In the current globalized international system, politics, economics, and societal issues are the concern of not only the state but of the world as a whole. It is increasingly apparent that participation in the global community requires states to implement, at minimum, conventional democracy within which individual rights are recognized and protected. Yet for much of the developing world, democratic regimes are partially contested given that many states were historically controlled by non-democratic, often militant regimes that offered security to citizens during times of economic crises.
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"Confronting the Past: Democratic Rhetoric or Socially Necessary?,"
Human Rights & Human Welfare: Vol. 9:
1, Article 67.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.du.edu/hrhw/vol9/iss1/67
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