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(Comission) (Ommission) (Hearsay)
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(2013: 05-09) Preface to Democratic Theory





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(Harnecker 1992)

(represntation)

(equality)
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people




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no bourgeoisie no democracy::



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The National System of
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(Transform) (Decay)
(2014: 439) Political
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institutions develop over time, but they are also universally subject to decay.
This problem is not saved once society becomes rich and democratic. Indeed,
democracy itself can be the source of decay.


(Established)
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( smith et al 1999:01) 'The unprecedented volume and

velocity of international flows of trade, investment, information, cultural


exchanges, and human migrations are creating a new, more tightly integrated,
world and one that seems to be in the throes of some fundamental
restructuring


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It is my general contention that humanity and democracy - two
principles essentially irrelevant to the original Westphalian order - can serve as
guideposts in crafting a new international order, better adapted to the security
realities, and challenges, of today's Europe.


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- (Theoretician) war was the continuation
of politics with the mixture of other means
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Application Today

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Economic fixation, strategic fixation, rational obsession





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Fixations


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The split of Czechoslovakia worked better for
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Czechoslovakia as something of a defeat, partial loss of their national identity
The Split of Czechoslovakia: A defeat or a victory? ::


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Without precise and defined sources, methods and concepts it is possible to see
everything and its opposite. (Thomas Piketty, 2014: 2-3) Capital in the 21st
Century: Oxford Press: Massachusetts






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