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Democracy in the 21st Century

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Does Democracy Have a Violent Heart?

Published in David Pritchard (ed.), War, Democracy and Culture in Classical Athens. Talk delivered at the conference WAR, CULTURE AND DEMOCRACY IN CLASSICAL ATHENS, 4-6 July 2006, University of Sydney. Click here to read PDF format Click here to read the Epilogue in...

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06 July 2006
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Does Democracy have a violent heart?

Talk delivered at the conference WAR, CULTURE AND DEMOCRACY IN CLASSICAL ATHENS, 4-6 July 2006, University of Sydney. Read, Watch and listen to John Keane presenting his talk click for Text here. Watch Part 1 [vc_video link='https://youtu.be/uA-imIC6YFY'] Watch Part 2 [vc_video link='https://youtu.be/DUxVF2pEJ6U'] Watch...

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04 July 2006
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Transitions to Democracy

Plenary session addressed by Professor John Keane during the Symposium : "Democracy: Contested Futures" 23 March 2004 at the Centre for Democracy Studies, Oxford Brookes University. The Centre ran a one-day symposium which looked at some the contemporary challenges and issues related...

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23 March 2006
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John Keane reviews Contention and Democracy in Europe, 1650-2000 By Charles Tilly

Systematic reflection on the transition to democracy - on the problem of how democratic institutions can be built and sustained - came relatively late in the history of democracy. Beginning with Plato, Thucydides and others, intellectual energy was mostly invested...

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04 November 2005
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Contention and Democracy in Europe , 1650-2000 By Charles Tilly

The Times Higher Education Supplement, 4/11/2005 Cambridge University, Press, 305pp, £45.00 and £16.99. Systematic reflection on the transition to democracy - on the problem of how democratic institutions can be built and sustained - came relatively late in the history of democracy....

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04 November 2005
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