English, Article edition: Democracy and development Wolfrum, R?diger

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  • Democracy and development
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  • Wolfrum, R?diger
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  • The discussion on the relationship of democracy and development has only become meaningful after being freed from a purely dogmatic approach. International law, in particular international human rights instruments, commit States' Parties to establish and sustain a government based upon democratic elections and which is politically accountable. Development requires a policy towards achieving conditions where human beings can enjoy freedom from want and fear. Both policies, on democratization and development, are meant to achieve conditions in which human dignity is fully respected and they are therefore mutually reinforcing.
  • RePEc:cup:eurrev:v:7:y:1999:i:02:p:183-189_00
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