Tag: Democratization

Democratization Ed 2

Christian Welzel, "Democratization Ed 2"
English | ISBN: 0198732287 | 2019 | 520 pages | PDF | 13 MB
Democratization is the most comprehensive volume on this critical field of contemporary politics, with insightful coverage of the key theories, actors, dynamics, and developments. This authoritative guide brings together leading experts from diverse international backgrounds, including some of the best known names in the field, making it an invaluable resource to students of democratization.


Politics and Society in Hungary (De-)Democratization, Orbán and the EU

Politics and Society in Hungary: (De-)Democratization, Orbán and the EU by Ellen Bos, Astrid Lorenz
English | EPUB | 2022 (2023 Edition) | 249 Pages | ISBN : 3658398256 | 5.5 MB
Hungary was once a frontrunner of democratization. However, since Viktor Orbán came to power in 2010, the country has been the subject of critical media coverage and concerns due to illiberal policies and anti-EU rhetoric. The book helps to analyze and evaluate the developments by providing relevant case knowledge. It provides sound insights into Hungary’s system of government, society, parties and media, as well as selected policy areas. It focuses on how different policy areas have been influenced by the EU, traces important lines of development over the past decades, and compares the findings with other states of the region. The authors’ professional expertise and broad knowledge of the political systems of Hungary and Europe provide a well-founded analysis of the developments in the region.


Democratization and the European Union Comparing Central and Eastern European Post-Communist Countries

Leonardo Morlino, Wojciech Sadurski, "Democratization and the European Union: Comparing Central and Eastern European Post-Communist Countries"
English | 2010 | ISBN: 0415560446 | EPUB | pages: 288 | 0.6 mb
This book examines in depth the impact of the EU on aspects of the quality of democracy in eight selected post-communist countries. Considering both the political and legal aspects of the dynamics among institutions and focussing on inter-institutional accountability, the book analyses how constitutional designs have been effectively implemented to achieve this, and to what extent this was the result of EU action.