Africa represents the subsequent frontier of the transnational politics of democratization. fresh efforts to advertise human rights and democracy have yielded a combined checklist of good fortune. A comparability of regime swap in Kenya and Uganda finds how principled interventions have accidental opposed results at the democratic reform procedure.
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