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Commitment to democracy in Central America

Thomas O. Enders

Commitment to democracy in Central America

April 21, 1982

by Thomas O. Enders

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Published by U.S. Dept. of State, Bureau of Public Affairs, Office of Public Communication, Editorial Division in Washington, D.C .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • United States -- Foreign relations -- Central America,
  • Central America -- Foreign relations -- United States

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesCurrent policy -- no. 386
    ContributionsUnited States. Dept. of State. Office of Public Communication. Editorial Division
    The Physical Object
    Pagination[2] p. ;
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14938115M

      Most of the border crossers are from Central America. Many say they would rather be home, if the possibility of decent survival hadn’t been destroyed. and the likelihood that democracy will.   International commitment to democracy has been partial and contingent for years. The Obama administration merits criticism for a tepid response to Honduras’s military coup. Nonetheless, Author: Amy Erica Smith.

    For democracy to take root in Latin America, both military men and civilian leaders must take on new roles. Recognition that the military is one of the strongest formal institutions in Author: Myo AUNG Myanmar. A new book by mainly Dutch and Latin American scholars – Kees Koonings & Dirk Kruijt’s co–edited, Armed Actors: Organized Violence and State Failure in Latin America (Zed Press, ) – advances the argument about the Latin American state, democracy and citizenship, especially in relation to the key theme of violence.

    Reflections on Memory and Democracy but in Latin and Central America as a whole: the United States and its Cold War politics followed by the Washington Consensus of neoliberal economics. The commitment to democracy and civil society resulted from changes in the mentality of political actors both on the right and on the left. As Frances. This book examines the role of the military in the wave of democratization that has swept through Latin America in the past decade. Although much of the leading literature on the transition to democracy recognizes the importance of "hardline" and "softline" factions within the military in this process, the author takes this study one step further to investigate the motivations of the .


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Get this from a library. Commitment to democracy in Central America: Ap [Thomas O Enders; United States. Department of State. Office of Public Communication. Editorial Division.]. The heart of the book is his conversations with sixty-two leaders of fifty-eight elite dynasties, who for the first time tell their own stories of the experience of Central American revolution.

Paige’s analysis challenges not only Barrington Moore’s influential theory of dictatorship and democracy but also contemporary approaches to “transitions to democracy.”. This volume represents a continuation and significant expansion of the study of the relationship of elections to democracy in Central America that the editors began with Elections and Democracy in Central America ().

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Latin America: Perspectives on a Region, 2nd edition (), and, with Carmen Rosa Balbi, "'Reinventing' Democracy in Peru," Current History (February )."Central America has been a locus of migration for generations. It is characterized by rural-to-urban and regional migration as well as emigration abroad, particularly to the United States.

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