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Exporting Democracy

Ign lands Exporting Democracy is an elouently argued book in which Rae brings his lively nuanced understanding to bear on the history and current fortunes of this powerful idea He shows how it and the related ideas of freedom human rights and federalism have been pushed to centre stage by the co good summary of history of democracy good caution about the importance of local factors in trying to introduce democracy and that rule of law with independent judiciary and press are vital Limits on the ability of elements of society to either buy or intimidate their way to power are also vital In societies that are regionally divided Sri Lanka Ira Afghanistan Turkey Russia Pakistan he makes the case that federalism is a key tool for managing tensions resentment of Ottawa might be reduced if your provincial government is making your case for you but your regional government might just stoke regional resentment in a grab for power see Scotland uebec

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Llapse of Soviet communism and by ongoing wars to topple secular and religious dictatorships in the Middle East He's also witnessed attempts to implant democracy in three countries riven by tribal and ethnic divisions Ira Afghanistan and Sri Lanka and offers readers a cool appraisal of the effor Democracy by itself can be a dangerous panacea It must be conjoined with an indepndent rule of law a committment to social euity and a free market economy Hamas is a democratically elected government nownuff saidAn interesting read tough tough subject bravely and competently explored The bottom line is that the history of democratic growth has been extrordinarily violent because the western world has viewed democracy as a cause to impose and a product to export both of which are extaordinaly dangerous perspectives which often hampers the growth and success of true rule of law democracy Wild Man Creek (Virgin River, religious dictatorships in the Middle East He's also witnessed attempts to implant democracy in three countries The Non-Designer's Design Book (4th Edition) riven by tribal and ethnic divisions Ira Afghanistan and Sri Lanka and offers Homewrecker readers a cool appraisal of the effor Democracy by itself can be a dangerous panacea It must be conjoined with an indepndent Make your own model forts & castles rule of law a committment to social euity and a free market economy Hamas is a democratically elected government nownuff saidAn interesting Tremors of Fury (The Days of Ash and Fury read tough tough subject bravely and competently explored The bottom line is that the history of democratic growth has been extrordinarily violent because the western world has viewed democracy as a cause to impose and a product to export both of which are extaordinaly dangerous perspectives which often hampers the growth and success of true How Julian and Nigel Turned Each Other Gay (Inadvertently), or So They Both Claim rule of law democracy

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The way most Western politicians talk democracy is the pinnacle of civilization the best political system there is Many think it's the system the rest of the world ought to adopt Bob Rae is not one of them He is too well informed about the difficulties and dangers of implanting democracy in fore simple to read book on geopolitics as of 2011


6 thoughts on “Exporting Democracy

  1. says:

    simple to read book on geopolitics as of 2011

  2. says:

    good summary of history of democracy; good caution about the importance of local factors in trying to introduce de

  3. says:

    Democracy by itself can be a dangerous panacea It must be conjoined with an indepndent rule of law a committment to social euity and a free market economy Hamas is a democratically elected government nownuff saidAn interesting read tough tough subject bravely and competently explored The bottom line is that the history of democratic growth has been extrordinarily violent because the western world has viewed democracy as a cause to impose

  4. says:

    I wanted to like this book Bob Rae is one of the few politicians willing to ask the tough uestions However his attempt to answer these uestions is less than focused At times I was not sure if the book was autobiographical po

  5. says:

    It was an interesting overview of the roots of democracy and some of the practical challenges in applying it in different settings drawing on some of Rae's own real world experience Unfortunately it was a little short on practical advice or approaches to be used

  6. says:

    The book started off a little slowly but was worth the read As we got closer to today when Rae's own personal experience came into play the book became much easier to readHe's very insightful and incredibly smart

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