Comparative Politics in Transition
Intended as an textbook for an introductory course in comparative politics, this work provides a non-Eurocentric introduction to the political systems around the world. Maps, focuses boxes, biographical boxes and Web sites listings provide information on the people and places that highlight each chapter as well as resources for further information.
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What Is Comparative Politics?
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Africa American Arab argued became biggest Boris Yeltsin Britain British bureaucracy cabinet candidates capital central century changes China Chinese civilian coalition colonialism Communist comparative politics Congress constitution countries coup Court CPSU created democratic Deng Xiaoping dominated economic Egypt Egyptian elections electoral elite emerged ethnic European European Union exports factions federal foreign policy Gandhi global Gorbachev growth Hosni Mubarak House of Councillors independence India industry influence interest groups investment Islamic Japan labor LDCs leaders leadership legislature Lenin liberal democracies major Marx ment Mexican Mexico Mikhail Gorbachev military million monarch Muslim Nasser newly industrializing country NICs Nigeria nomic opposition Parliament percent political parties political system population president presidential Press prime minister problems reform regional Republic revolution role rule Russia Sadat seats social socialist society Soviet tion trade traditional Union United USSR vote voters Western Yeltsin