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Problems of order, identity and justice in world politics: fighting terror and the role of external actors in fostering democracy abroad

5 May 2006
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September 11 has revived the impetus to advance democracy and foster freedom around the globe. While advancing democracy remains a worthy foreign policy goal, writes Daniel Baldino, it will often take a protracted period to judge whether the use of external power and foreign assistance can bring peace and democracy or indeed ameliorate the conditions that breed terrorism.

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