Ghana: The Limits of External Democracy Assistance
AbstractGhana?s experience since the early 1990s indicates that external aid can significantly impact a country?s democratic transition. External democracy assistance has been a crucial, positive factor in Ghana?s steady evolution into an electoral democracy over
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Ghana; electoral democracy; foreign aid;
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