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Between Authoritarianism and Democracy. Vol. 3, Serbia at the Political Crossroads
|Statement||Dragica Vujadinović ; edited by Dragica Vujadinović and Vladimir Goati|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||302 p. :|
|Number of Pages||302|
argue that the best way to explain state of democracy in Serbia today is to focus on the type of political regime. This is a book on Serbia. Yet, by using Serbia as an example, the book fills in several critical gaps and addresses several theoretical concepts used in the literature of democratic consolidation. These included all the major countries on all continents. 3) Relationship between state authoritarianism and authoritarian attitudes — the state authoritarianism score was related to the previously developed estimate of authoritarianism levels in 32 countries. Surprisingly, both were highly correlated.
Authoritarianism to Democracy / BY WtODZIMIERZ WESOLOWSKI Ihere are two ways in which the relationship between the state and society is perceived in theoretical discussion. Both ways combine theoretical and axiological elements, so they can be called "philosophies of state power." One is authoritarian, the other democratic. This two-volume book considers from a risk perspective the current phenomenon of the new Alt-Right authoritarianism and whether it represents ‘real’ democracy or an unacceptable hegemony potentially resulting in elected dictatorships and abuses as well as dysfunctional government.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: x, pages ; 24 cm. Contents: The Newer democracies: from the time of triumph to the time of troubles --The Transition toward democracy in a developing country: the case of Argentina --The Rise of public legitimation in the Soviet Union and Eastern Europe --China at the crossroads: between democracy. However, the most powerful and prevalent world powers have all had one of the major types of government, democracy, communism or authoritarianism. All are very different in how they try to achieve the same goal of ruling over a group of people.
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Authoritarian regimes may be either autocratic or oligarchic in nature and may be based upon the rule of a party or the military. In an influential work, the political. "Democracy and Authoritarianism in the Postcommunist World surveys the waves of democratizing movements across the postcommunist region subsequent to the period to raise critical questions about the sources of regime change, among them popular protest and mobilization, opposition cohesiveness, the diffusion of organizational tactics, and the influence of external actors.
emocracy and authoritarianism are to some extent opposing forms of government. On Serbia at the Political Crossroads book one hand, democracy is the form of government in which, through the vote of the citizens, its representatives are elected, who will defend their ideals and interests.
Theoretically, in a “pure” democracy, the majority can not be limited in any way and should always be able to impose itself.
How democracies slide into authoritarianism gain him lasting literary and political relevance. serve as a weapon in the arsenal of democracy, writing that “this book Author: Charles Edel. struggle between parliamentary government and authoritarianism.
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Democracy and Authoritarianism in Peru stresses how recent changes in the class structure - particularly the informalization of the economy - created social conditions unfavorable to stable political coalitions in Peru. However, it also traces the mechanisms through which democracy has been undermined by exploring the choices and strategies of.
Framework (book I), Civil Society and Political Culture (book II), and Serbia at the Political Crossroads (book III). Th e introductory text for the fi rst book was “Between Authoritarianism and Democracy – Transitional processes in Serbia, Montenegro and Croatia”, and for the third book.
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Authoritarianism and the Elite Origins of Democracy systematically documents and analyzes the constitutional tools that outgoing authoritarian elites use to accomplish these ends, such as electoral system design, legislative appointments, federalism, legal immunities, constitutional tribunal design, and supermajority thresholds for change.
This article reviews the burgeoning literature on democratic authoritarianism, which examines two related but distinct questions: why authoritarian regimes adopt institutions conventionally associated with democracy, and how these institutions strengthen authoritarian regimes and forestall democratization.
The literature suggests that authoritarian regimes adopt and utilize nominally. Democracy's greatest challenge is to demonstrate that what may ultimately emerge from the process of transitioning from authoritarianism to democracy is a fully functional, truly representative political system that improves living standards, raises incomes, and reduces poverty.
That is a reasonable definition of success. In fact, the competition between democracy and authoritarianism suf-fuses virtually every aspect of modern great-power rivalry. It feeds the antagonisms between America and its competitors by undermining trust, complicating compromise and fostering irreconcilable views of interna-tional order.
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Authoritarianism and the Military in Modern Asia. Differences and Similarities between Liberal Democracy, Totalitarianism and Authoritarianism. The table above–which I have reproduced from Table (p. 39) of their book–shows average levels of authoritarianism by descriptive characteristics that, taken together, produce a.
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Publications, Books. This book argues that - in terms of institutional design, the allocation of power and privilege, and the lived experiences of citizens - democracy often does not restart the political game after displacing authoritarianism.
Democratic institutions are frequently designed by the outgoing authoritarian regime to shield incumbent elites from the rule of law and give them an. Robust authoritarian governments are better placed than democratic governments to implement unpopular reforms effectively, so it might seem that they have a better chance of tackling human induced climatic and environmental deterioration.
The fact that it is easier for authoritarian governments to implement unpopular policies can perhaps be illustrated by China’s one-child policy .This volume brings together a distinguished group of scholars working on Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union to examine in depth three waves of democratic change that took place in eleven different former Communist nations.
Its essays draw important conclusions about the rise, development, and breakdown of both democracy and dictatorship in each country and together.