Comparative Politics: An Institutional and Cross-national Approach
Focusing on political institutions and nation state, this book examines various structures in the political environment such as constitutional frameworks, legislatures, executives, judicial systems, electoral structures and political parties. It uses eight countries as examples.
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The Political System
Written and Unwritten Constitutions
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