Table of contents for Democracy and democratization : processes and prospects in a changing world / Georg SÂrensen.

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List of Illustrations 00
Preface 00
Acronyms 00
Introduction 00
1	What Is Democracy? 00
Liberal Democracy and Its Critics, 00
The Meaning of Democracy, 00
Dimensions of Democratization, 00
Attempts to Measure Democracy, 00
Time Horizons and Levels of Analysis, 00
Conclusion, 00
2	Processes of Regime Change 00
The Search for Democracy¿s Preconditions, 00
When Do Political Actors Choose Democracy?, 00
Why the Recent Surge Toward Democracy?, 00
Processes of Transition and Consolidation, 00
Conclusion, 00
3	From Transition to Standstill: Democracy in the New 
Millennium 00
Elections and Democracy, 00
Weak States and Democracy, 00
Elite Domination and Democracy, 00
Popular Mobilization and Organization in the Struggle for 
Democracy, 00
Conclusion, 00
4	The Promotion of Democracy from the Outside 00
Outsiders and Democracy: A Contradiction in Terms?, 00
Creating Democratic Openings, 00
The Greatest Challenge: Democratic Consolidation, 00
Conclusion, 00
5	Domestic Consequences of Democracy: Growth and Welfare? 
The Debate on Democracy and Development, 00
India Versus China, 00
Types of Authoritarian Systems, 00
Authoritarian Developmentalist Regimes, 00
Authoritarian Growth Regimes, 00
Authoritarian State Elite Enrichment Regimes, 00
Types of Democratic Systems, 00
Elite-Dominated Democracies and Social Democracies, 00
Mass-Dominated Democracies, 00
Economic Performance in the Current Democratic Transitions, 
Democracy and Economic Development in Perspective, 00
Democracy and Human Rights, 00
Conclusion, 00
6	Internal Consequences of Democracy: Peace and 
Cooperation? 00
The Debate on Democracy and Peace, 00
The Domestic Scene: Foreign Policy in Democracies, 00
International Relations: Cooperation Between Democracies, 00
Moral Aspects of Cooperation Among Democracies, 00
Economic Cooperation Between Democracies, 00
Peace As a Result of a Democracy, 00
Peaceful Democracies and Realist Thought, 00
Conclusion, 00
Conclusion: The Future of Democracy and Democratization 00
Discussion Questions 00
Notes 00
Suggested Readings 00
Glossary 00
About the Book and Author 00
Index 00

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

World politics -- 1989-.