Globalisation has been an important factor in accelerating democracy’s growth in recent decades. In this globalised world, rapid development and global proliferation of new technologies and telecommunications, and integration of the world economy through trade and investment, have increased the role and power of regional and global institutions (Cheema and Maguire, 2004). This promoted and strengthened the spread of democracy while also providing the leverage for good governance. Globalisation impacts on the mode of governance that a country operates either as a symbol of universality or for uniformity. This unstoppable trend has homogenised governance on a global scale while depicting authoritarianism as unproductive political modernity.
Arowolo, Dare and Aluko, Folorunso
"Globalisation, Good Governance And Democracy: The Interface,"
Academic Leadership Journal: Vol. 8
, Article 19.
Available at: http://scholars.fhsu.edu/alj/vol8/iss3/19