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leverage of international institutions on democratizing states

Milada Anna Vachudova

leverage of international institutions on democratizing states

Eastern Europe and the European Union

by Milada Anna Vachudova

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Published by European University Institute in Badia Fiesolana, San Domenico (FI) .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementMilada Anna Vachudova.
SeriesEUI working paper -- no.2001/33
ContributionsEuropean University Institute., Robert Schuman Centre.
The Physical Object
Pagination42p. ;
Number of Pages42
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18935590M

Patom,,ki and Teivainen provide the most comprehensive guide to proposals to democratize global institutions and create new ones. This is a book for all those who want to engage in practical projects of democratic change.' - Michael Hardt, co-author of Empire 'Democratizing global institutions is one of the most critical challenges of our time. DEMOCRATIZATION While modern times have seen more than one, however partial, attempt to democratize Russia [1], democratization in the narrow sense refers to policies pursued by Mikhail Gorbachev [2] and his closest associates, roughly from to

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The Leverage of International Institutions on Democratizing States: Eastern Europe and the European Union VACHUDOVA, Milada Anna Working Paper, Florence: Cited by: Milada Anna Vachudova, "The Leverage of International Institutions on Democratizing States: Eastern Europe and the European Union," EUI-RSCAS Working Pap European University Institute (EUI), Robert Schuman Centre of Advanced Studies (RSCAS).Handle: RePEc:erp:euirsc:p : Democratizing Globalization: The Leverage of the Tobin Tax (): Patomaki, Heikki: BooksCited by:   In Pevehouse's discussion of democratizing states, he argues that newly formed democracies join international institutions because the leaders of these states can effectively use democratic international institutions as a signal to domestic constituencies or economic interests that their commitment to reform is : David Mitchell.

In doing so, Europe Undivided illuminates the changing dynamics of the relationship between the EU and candidate states from toand challenges policymakers to manageand improve EU leverage to support democracy, ethnic tolerance, and economic reform in other candidates and proto-candidates such as the Western Balkan states, Turkey.

The Leverage of International Institutions on Democratizing States: Eastern Europe and the European Union. RSC Working Paper / Florence, Italy: European University by: This is a book that must be read by all students of comparative and international political economy." (James A. Caporaso, University of Washington) "Rachel Epstein's book offers a very important and persuasive corrective to the claim that IO leverage over postcommunist reformers best Cited by:   Europe Undivided analyzes how an enlarging EU has facilitated a convergence toward liberal democracy among credible future members of the EU in Central and Eastern Europe.

It reveals how variations in domestic competition put democratizing states on different political trajectories afterand how the EU's leverage eventually influenced domestic politics in liberal and particularly. Democratization (or democratisation) is the transition to a more democratic political regime, including substantive political changes moving in a democratic may be the transition from an authoritarian regime to a full democracy, a transition from an authoritarian political system to a semi-democracy or transition from a semi-authoritarian political system to a democratic political.

4. An Institutional Approach to Domestic Receptiveness to OSCE and EU Leverage. Vachudova convincingly argues in her EUI working paper The Leverage of International Institutions on Democratizing States: Eastern Europe and the European Union that the effect of leverage of international organizations depends for a great deal on the circumstances in which the new states were formed.

It reveals how variations in domestic competition put democratizing states on different political trajectories afterand how the EU's leverage eventually influenced domestic politics in Author: Milada Anna Vachudova. “The Leverage of International Institutions on Democratizing States: The European Union and Eastern Europe,” RSCAS Working Paper No.

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