DOMINICAN REPUBLIC IN DEFENSE OF THE DEMOCRATIC SECURITY IN LATIN AMERICA AND THE CARIBBEAN 2000-2010 (PART ONE)
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The focus of this research relates to the democratic security in Latin America and the Caribbean, and what role did the Dominican Republic in democratic defense. One of the elements that stand out ...
The focus of this research relates to the democratic security in Latin America and the Caribbean, and what role did the Dominican Republic in democratic defense. One of the elements that stand out are: how democracy arises from its beginnings until today. The independence of the United States and the French Revolution in the years 1776 and 1784 respectively mark the beginning of democracy in Latin America and the Caribbean, which transcended independence struggles across the region sustained the liberality of the States. The incidence of the Dominican Republic in defense of democratic security in Latin America and the Caribbean, is manifested in the political life of the Caribbean nation. After independence in 1844, its ideologues sought to create a free and sovereign democratic state based on a current. It is from the ideals of Juan Pablo Duarte, that democracy is part of the Dominican political system that has managed to face all kinds of foreign interference, authoritarian rule that for decades were directing the destinies of the country and that in the end there is a manifest a scenario of over thirty years in the defense of the democratic security of the nation by the different political movements that affect the Dominican people. Democracy in Latin America and the Caribbean, has had a level of acceptance among its inhabitants, those actions in the pursuit of development of the people, a government that guarantees the rights of citizens, and the promotion of human development predominates, the capabilities of States to transform and take place in public policy, political, economic and cultural order, can not be supported by the majority, nor called champion of democracy. Democratic security in the region are based on inclusive policies character among all states seeking to agree through international relations, international conventions and treaties that seek to maintain regional security and peace, away from threats which have traditionally staked political stability in the region. To consider the existence of a democratic security, have been absent from the political stage coups, dictatorships and internal armed conflicts. Even with the opening of political ideas, geopolitics, and international linkages, governed by various bodies such as the OAS and the UN, as well as other political, cultural and economic, impact heavily upon the permanence of democracy in all Latin American and the Caribbean.
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