Please provide 2 to 2 1/2 pages.
How does globalization affect democracy?
1. Use statistical evidence to support your position
2. Examine the major strengths and major weaknesses.
3. Identify the stakeholders.
4. Evaluate the effectiveness of two (2) possible solutions and suggest two (2) courses of action.
5. Provide at least three (4) reliable, relevant, peer-reviewed references (no more than one  used previously), published within the last five (5) years that support the presentation's claims.
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How globalization affects democracy?
The debate regarding how globalization impacts democracy has been ongoing for many decades as many scholars and research literature has dictated that a globalization has a negative impact on democracy while others believe that globalization positively impacts democracy. Proponents of the view that globalization promotes and strengthens democracy support their opinions with the evidence that the ability of globalization to fragment the political power of entrenched elites through open markets assists in strengthening the rule of law while subsequently spreading democratic values. Opponents of this view ...
International public administration is examined. Statistical evidence to support their position is provided.