The Democracy Trap: The Perils of the Post-Cold War World
Soon after the toppling of the Berlin Wall, a scholar named Francis Fukuyama wrote a piece in The New York Times stating that the momentous events occurring in Eastern Europe signalled "the end of history", as a result of the final failure of the communist experiment. Here is a powerful rebuttal that warns global democracy will cause not less but more conflict.
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