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Nathan Vandeputte

In 2019, the European Union implemented democracy aid projects in 37 countries, totaling €147 million. This is an increase of about 28 percent compared to the year prior (EU 2019) and therefore could be seen as indicative of an increasing

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Jean-Paul Gagnon and Emily Beausoleil

democracy and what can be done to improve them.” In “A Radical Democratic Lens to Rejuvenating European Union Democracy Support,” Nathan Vandeputte (Ghent) “seeks to bridge current analysis of (EU) democracy support with the theoretical debates on

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Benjamin Abrams

the nineteenth century, has now become a reality throughout the European Union, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, and the United States.” More recently, John Keane (2020: 239–240 ) has complained of how “in countries such as India, Britain, France

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Dominik Austrup, Marion Repetti, Andreas Avgousti, Th. W. Bottelier, and Antonin Lacelle-Webster

recently shown (cf. Berlin 1969 ). The same tension applies to liberal internationalism, as indicated, quite beyond Trump or Brexit, by the European Union's democratic deficit or the highly problematic record of UN interventions in, say, Haiti. If