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Kotzian, P. Lavenex, S. EU democracy promotion in the neighbourhood: from leverage to governance?. Democratization , 18 4 , Linz, J. Problems of democratic transition and consolidation: Southern Europe, South America, and post-communist Europe. JHU Press. Morlino, L. Democratic consolidation.

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Definition, modelling, scenario. Reis , Pace, M. Paradoxes and contradictions in EU democracy promotion in the Mediterranean: the limits of EU normative power. Pridham, G. Securing democracy: Political parties and democratic consolidation in Southern Europe.

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Routledge: London. Palgrave Macmillan: Basingstoke. Schimmelfennig, F. EU Democracy promotion in the European neighbourhood political conditionality, economic development and transnational exchange. Seeberg, P. Democratization , 16 1 , Warkotsch, A. Non-compliance and instrumental variation in EU democracy promotion. Before you download your free e-book, please consider donating to support open access publishing.

E-IR is an independent non-profit publisher run by an all volunteer team. The reading list the reader will be composed of a number of selected chapters from various textbooks. The reader will be distributed by the professor through e-mail. Additionally, students will be required to register for two online courses offered by EdX. Please use the links below to register for the courses. I will keep track of your attendance and punctuality every hour of class. In addition, students should refrain from arriving late without prior approval from the professor or the hour will be counted as an absence.

Original ideas are always welcomed, but must be approved by the professor. Research paper is to consist of 10 pages of double-spaced text point font. Each aspect of your work for the course will receive a letter grade. Each grade will be converted to a numerical value, multiplied by the appropriate percentage, and added to your other grades to arrive at a final grade. Please set your cell phones on silent before class begins and refrain from using them until class is over.

Those caught plagiarising attempting to represent the work of another as their own will fail the course. Note that plagiarism includes using phrases or sentences from a published work without putting that material in quotation marks and documenting the source. In addition to the Midterm and Final, I will periodically send the class important materials or updates. This semester, I will also be sending weekly questions on the readings. It is also up to the student to keep an eye out for such emails and read them and any attachments fully.


For information on any of these centers, please contact Dr. Schmitter, Philippe C. Karl, Terry Lynn, and Philippe C. Schedler, Andreas. Munck, Gerardo L. Schimmelfennig, Frank, and Ulrich Sedelmeier. Checkel, Jeffrey T.

leondumoulin.nl/language/drama/le-coucou-for-oboe-and.php Pevehouse, Jon C. International organizations and democratization. Grabbe, Heather.

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Palgrave Macmillan, Chapters 2 and 9. Ganev, Venelin I. Meka, Eltion. The purpose of this course is to analyse the theoretical and empirical literature on EU democracy promotion. This course will provide students with the opportunity to analyse and discuss the reasons for democracy promotion, the challenges of democracy promotion, and finally, the efficacy of democracy promotion. The course will be divided into three parts. First part asks the question what is democracy promotion for a deep understand of democracy promotion. Second part looks at the more theoretical questions such as under what conditions is democracy promotion likely to be effective.

While the third and final part takes a deeper empirical look through various cases studies in order to determine the extent to which theoretical proposition on democracy promotion are supported by empirical realities. Three will be one major assignment in the form of a research paper. The paper will be submitted in three separate parts:.

Additionally, students will be required to register for an online course offered by EdX. While these services are primarily designed for undergraduate students, they are also available for M.

EU Enlargement and Regime Change in Post-Communist Europe

Glenn, J. Comparative European Politics 2 1 , , Grabbe, H. Conditionality, Diffusion and Diversity. Journal of European Public Policy 8 4 , , Grzymala-Busse, A. Haughton, T.

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Aldershot and Burlington, VT: Ashgate, Political Studies Review 5 2 , , Henderson, K. Hughes, J. Jacoby, W. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, World Politics 58, , West European Politics 24 2 , , Sadurski et al. Florence: Robert Schuman Center, , Pridham, G. JCMS 46 2 , , Raik, K. East European Politics and Societies 18 4 , , Rose-Ackerman, S.

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