By Marco Rimanelli (eds.)
Read Online or Download Comparative Democratization and Peaceful Change in Single-Party-Dominant Countries PDF
Best comparative politics books
Heroic Defeats is a comparative research of ways unions and companies have interaction while financial conditions require large task loss. utilizing uncomplicated video game thought to generate testable propositions approximately whilst those occasions will lead to business clash, Professor Golden illustrates the speculation in a number of events among 1950 and 1985 in Japan, Italy, and Britain.
Offers a brand new standpoint at the carrying on with debate approximately how liberalism will be outlined and what it potential incountries with a longtime parliamentary procedure, fairly within the democricies of important and jap Europe.
This examine makes an attempt to appreciate the advanced transition from so-called "Old correct" to "New correct" or "New Labour," and locates many of the roots of the latter within the complexity, tensions, and fragmentation of the previous through the "lean" years of social democracy within the Seventies. The research addresses either the fast- and long term implications of the rising ideological, organizational, and political complexity and divisions of the parliamentary Labour correct and Labour revisionism, formerly hid in the loosely adhesive post-war framework of Keynesian reformist social democracy.
Starts off via introducing the origins and historic improvement of the ecu neighborhood after which progresses to supply an research of the powers, impression and functioning of its central associations and political actors in addition to analysing its coverage pursuits and strategies.
- The Rebirth of Europe: Second Edition , 2nd Edition
- Of Paradise and Power: America and Europe in the New World Order
- Belonging, Solidarity and Expansion in Social Policy
- Communism in India: Events, Processes and Ideologies
- Democracy and Military Force
- The Political Economy of Drugs in the Caribbean (International Political Economy Series)
Additional resources for Comparative Democratization and Peaceful Change in Single-Party-Dominant Countries
Long excluded from the political fabric by both the Liberal and Fascist states, the Church exploited Fascism’s collapse to replace the state as the country’s chief sociomoral guide, while using the DC for outright political influence. 13 Soon the Vatican-backed DC monopolized the Catholic vote and national politics. Since the resistance, the DC kept alive the difficult political cooperation among the ideologically opposed democratic components of the Politcal Immobilism, Clientelism, Collapse, and Renewal • 39 wartime anti-Fascist coalition so as to jointly promote a post-war “institutional” democratic break with Italy’s disreputable Fascist and Savoyard pasts.
But this policy, rather than destroying the fragile new state, turned into a “God-send” for the nationalist LiberalConservative rulers and Radical-Republican opposition who controlled half of the country. United behind their common anti-clericalism, the two groups could now mold the new Italy without compromising with a powerful, national Catholic party until 1913 (a paralyzing political force in France under Napoleon III in 1848–70, and a besieged rival in Bismarckian Germany in 1870–90s). The “Old Right” successfully absorbed less organized rival factions thanks to a restrictive electoral suffrage favoring the upper middle class.
5 Abroad, Italy’s economic-colonial rivalry with France and her politicomilitary fragility led her to join the Triple Alliance with Germany and 30 • Marco Rimanelli Austria-Hungary (1881–1914), while British friendship and hegemony over the Mediterranean assured Italy’s maritime and trade security as well as the opportunity to slowly expand her colonies in Africa. But by 1896–1911, domestic opposition to these new colonial conquests (Eritrea, Somalia, Ethiopia, Libya) and the radicalization of the northern industrial working class in the radical Socialist Party exploded in widespread anti-governmental demonstrations, once strong-man Premier Francesco Crispi fell on the twin horns of the humiliating colonial disaster of Adua (which halted the conquest of Ethiopia) and the 1896 Banca Romana Scandal (which exposed nationwide patronage and political-industrial collusion).