Regional experts have long noted the surprising rate of
democratization in the Caribbean. Ten out of the twelve
English-speaking Caribbean island-states -- among a total of
sixteen independent Caribbean nations -- have maintained relatively
stable democracies since independence, a better rate of success
than that of Latin America. In Democracy In The Caribbean sixteen
Caribbean area specialists offer both global and regional
perspectives in an effort to explain why this is so.
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