The international community should rethink the applicability in the short run of some of the high principles that guide its demands, and accept instead the basic lesson of democracy: democratic governments succeed and indeed only survive when they strike a compromise between what they should do ideally and what their constituencies demand.
Research Article| November 01 2001
Croatia's Second Transition and the International Community
Current History (2001) 100 (649): 375–380.
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Marina Ottaway, Gideon Maltz; Croatia's Second Transition and the International Community. Current History 1 November 2001; 100 (649): 375–380. doi: https://doi.org/10.1525/curh.2001.100.649.375
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