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Diplomat's handbook for democracy development support.

Author:
Kinsman, Jeremy [Browse]
Format:
Book
Language:
English
Published/​Created:
Washington, DC : Council for a Community of Democracies, [2008]
Description:
129 pages ; 28 cm
Notes:
  • Spiral binding.
  • "Preparation of the Handbook has been a partnership between project Head, Ambassador, Jeremy Kinsman ... who has been principally responsible for the text of the Handbook itself, and the Director of Research, Kurt Bassuener ... who had been principally responsible for producing the accompanying case studies."--Page 2 of cover.
  • Publication information from label on page 4 of cover.
Contents:
Preface by President Vaclav Havel -- Ministers' foreword -- 1. Introduction -- 2. The international context -- 3. The diplomat's toolbox -- 4. Conclusions -- South Africa : "The long road to freedom" -- From independence to real democracy : Ukraine's Orange Revolution -- The fall and rise of Chilean democracy : 1973-1989 -- Belarus: Europe's last dictator? -- The suffering of Burma/Myanmar -- Sierra Leone : Belated international engagements ends a war, helps consolidate a fragile democracy -- Tanzania's road to multi-party democracy : focus on a single mission's efforts -- Zimbabwe : from hope to crisis.
Source acquisition:
Gift of Achilleas Antoniades to the Program in Hellenic Studies for Princeton University Library.
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Form/​Genre:
Case studies.
OCLC:
262477327
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