THE DILEMMAS OF MODERN DEMOCRACY DEVELOPMENT: THEORY AND PRACTICE

I I Pogorskа

Abstract


The manageability of modern global and regional processes is directly dependent
on the success of multilateral interaction, the search for collective mutually acceptable solutions.
Therefore, the foreign policy of modern states is essentially aimed at creating a more
stable, predictable and secure international environment on the democracy model basis, where
an effective balance has been found between the national and collective interests of political
actors. The current stage is the subject of serious scientific discussions. It is argued that situational
measures can not fundamentally change the model of democratic development on world
space because that does not entail a change in the conceptual basis of the system of multilateral
cooperation. Modern research stands out fundamental works, which presents systematized integration
features, combining economic, historical, political, cultural and psychological aspects
of the analysis of democratic development formats.
Key words: democracy, theory, model, global development.

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.17721/apmv.2017.133.0.49-67

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