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Author
Carothers, Thomas, 1956-
TitleAssessing democracy assistance : the case of Romania / Thomas Carothers.
Published
Washington, D.C. : Carnegie Endowment Book, ©1996.
 
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Physical description1 online resource (vi, 144 pages)
SeriesJSTOR EBA.
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BibliographyIncludes bibliographical references (pages 133-137) and index.
SummaryIn recent years, assistance aimed at promoting democracy abroad has become a major component of U.S. foreign aid and of the U.S. government's post-Cold War policy of seeking to enlarge the international community of democratic nations. Despite its rapid growth, however, democracy assistance remains poorly understood in practice, and its value is frequently questioned. This landmark study, an examination of U.S. democracy assistance efforts in Romania, is the first comprehensive analysis of the workings - and failings - of U.S. democracy assistance in one country. Based on the author's extensive field research, the study provides widely applicable answers to key questions about the value, strategies, methods, and future of such assistance.
Other authorJSTOR issuing body.
SubjectDemocracy -- Romania.
Technical assistance, American -- Romania.
Romania -- Politics and government -- 1989-
Electronic books.
ISBN9780870032967 (electronic bk.)
0870032968 (electronic bk.)
0870031023
9780870031021
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In recent years, assistance aimed at promoting democracy abroad has become a major component of U.S. foreign aid and of the U.S. government's post-Cold War policy of seeking to enlarge the international community of democratic nations. Despite its rapid growth, however, democracy assistance remains poorly understood in practice and its value is frequently questioned.
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Thomas Carothers
Thomas Carothers is vice president for international politics and governance at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace and founder and director of the Endowment's Democracy and Rule of Law Project.
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