La democracia (liberal) sostenible como refuerzo de la teoría de la paz democrática

Gracias Abad Quintanal

Resumen


En los últimos 10 años hemos asistido a un descenso de la confianza de los ciudadanos en la democracia. Este proceso, vinculado a la crisis económica, ha frenado el ritmo de democratización que vivía el mundo desde hace décadas. Si continua esta tendencia podría ponerse en peligro los axiomas de la Teoría de la Paz Democrática y convertir al mundo en un lugar aun menos pacífico. Para evitar este proceso la democracia debe atender no solo a la dimensión política sino también a la social, convirtiendo a la democracia en un sistema político más sostenible.

Palabras clave


democracia; sostenibilidad; teoría de la paz democrática

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