Beyond Electoral Democracy: Foreign Aid and the Challenge of Deepening Democracy in Benin
AbstractIn the 1990s, analysts were almost unanimous in considering Benin to be one of the most important aid recipients among the newly democratizing African countries. After more than two decades of democratic practice, the country has clearly completed the pha
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Date of creation: 2012
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Benin; foreign aid; democratic consolidation; accountability; corruption; elections;
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