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Promoting Democracy in the Post-Soviet Region
     

Promoting Democracy in the Post-Soviet Region

by Derek S. Reveron
 
Drawing on his background with the US Agency for International Development and the US State Department, Reveron explores why promoting democracy in former socialist countries of eastern Europe became an important component of US foreign policy, and how it was carried out by the State Department's Community Connections program. He discusses overlooked aspects of the

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Drawing on his background with the US Agency for International Development and the US State Department, Reveron explores why promoting democracy in former socialist countries of eastern Europe became an important component of US foreign policy, and how it was carried out by the State Department's Community Connections program. He discusses overlooked aspects of the policy process, implementing and continuing the policies, keeping everyone happy, and democracy as a new institutional mission. The study seems to have been a doctoral dissertation for the University of Chicago. It is double spaced. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR

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Drawing on his background with the US Agency for International Development and the US State Department, Reveron explores why promoting democracy in former socialist countries of eastern Europe became an important component of US foreign policy, and how it was carried out by the State Department's Community Connections program. He discusses overlooked aspects of the policy process, implementing and continuing the policies, keeping everyone happy, and democracy as a new institutional mission. The study seems to have been a doctoral dissertation for the University of Chicago. It is double spaced. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

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ISBN-13:
9780773471481
Publisher:
Mellen, Edwin Press, The
Publication date:
06/01/1902
Series:
Studies in Political Science
Pages:
244

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