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How to conceptualise “international democracy”?

International democracy has become a key aspect of the contemporary political and academic debate and, as such, it is exposed to different interpretations and conceptualisations.

 

Lucio Levi, in his Introduction to the First International Democracy Report, proposes a critical assessment about the trajectories of democracy in connection to the gradual enlargement of political communities. Democracy is thus reconsidered in the light of world processes such as globalisation, regionalism, the institutionalisation and constitutionalisation of international relations, the decline of power politics and the affirmation of the rule of law, the efforts to reform the United Nations.

 

The Introduction to the First International Democracy Report can be read here.


 
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