GlobaIization, human rights and democracy
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CitationBrasic, P. (2014). GlobaIization, human rights and democracy. Beşinci Balkan Ülkeleri Felsefe Semineri. Maltepe Üniversitesi. s. 61-68.
With the Iast cut in world history occurring in 1989 and throughout the destruction of communist dictatorships and the Soviet World Empire, a new stage in the planetary process of globalization began, in which most countries in the world labelled themselves as democratic states, "ruled by the people". The increasing trend of 40 in 1972 up to the currently estimated 1 23 democratic countries of the 192 states registered in the United Nations may continue in the future. Speculation of various theories, such as Francis Fukuyama's The End of Hjstory and the Last Mon (1992)l , that liberal democratic nation-states were the universal standard form of human society has been disproved through the globalization process which abolished the boundaries and led liberal democracies over the state borders to a supranational world society. Transformation to global democracy threatens the fundamental principles of the former liberal nation-state democracy.
SourceBeşinci Balkan Ülkeleri Felsefe Semineri
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