Democracy and International Military Intervention: The Case of Haiti
Democracy and Human Rights in Latin America
Questions about democracy and human rights have emerged in the advent of the 21st century, a time in which the prospects for progress in these areas have never been greater. This book is designed to respond to some of these questions with reference to Latin America, where democratic regimes have alternated with authoritarian governments and the human rights record is inconsistent at best. Taken together, these essays reveal the complexity of democratic transitions, the importance of support for human rights, and the way in which democracy and human rights are linked in Latin America.
Richard S. Hillman, John A. Peeler, and Elsa Cardozo de Da Silva, eds.
Irwin P. Stotzky, Democracy and International Military Intervention: The Case of Haiti Democracy and Human Rights in Latin America (2002).