Political Systems

In political science, a political system means the type of political organization that can be recognized, observed or otherwise declared by a state. It defines the process for making official government decisions. It usually comprizes the governmental legal and economic system, social and cultural system, and other state and government specific systems. However, this is a very simplified view of a much more complex system of categories involving the questions of who should have authority and what the government influence on its people and economy should be. The main types of political systems recognized are democracies, totalitarian regimes and, sitting …

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PARI: The CounterMedia Trust · 10 September 2020 English

Oxfam International published Power, profits and the pandemic – a paper written by the organisation’s researchers Uwe Gneiting, Nicholas Lusiani, and Irit Tamir – on September 10, 2020.It has been …

sustainability commitments. They are made possible by political systems vulnerable to corporate influence and capture


LC: Library of Congress · 1 January 2020 English

explaining how different means of resistance arise. Using the distinctly different contexts and political systems of Brazil and India highlights the importance of local context for resistance. For example,


LC: Library of Congress · 2019 English

"Dialogue report" Includes bibliographical references. Title from PDF file as viewed on 01/03/2020.

public interest because somehow in certain political systems for example the voice and the pressure from


LC: Library of Congress · 2019 English

"WP-2019-033." Includes statistical tables. Includes bibliographical references (pages 41-48). Description based on online resource; title from PDF title page (viewed June 01, 2020).

system (Persson and Tabellini 2004). Legal and political systems can in turn shape the trajectory of economic


LC: Library of Congress · 2019 English

Includes bibliographical references. Title from PDF file as viewed on 08/20/2019.

Emirate” as two different and irreconcilable political systems?  Is it possible to accommodate/reintegrate Emirate” as two different and irreconcilable political systems? Interrogating this question will not only rigid…They are not familiar with modern political systems. They totally reject the presidency and the the fault line is between two different political systems and even two different ways of life: The


LC: Library of Congress · 2019 English

Includes bibliographical references. Title from PDF file as viewed on 08/20/2019.

Critique of National Debates on Alternative Political Systems in Afghanistan by Zalmi Nishat, M. Irfani


LC: Library of Congress · 2018 English

"December 2018" "Issues paper" "Funded by and through partnership with USIP". Includes bibliographical references. Title from PDF file as viewed on 08/20/2019.

emerge.12 The study of decentralized form of political systems belongs to the field of constitutional law emoves the possibility of  decentralized political systems (such as federal, confederal, local autonomy decentralized administrative system, as many unitary political systems do; however, prescribing a collective identity


LC: Library of Congress · 2018 English

Includes bibliographical references. Title from PDF file as viewed on 08/20/2019.

divergent opinions and ideas on the types of political systems, prospects of peace process with the Taliban


LC: Library of Congress · 1 January 2017 English

Includes bibliographical references and index. Description based on print version record; resource not viewed.

(temporally and psychologically) within the various political systems, monarchic and republican, and time periods


LC: Library of Congress · 1 January 2017 English

"Publication code 1721E". Includes bibliographical references (pages 40-41). Title from PDF file as viewed on 1/31/2017.

social policy decision-making powers.13” Political systems based on the separation of powers distribute


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