The democratic West - Still a role model for developing and emerging countries

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The democratic West - Still a role model for developing and emerging countries

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In 1992 Francis Fukuyama proclaimed the “End of History” and the victory of Western liberal democracy as the best form of government. Twenty five years on, liberal democracy, human rights and democratic values are increasingly being questioned in the West and in many countries across the globe.

  • Why has the Western democratic model lost its attractiveness for developing and emerging countries?
  • Are non-Western governance models really the solution for struggling democratic nations?
  • What can the West do in its internal and external policies to promote its liberal democratic values?

IMAGE CREDIT: CC / FLICKR –  United Nations Photo

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