Problem of Globalizing of Democracy in the Context of Correlation of Local, Regional and Global Conditions
CitationHajiyeva, Vasila. 2014. Problem of Globalizing of Democracy in the Context of Correlation of Local, Regional and Global Conditions. In Proceedings of the 23rd World Congress of Political Science, organized by the International Political Science Association (IPSA), Montréal, Candada, July 19-24, 2014.
AbstractCommon tendencies of the problem of democratization in various regions of the world are studied with complex systems approach. It is raised a question of searching for theoretical laws by generalizing of different directions and pictures in the different countries, as well as systematizing of problems and processes with approach to the problem through accounting the practice of separate states in the complex view. Not only domestic obstacles and opportunities could be learned, also outside factors would be brought to light if separation will be done not by countries, but by flatnesses - social policy, domestic policy, international system. Questions, estrangement and feasible problems of democratization process, their objective and subjective conditions are studied systematically in the frame of horizontal and vertical relations of local, regional and global flatnesses.
The following directions of problems of democratization process are investigated through their systematization:
1.Conflict situations and estrangement cases of the fundamental principles of democracy in the countries where democracy process is problematic;
2.The second direction problem of the democratic statehood and rule of law is that the democracy does not have the political power but is legitimate and its cultural and mental bases cover whole national level;
3.The other important direction is regional, global objective conditions of the state in the term of democratization process;
4.Dependence of democratization process from orders and laws of the international system, interests and behaviors of political actors, current international strategic processes.
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