By Robert Hislope
This stimulating and available advent to comparative politics bargains a clean point of view at the basics of political technological know-how. Its relevant subject is the iconic political value of the fashionable country regardless of serious demanding situations to its sovereignty. There are 3 major sections to the publication. the 1st lines the origins and which means of the kingdom and proceeds to discover its dating to the perform of politics. the second one examines how states are ruled and compares styles of governance present in the 2 significant regime kinds on the planet at the present time, democracy and authoritarianism. The final part discusses numerous modern demanding situations - globalization, ethnic nationalism, terrorism, and arranged crime - to country sovereignty. Designed to entice scholars and professors alike, this vigorous textual content engages readers because it strains states' struggles opposed to the jointly reinforcing pressures of world financial and political interdependence, fragmented identities and secessionism, transnational felony networks, and terrorism.
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