This book is organized into four sections. The first discusses the necessity of involvement from among the epistemic communities in democratization not only for optimizing the process of democratization but also for formulating the proper model of democracy compatible to Indonesia. The second explores deeply the efforts in constructing a newly welfare-based democracy model and explains the power relations operated in the logics of welfare and democracy. Furthermore, this book provides initial identifications to set up new democracy assessment models that are aware of environmental dimensions. The explanation is closed by the conclusive statement and reflections of the overall studies on power, welfare, and democracy.