The European Union & Democratization: Reluctant States

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Taylor & Francis, Jun 1, 2002 - Political Science - 232 pages
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The European Union has been a key actor in promoting democratization and providing assistance to encourage political change. This book assesses the EU's contribution to democratization by looking at the failures and states that offered resistance to EU pressure to reform, aiming to understand how the EU overcame or failed to overcome the numerous barriers blocking democratic progress. The book features studies on Slovakia, Romania, Croatia, Turkey, Ukraine, Morocco and Latvia.

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PAUL KUBICEK is Professor of Political Science at Oakland University.

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