At a time when democracy promotion is increasingly becoming part of international relations and foreign policy, this study offers some poignant lessons for democratization and conflict resolution in places such as Iraq, Afghanistan and Israel/Palestine to name but a few.According to Biljana Vankovska, Macedonia today does not reflect the a#39;civic approacha#39; envisioned in the Framework Agreement. 1nstead, she argues, multi- ethnicity has been replaced by bi-nationality (Vankovska 2006). For implicit in the ... 1a#39; Similarly, a report by Radio Free Europe suggested that Macedoniaa#39;s Turkish minority, in particular, was unhappy with the Framework Agreement. Having ... Milosevica#39;s removal from power in 2000 thus did away with that threat and as a result.
|Title||:||Democratisation and the Prevention of Violent Conflict|
|Publisher||:||Ashgate Publishing, Ltd. - 2009|