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Global Values as the Main Factor for Membership in the Commonwealth of Nations

Student: Vladimir Dyomin

Supervisor: Nina Y. Belyaeva

Faculty: Faculty of Social Sciences

Educational Programme: Political Analysis and Public Policy (Master)

Year of Graduation: 2017

Commonwealth of Nations is one of the major international organizations in the world, compared to other similar organizations it have strong bonds based on the shared values, language, cultural ties and colonial past. Despite this , there are still countries who were never part of the British empire and which are eager to join this organization. However, joining to the Commonwealth requires specific rules and principles to be followed, violations of those can cause suspension. The present study will emphasis on the role of the global values of the Commonwealth and their transition to the actual democratic practice. This study also explores current problems of the Commonwealth, namely lack of the leadership, clash of interests and suggested effects which will bring Brexit.

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