Jean Grugel 2. International Factors in Processes of Political Democratisation: Towards a Theoretical Integration Hans Peter Schmitz and Ketrin Sell 3. European Actors in Global Change. The Role of European Civil Societies in Democratisation Christian Freres Part 2: Case Studies of Transnational and Non-State Actors in East-Central Europe, Africa and Latin America 4. The European Union, Democratic Conditionality and Transnational Party Linkages: The Case of Europe Geoffrey Pridham 5. Charting the Decline of the Civil Society Project: Explaining the Changing Roles and Conceptions of Civil Society and East Central Europe Petr Kopecky and Edward Barnfield 6. International Policies to Promote African Democratisation Oda van Cranenburgh 7. The Transnationalisation of Conflict and Political Change in Sub-Saharan Africa Francois Prikic 8. European NGOs and Democratisation in Latin America: Policy Networks and Transnational Ethical Networks Jean Grugel 9. Market Forces and Moral Imperatives: The Professionalisation of Social Activism in Latin Americashow more