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This volume brings together expert contributors to explore the intersection of two major contemporary themes: globalization, and the contribution that both domestic party politics and international party support make to democratization.
Globalising Democracy clearly shows what globalization means for domestic and international efforts to build effective political parties and competitive party systems in new and emerging democracies. Contrasting perspectives are presented through fresh case studies of European post-communist countries, Africa and Turkey. The reader is clearly shown how international party assistance is a manifestation and vehicle of globalization, and explores how it may be assessed in terms of:
This is the first book to analyze the impact of globalization on democracy and will be of great interest to all students of international relations, governance and politics.
1. Globalising Party Politics in Emerging Democracies Peter Burnell 2. Political Parties, International Party Assistance and Globalisation Peter Burnell 3. Political Parties and the Democratisation of Globalisation Jan Aart Scholte 4. Examining International Party Political Aid Thomas Carothers 5. East-Central Europe: Parties in Crisis and the External and Internal Europeanisation of the Party Systems Attila Agh 6. External Assistance for Political Contenders in Transition States: Cautionary Tales from the Balkans Tom Gallagher 7. Globalisation and Party Transformation: Turkey's Justice and Development Party in Perspective Ziya Onis 8. Globalising Party Politics in Africa: The Influence of Party-Based Democracy Networks M.A. Mohamed Salih 9. Party Assistance and the Crisis of Democracy in Southern Africa Roger Southall 10. Hesitant Bedfellows: The German Stiftungen and Party Aid in Africa Gero Erdmann 11. Looking to the Future: Practice and Research in Party Support Peter Burnell
The Routledge Studies in Globalisation series is edited by André Broome (University of Warwick, UK) and Leonard Seabrooke (Copenhagen Business School, Denmark).
Based in the Centre for the Study of Globalisation and Regionalisation at the University of Warwick (www.warwick.ac.uk/csgr), the Routledge Studies in Globalisation series examines key questions related to the theory and practice of globalisation and regionalisation. The Series has an interdisciplinary focus and publishes research that is methodologically and theoretically rigorous and which advances knowledge about the changing dynamics of globalisation and regionalisation, global governance and global order, and global civil society.
Shaun Breslin, University of Warwick, UK
Sophie Harman, Queen Mary University of London, UK
Richard Higgott, University of Warwick, UK
Manuela Moschella, Scuola Normale Superiore, Italy
Helen Nesadurai, Monash University, Australia
Andreas Nölke, Goethe University Frankfurt, Germany