English, Article edition: Globalization and the death of liberal democracy Cammack, Paul

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  • Globalization and the death of liberal democracy
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  • Cammack, Paul
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  • It is doubtful as to whether the countries of the Third World are likely to move to the kind of liberal democracy that is regarded as characteristic of the West. In particular, parties are often remaining and not organizations truly competing with each other. This is in part a consequence of economic globalization, as the requirements of global economic liberalization do not fit with the requirements of democracy. In such a context, clientelism around the State may be inevitable and it contributes to ensuring that the main party in the country, and indeed all parties become , as is the case in Mexico or Malaysia and perhaps in the Ukraine and South Africa. Thus, globalization does not mean the end of the State, but possibly the end of liberal democracy.
  • RePEc:cup:eurrev:v:6:y:1998:i:02:p:249-263_00
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