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Is Non-Western Democracy Possible?


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  • About the Editor
  • This book, with theoretical and practical analyses of comparative political systems of Eastern countries (Asia and Africa), their political process and political cultures, describes and analyses the influence of political culture on political process in the Eastern world. It gives readers an opportunity to make a comparative appraisal of maturity of civil society in these countries as well as their specifics in political interactions and internal political competition seen through the eyes of a group of distinguished Russian researchers.

    The book concentrates also on specifics of political-economic and political modernization in the East, and assesses the prospects of an emergence of a Western as well as a non-Western democracy in the framework of Eastern political transformations. It also explains why the one-dimensional spread of democracy — completely negating or neglecting regional political-cultural specifics — may lead to war among civilizations instead of the formation of a more just and fair system of democratic governance.

  • Alexei D Voskressenski is dean of the School of Political Affairs and professor of comparative politics and Asian studies at the School of International Relations, MGIMO University (Moscow). He is a founding editor-in-chief of the peer-reviewed journal Comparative Politics (www.comparativepolitics.org), published in Russia. He has authored, coauthored, and edited fifty books, of which 12 are research monographs. He was handed the "Best Book in Political Science Award" (2008, 2014) by the Russian Association of Political Science, the "Best Book in Social Science National Public Award" (2011) and he was also a recipient of the "RF Government Award in Education" (2014).

ISBN: 9789813147379
Cover Type: Hardcover
Page Count: 768
Year Published: 2017