America's controversies : the death penalty, Clinton's presidency, and the export of democracy to Nicaragua

America's Controversies
The book is about the death penalty and its use in the most developed, civilized, and democratic country in the world: America. It is also about the legacy of President Clinton and the American way of promoting democracy in Nicaragua.
Publication Year: 
2006

Arsic, Ksenija

Ksenija Arsic was born in Smederevo, Serbia, in 1961, and has more than twelve years experience as a journalist, researcher, and writer. She received her bachelor’s degree in political science from the University of Belgrade in Serbia. While living in Serbia, she worked as a radio journalist for Radio Smederevo, covering, writing, and producing a variety of assignments on special topics. She pursued a master’s degree in political science at the University of Guelph. Arsic presently lives with her family in Guelph.