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Schmitter Natan Sharansky Mário Soares Lourdes Sola Hung-mao Tien Anne Applebaum Sheri Berman Nancy Bermeo Ladan Boroumand Michael Bratton Daniel Brumberg Thomas Carothers Yun-han Chu Michele Dunne Donald K. Levitsky (Co-Chairs) Peter Lewis Tarek Masoud Cynthia Mc Clintock Michael Mc Faul Pratap Bhanu Mehta Leonardo Morlino Alina Mungiu-Pippidi Andrew J.Nathan Ghia Nodia Minxin Pei Benjamin Reilly Olivier Roy Andreas Schedler Lilia Shevtsova Dan Slater Alfred Stepan Vladimir Tismaneanu Lucan A.International structural factors during the 1970s were cited by Huntington as the causal sources for initiating the Third-Wave. membership has also functioned to inspire democratic changes in a number of former Soviet satellites, including Poland, Hungary, and the Czech Republic.Prospects for European Union membership provided the necessary pressure for creating the critical domestic masses for the push toward democracy in Portugal, Spain, and Greece, since the establishment of democratic institutions was necessary to secure the economic benefits for Community membership. Other international factors also contributed to launching the Third-Wave.Schmitter Natan Sharansky Mário Soares Lourdes Sola Hung-mao Tien Anne Applebaum Sheri Berman Nancy Bermeo Ladan Boroumand Michael Bratton Daniel Brumberg Thomas Carothers Yun-han Chu Michele Dunne Donald K. Nathan Ghia Nodia Minxin Pei Benjamin Reilly Olivier Roy Andreas Schedler Lilia Shevtsova Dan Slater Alfred Stepan Vladimir Tismaneanu Laurence Whitehead Shaul Bakhash Zbigniew Brzezinski Hernando de Soto Saad Eddin Ibrahim Byung-Kook Kim Martin C. Lee Arend Lijphart Adam Michnik Ergun Özbudun Condoleezza Rice Julio María Sanguinetti Philippe C. Abdou Filali-Ansary Francis Fukuyama Sumit Ganguly Bruce Gilley E. Horowitz Richard Joseph Robert Kagan Terry Lynn Karl Ivan Krastev Peter lewis Tarek Masoud Cynthia Mc Clintock Michael Mc Faul Pratap Bhanu Mehta Leonardo Morlino Alina Mungiu-Pippidi Andrew J.

This marked a dramatic change after more than a thousand years during which travel in infidel lands was regarded as something reprehensible or even forbidden, except for certain very limited purposes, such as ransoming captives or buying food in times of dearth.

The decision of the opposition New Patriotic Party (NPP) to go to court to contest the outcome of the elections is also examined.

Elections and democracy While elections may not be a foolproof mechanism for ensuring credible political representation, they remain a fundamental condition for democratic legitimacy.

Focusing exclusively on democracy, the Journal monitors and analyzes democratic regimes and movements around the world.

Each issue features a unique blend of scholarly analysis, reports from democratic activists, updates on news and elections, and reviews of important recent books. Abdou Filali-Ansary Francis Fukuyama Sumit Ganguly Bruce Gilley E. Horowitz Richard Joseph Robert Kagan Terry Lynn Karl Ivan Krastev Peter Lewis Tarek Masoud Cynthia Mc Clintock Michael Mc Faul Pratap Bhanu Mehta Leonardo Morlino Alina Mungiu-Pippidi Andrew J.

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