Comparative politics: domestic responses to global challenges

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West Pub., 1997 - Political Science - 534 pages
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Discover the extraordinary diversity of the ever-changing politics of the world when you compare twelve distinctly different countries' political systems using contemporary themes of conflict, democratization, economic liberalization, globalization, and challenges. You'll realize just how politics around the globe have implications for all of us.

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PART TWO Liberal Democracies

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Charles "Chip" Hauss wears three professional hats: adjunct professor in the Department of Public and International Affairs at George Mason University in Fairfax, Virginia; author of books on conflict resolution, comparative politics, and international relations; and Director of Policy and Research at Search for Common Ground USA. Before joining the faculty at George Mason in 1993, Hauss received his BA from Oberlin College and his MA and PhD from The University of Michigan. He then spent 1975 to 1992 at Colby College in Waterville, Maine. From 1995 to 1998, he was Visiting Professor at Reading University in the United Kingdom. Hauss has taught a variety of courses in comparative politics, international relations, and peace studies. Geographically, he is most interested in Western Europe, the United States, and the former Soviet Union. Substantively, his teaching has concentrated on how societies implement large-scale social and political change in a nonviolent manner. He includes active use of the Internet in all of his teaching and is the author of seven books. COMPARATIVE POLITICS is one of the most widely used textbooks in the field. INTERNATIONAL CONFLICT RESOLUTION was published in July 2001. BEYOND CONFRONTATION (1996) explores the need for and possibility of cooperative conflict resolution. In addition, he has written two books on French politics, one on the new left of the 1960s/1970s and the other on the first quarter century of Gaullist rule. He also has translated Bernard Chavance's THE TRANSFORMATION OF COMMUNIST SYSTEMS from French into English.

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