Conditioning Democratization

Conditioning Democratization

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This book analyzes the effects of European Union membership conditionality on institutional reforms in Eastern Europe, building on concrete examples from four sectors in Albania and Macedonia, two postcommunist countries that have yet to join the EU. The author discusses the theory of a€œconsociational democracy, a€ often considered the key to stabilizing deeply divided countries, and reapplies it on the international stage to argue for how the EU can better direct democratization.In 2008a€“10, the governmenta#39;s preferences toward judicial reform reversed once more as the PD continued to perceive its control over the judicial system as a means to acquire and retain power. The dramatic drop of the countrya#39;s Freedomanbsp;...

Title:Conditioning Democratization
Author:Ridvan Peshkopia
Publisher:Anthem Press - 2015-03-01


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