Electoral Observation and Democratic Transitions in Latin America
Center for U.S.-Mexican Studies, University of California, San Diego, 1998 - Political Science - 247 pages
This volume examines the evolution of electoral observation strategies since the 1980s, the relative contributions that foreign and domestic observers can make to free and fair elections and to the democratization process more generally, and the principal lessons learned from electoral observation initiatives in Latin America during the 1980-90s.
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Electoral Observation and Democratization
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Transforming Latin America: The International and Domestic Origins of Change
Craig L. Arceneaux,David Pion-Berlin
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