- Title Pages
- Notes on Contributors
- chapter 1 Three International Dimensions of Democratization
- 2 The Influence of the International Context Upon the Choice of National Institutions and Policies in Neo‐Democracies
- Part II The Americas
- 3 The Imposition of Democracy: The Caribbean
- 4 The Effectiveness of US Human Rights Policy, 1973–1980
- 5 The Resurgence of United States Political Development Assistance to Latin America in the 1980s
- 6 The International Dimensions of Democratization in Latin America: The Case of Brazil
- 7 International Support for the Chilean Opposition, 1973–1989: Political Parties and the Role of Exiles
- 8 International Support for Democracy in Contemporary Latin America: The Role of the Party Internationals
- 9 International Political Finance: The Konrad Adenauer Foundation and Latin America
- Part III Europe
- 10 Democracy by Convergence: Southern Europe
- 11 International Aspects of Democratization: The Case of Spain
- 12 Underwriting Democracy: The European Community and Greece
- 13 Democracy and Decolonization: East‐Central Europe
- 14 Democratic Regions, Ostracism, and Pariahs
- 15 The Enlargement of the European Union: A ‘Risky’ Form of Democracy Promotion
- The International Dimensions of Democratization
- Oxford University Press
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