The case of Haiti: Lessons learned for the future of Democracy and International Development
AbstractAt first glance, we could think that for democracy to beeffective in Haiti it might need different policy implementationsthan other parts of the world. However, the latest politicalevents in Haiti could be a great source of knowledge toimprove democracy for the rest of the world. In the followinganalysis, we will first analyze two different approaches, atop-bottom approach and a bottom-up approach for democracyto better understand a more functional democraticmodel approach in Haiti.
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