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Are Democratic States as “Democratic” as They Pretend to be?

Most people in the modern world would claim that democracy is the best form of rule for the state. For everybody it is associated with freedom, human rights and social equality. The same is true for state leaders and politicians. It makes it possible for these persons to be handshake among the powerful persons in other states. Many people need the status of a democratic politician only to retain power, to form an image of a progressive reformer in their own country. At the same time, not each…See More
Dec 31, 2018
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Are Democratic States as “Democratic” as They Pretend to be?

Most people in the modern world would claim that democracy is the best form of rule for the state. For everybody it is associated with freedom, human rights and social equality. The same is true for state leaders and politicians. It makes it possible for these persons to be handshake among the powerful persons in other states. Many people need the status of a democratic politician only to retain power, to form an image of a progressive reformer in their own country. At the same time, not each…See More
Dec 31, 2018
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http://mpupp.kit-sleuth.in.ua
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Graduate student
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Ethics, Food, Gender, Governance
Tell everyone a little about yourself and what you hope to gain from the Global Ethics Network.
Currently I am a graduate student in Political Science at L'viv National University of Ivan Franko.I have decided that studying and doing research are things I would like to devote myself in the future. I found out that the interaction between individuals and their environment is most interesting, intriguing and complex to explore. More specifically, this interest developed in the direction of politics. As the Global Ethics seems to be highly international and multidisciplinary, I believe that here I may found a perfect addition to the knowledge I have already obtained.

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Are Democratic States as “Democratic” as They Pretend to be?

Posted on December 31, 2018 at 5:27pm 0 Comments

Most people in the modern world would claim that democracy is the best form of rule for the state. For everybody it is associated with freedom, human rights and social equality. The same is true for state leaders and politicians. It makes it possible for these persons to be handshake among the powerful persons in other states. Many people need the status of a democratic politician only to retain power, to form an image of a progressive reformer in their own country. At the same time, not…

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