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International Promotion and Democracy

Peter Burnell

  • Burnell, P.J. 2013. ‘Promoting democracy’ (Review article), Government and Opposition, 48 (2), pp. 265-87. Link to article (Journal website).
  • Burnell, P.J and Schlumberger, O. (Ed.) 2011. International Politics and National Political Regimes. Promoting democracy - Promoting Autocracy? London, Routledge. Link to publication (Publisher's website).
  • BURNELL, P.J. and GERRITS, A.EDS. 2011. Promoting Party Politics in Emerging Democracies London, Routledge. Link to publication (Publisher's website).
  • BURNELL, P. 2011a. ‘Does Political Party Aid Compensate For The Limitations Of International Elections Observation?’ Representation, Vol. 47 (4), pp. 383-97. Link to article (Journal website).
  • BURNELL, P. J. 2011b. Promoting Democracy Abroad. New Brunswick, Transaction Publishers at Rutgers. Link to book (Google website).
  • Burnell, P.J. 2011c. Lessons of Experience in International Democracy Support: Implications for Supporting Democratic Change in North Africa. UNU-WIDERWorking Paper WP2011/84. Link to paper (PDF).
  • Burnell, P.J. 2011d. 'External accountability meets accountability assistance with reference to legislative strengthening in Africa'. In Accountable Government in Africa Chirwa, D. and Nijzink, L. (Eds.). New York, United Nations University Press. pp.274-93. Link to publication (Publisher's website).
  • Burnell, P.J. 2011e. 'Is the international environment becoming less benign for democratisation?' Zeitschrift für Vergleichende Politikwissenschaft Special issue 1, 2011, pp. 81-101. Link to article (WRAP Warwick website).
  • BURNELL, P. & SCHLUMBERGER, O. 2010. 'Promoting democracy – promoting autocracy? International politics and national political regimes.' Contemporary Politics 16 (1), pp. 1-15. Link to article (Journal website).
  • BURNELL, P. 2010a. 'Promoting democracy and promoting autocracy: towards a comparative evaluation'. Journal of Politics and Law, 3, 3-14. Link to article (Journal website).
  • BURNELL, P. 2010b. 'Is there a new autocracy promotion?' March, Madrid: FRIDE. Link to article (FRIDE website).
  • BURNELL, P. 2009c. 'The coherence of democratic peace building'. In: ADDISON, T. & BRÜCK, T. (eds.) Making Peace Work.The Challenges of Social and Economic Reconstruction. New York: Palgrave Macmillan
UNU-Wider. Link to publication (publisher's website).
  • BURNELL, P. 2009a. 'Democracy promotion: an evaluation'. In: FORSYTH, D. (ed.) Encyclopedia of Human Rights. New York: Oxford University Press. Link to publication (Publisher's website).
  • BURNELL, P. 2009b. Legislative Strengthening Meets Party Support in International Assistance: A Closer Relationship? The Journal of Legislative Studies 15 (4), 460-480. Link to article (Publisher's website).
  • BURNELL, P. 2008a. 'From evaluating democracy assistance to appraising democracy promotion'. Political Studies, 56, 414-434. Link to article (Journal's website).
  • BURNELL, P. 2008b. 'International democracy promotion: a role for public goods theory?' Contemporary Politics, 14 (1), 37-52. Link to article (Journal's website).
  • BURNELL, P. 2007a. A European profile in democracy assistance: relations between state, civil society and private sector. In: VAN DOORN, M. & VON MEIJENFELDT, R. (eds.) Enhancing the European Profile in Democracy Assistance. Delft: Eburon Academic.
  • BURNELL, P. 2007b. Does International Democracy Promotion Work? Discussion Paper. Deutsches Institut für Entwicklungspolitik/German Development Institute. Link to paper (PDF through DIE).
  • BURNELL, P. 2007c. Methods and experiences of evaluating democracy support: a moving frontier. In: BURNELL, P. (ed.) Evaluating Democracy Support: Methods and Experiences. Stockholm: International Institute for Democracy and Electoral Assistance and Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency. Link to paper (CIGI website).
  • BURNELL, P. 2006a. 'International support for party politics in new democracies: think party system; think globalisation!' KAS Auslands-Informationen. Link to article (PDF through KAS).
  • BURNELL, P. 2006b. 'Promoting Democracy Backwards'. Working Paper. Madrid: FRIDE. Link to paper (FRIDE website).
  • BURNELL, P. 2005. 'Political strategies of external support for democratization'. Foreign Policy Analysis, 1 (3), 361-384. Link to article (Journal website).
  • BURNELL, P. 2004a. Building better democracies: why political parties matter, London, Westminster Foundation for Democracy. Link to paper (WFD website).
  • BURNELL, P. 2004b. 'Democracy promotion: the elusive quest for grand strategies. Internationale Politik und Gesellschaft', pp. 100-116. Link to article (PDF through FES).
  • BURNELL, P. 2004c. 'The Domestic Political Impact of Foreign Aid: Recalibrating the Research Agenda'. European Journal of Development Research, 16, 396-416. Link to article (Publisher's website).
  • BURNELL, P. J. 2000a. Democracy assistance: international co-operation for democratization, London ; Portland, OR, F. Cass.
  • BURNELL, P. J. 2000b. Democracy assistance: international co-operation for democratization, London, Frank Cass. Link to book (Google Books).
  • BURNELL, P. J. & WARE, A. 1998. Funding democratization, Manchester, Manchester University Press. Link to ebook version (Google Books).
  • BURNELL, P. J. 1997. Foreign aid in a changing world, Buckingham, Open University Press. Link to book (Google Books).

Jeroen de Zeeuw

  • KUMAR, K. & DE ZEEUW, J. 2008. International support for political party development in war-torn societies. In: RIELLY, B. & NORDLUND, P. (eds.) Political Parties in Conflict-Prone Societies. Regulation, engineering and democratic development. New York
, Tokyo UNU Press. Link to publication (IDEA website).
  • DE ZEEUW, J. & KUMAR, K. (eds.) 2006. Promoting Democracy in Postconflict Societies. A Comparative Perspective, Boulder, London Lynne Rienner. Link to publication (Publisher's website).

Richard Youngs

  • YOUNGS, R. 2010. The European Union and democracy promotion: a critical global assessment, Baltimore, Md., Johns Hopkins University Press. Link to book (Google Books).
  • YOUNGS, R. 2010, How to Revitalise Democracy Assistance: Receipient's Views. Working Paper. Madrid: FRIDE. Link to paper (FRIDE website).
  • YOUNGS, R. 2009. Democracy promotion as external governance? Journal of European Public Policy, 16 (6), 895-915. Link to article (Journal website).
  • EMERSON, M., KAUSCH, K., YOUNGS, R. & ABDEL-LATIF, O. et al. 2009. Islamist radicalisation: the challenge for Euro-Mediterranean relations, Brussels
, Madrid Centre for European Policy Studies
 FRIDE. Link to publication (SSRN website),
  • EMERSON, M. & YOUNGS, R. 2008. 'Is the League of Democracies a Bad Idea? How Europe should respond'. CEPS Policy Briefs. Link to publication (SSRN website).
  • YOUNGS, R., BOONSTRA, J., CHOUCAIR VIZOSO, J., ECHAGÜE, A., JARÁBIK, B. & KAUSCH, K. 2008. Is the European Union Supporting Democracy in its Neighbourhood?, Madrid, FRIDE. Link to paper (FRIDE website).
  • YOUNGS, R. 2008a. Is European democracy promotion on the wane? Working Document. Brussels: Centre for European Policy Studies. Link to paper (CEPS website).
  • YOUNGS, R. 2008b. Trends in democracy assistance: what has Europe been doing? Journal of Democracy, 19, 160-169. Link to article (Journal website).
  • MATHIESON, D. & YOUNGS, R. 2006, Democracy promotion and the European left: Ambivalence Confused? Working Paper. Madrid: FRIDE. Link to paper (FRIDE website).
  • YOUNGS, R. (ed.) 2006. Survey of European Democracy Promotion Policies, 2000-2006, Madrid: FRIDE. Link tp publication (FRIDE website).
  • YOUNGS, R. & PICCONE, T. (eds.) 2006. Strategies for Democratic Change. Assessing the Global Response. Washington, DC, Madrid. Link to publication (FRIDE website).
  • YOUNGS, R. 2005. Ten years of the Barcelona process: a model for supporting Arab reform? Working Paper. Madrid: FRIDE. Link to publication (FRIDE website).
  • YOUNGS, R. 2004a. Democratic institution-building and conflict resolution: emerging EU approaches. International Peacekeeping, 11 (3), pp. 526-543. Link to publication (Journal website).
  • YOUNGS, R. 2004b. International democracy and the West: the roles of governments, civil society and multinational business, Oxford, Oxford University Press. Link to book (Publisher's website).
  • GILLESPIE, R. & YOUNGS, R. 2002. The European Union and democracy promotion: the case of North Africa, London, New York, Routledge. Link to book (Publisher's website).
  • YOUNGS, R. 2002. The European Union and the Promotion of Democracy: Europe's Mediterranean and Asian Policies. Oxford: Oxford University Press. Link to publication (Publisher's website).
  • YOUNGS, R. 2001a. Democracy Promotion: The Case of European Union Strategy. Working Document. Brussels: Centre for European Policy Studies. Link to paper (CEPS website).
  • YOUNGS, R. 2001b. The European Union and the promotion of democracy, Oxford, Oxford University Press.

Oz Hassan

  • HASSAN, O. America's freedom dilemma: national interests and the pursuit of Middle East democracy. In: Europe, the USA and Political Islam: Strategies for Engagement. Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke ; New York. Link to book (Publisher's website).
  • HASSAN, O. 2008a. Bush's Freedom Agenda: Ideology and the Democratization of the Middle East. Democracy and Security, 4 (3), pp. 268-289. Link to article (journal website).
  • HASSAN, O. 2008b. George W. Bush, September 11 and the Rise of the Freedom Agenda in United States-Middle East Relations: A Constructivist Institutional Approach. Ph.D., University of Birmingham. Link to PhD (University of Birmingham).

Nicola Pratt

  • PRATT, N. 2006. Human rights and NGOs and the foreign funding debate in Egypt. In: TIRADO-CHASE, A. & HAMZAWI, A. (eds.) Human Rights in the Arab World Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press. Link to book (Publisher's website).