Diplomat’s Handbook for Democracy Development Support 2nd ed.
Table of Contents
Preface by President Vaclav Havel
Ministers’ ForewordChapter 1: Introduction
Chapter 2: The International Context
Chapter 3: The Diplomat’s Toolbox
Chapter 4: Conclusions
Egypt: Will Democracy Succeed the Pharaoh
China’s Fifth Modernization: the Enduring Hope for Democratic Governance
South Africa: “The Long Road to Freedom”
From Independence to Real Democracy – Ukraine’s Orange Revolution
The Fall and Rise of Chilean Democracy: 1973-1989
Belarus: Europe’s Last Dictator?
The Suffering of Burma/Myanmar
Zimbabwe: From Hope to Crisis
Tanzania’s Road to Multi-Party Democracy: Focus on a Single Mission’s Efforts
Found online at http://www.diplomatshandbook.org/Tanzania
Sierra Leone: Belated International Engagement Ends a War, Helps Consolidate a Fragile Democracy. Found online at http://www.diplomatshandbook.org/SierraLeone
Resource List: Donor Organizations, Other Democracy Support Organizations and Election Assistance and Observation Organizations
Annex: International Human Rights Law
From the description:
The Diplomat’s Handbook is a project commissioned by the Community of Democracies, and produced by the Council for a Community of Democracies (CCD). The First Edition was produced with the financial support of the International Center on Nonviolent Conflict, Freedom House, the Princeton Project on National Security, the US Department of State, the Governments of Chile, India, and Morocco, and the Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade of the Government of Canada.
The Handbook project was conceived by Ambassador Mark Palmer. Preparation of the Handbook has been a partnership between Project Head, Ambassador Jeremy Kinsman (email@example.com), who has been principally responsible for the text of the Handbook itself, and the Director of Research, Kurt Bassuener (firstname.lastname@example.org), who has been principally responsible for producing the Handbook’s case studies
The text which follows and the case studies benefit from the generous contributions and advice of many former and current diplomatic practitioners, scholars, members of policy centers and nongovernmental organizations, and development experts. The case study on China was drafted by Chantal Meagher, the case study on Cuba by Jeremy Kinsman, and the case study on Egypt by a variety of experts, including Stephen McInerney, Moataz El Fegiery, Michele Dunne and Issandr El Amrani. The Belarus and Ukraine case study updates were undertaken with the assistance of Iryna Chupryna of the Democratization Policy Council.