by Mary Kaldor One of the most striking features of the transition to democracy in Central and Eastern Europe has been the dramatic growth of nongovernmental organizations largely funded by foreign donors. These NGOs appear to have had an impact on the process of democratization. There is a correlation between the size of the NGO […]

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