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After authoritarianism: democracy or disorder? : Democracy or Disorder?

After authoritarianism: democracy or disorder? : Democracy or Disorder?

Author: Daniel N Nelson
Publisher: Westport : Greenwood Pub., 1996.
Series: Contributions in political science, 360.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
This work examines the ingredients for avoiding disaster in post-authoritarian states. It considers questions of praxis and security, and the practical lessons learned in various countries.

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Daniel N Nelson
ISBN: 0275953300 9780275953300
OCLC Number: 422810292
Notes: Index, bibliography.
Target Audience: For adults.
Description: 200 pages ; 24 cm.
Contents: Introduction: After Authoritarianism by Daniel N. Nelson The Newer Democracies: From the Time of Triumph to the Time of Troubles by Robert A. Dahl Opposing Authoritarianism, Building Democracy: Case Studies The Transition Towards Democracy in a Developing Country: The Case of Argentina by Raul Alfonsin The Rise of Public Legitimation in the Soviet Union and Eastern Europe by Daniel N. Nelson China at the Crossroads: Between Democracy and Dictatorship by Liu Binvan The Fragility of Democracy: The Case of Zaire by Floribert Chebeya Security and Democracy: European and Global Perspectives Refashioning Space and Security in Europe: Order Versus Disorder by Simon Serfaty Post Communist Europe: Back from the Abyss? by Regina Karp Containing Ethnic Conflict by Charles William Maynes Leadership in a Transitional World: The Challenge of Keeping the Peace by Paul David Miller Conclusion Dangers of Democratization by Daniel N. Nelson
Series Title: Contributions in political science, 360.
Responsibility: by Daniel N. Nelson ; edited by Daniel N. Nelson.


This theme is examined from two focal points-that of praxis and that of security.Major theorists such as Robert Dahl and noted democractic leaders such as former Argentine President Raul Alfonsin  Read more...


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