Toward Democratic Consolidation

Larry Jay Diamond
1994 Journal of Democracy  
Office: 411 Lehman, Barnard Office Hours: tba 212-854-2158 POLS W 4414y: Making Democracy Work Tuesdays, Thursdays 2:40-3:55 pm For the past thirty years a democratic revolution has been sweeping the globe. Beginning in the mid-1970s in Southern Europe, it has spread throughout Latin America, parts of East Asia and Africa, and the former Soviet bloc. In all, dozens of new democracies have emerged in the last three decades. This course will examine the problems they face and what, if anything, outsiders can do to help.
doi:10.1353/jod.1994.0041 fatcat:br2ctkgk4ba57fzn6smr2isnmq