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Towards Responsible Democratic Government: Executive Powers and Constitutional Practice in Tanzania 1962-1992.
With independence in 1961, the British system of Parliamentary government, incorporating the principle of responsible government, was formally adopted in Tanzania. But within only one year that system was discarded first, by adopting a Republican Constitution with an executive President in 1962, and...
The ‘consulta popular’ in Colombia: an example of a simple and effective adaptation of a primary mechanism
The primary system in Colombia from the 1990 presidential election comes into play in a specific political context. Since the end of the ‘national front’, which allowed the Liberal and the Conservative Party to succeed in power, the balance of Colombian bipartism has indeed broken in favour of the l...
Predatory innovation in high-tech markets : analysis in European and American antitrust law
Innovation is often discussed in antitrust law. Predatory innovation is less considered. Perhaps it is because predatory innovation is considered euphemistic: innovation is generally seen as being predatory by nature insofar as its objective is the creation or improvement of an existing product in o...
Parties and politics in Turkey
This chapter discusses the role played by political parties in contemporary Turkey, viewed through the main debates and approaches to parties and politics and an understanding of relations between people and the state. Parties are routinely said to be at the core of political life in Turkey, and hav...
Free-party: the negative radiation of the sign
‘titrebSummary’/titreb A simple question: why do the ravers — or as they call themselves the “teufers” — all wear military clothing and workers? What is the function of such a sign and what would they try to do with that sign? We believe that they are diverting into a kind of “agonistic” game or a s...
The mobilisations of the French literary forerunner in May 1968: political capital, literary capital and crisis conditions
Based on the case of the mobilisation of the literary forerunner in May-June 1968, the article addresses the problem of political capital volatility in times of crisis. It shows that the positions taken by leading writers during the crisis and the variations in their political capital are the produc...
The EU and China in African Authoritarian Regimes: Domestic Politics and Governance Reforms
This open access book analyses the domestic politics of African dominant party regimes, most notably African governments’ survival strategies, to explain their variance of opinions and responses towards the reforming policies of the EU. The author discredits the widespread assumption that the growin...
Edvard Beneš and the end of Austrian-Hungary
The question of the end of the passionate empires of historians from Edward Gibbon’s work on the history of decadence and the fall of the Roman Empire at the end of the 18th century until the trial of Jean-Baptiste Duroselle, Tout empire will pervade. Surprise effects remain dominant (how to explain...
The Radical Right’s Politics of Economic Nationalism The Radical Right’s Politics of Economic Nationalism: A comparison between the French Front National (FN) and the Swiss People’s party (SVP)
International audience This article sets out to explore the socio-economic positions of Western European radical right-wing parties, with a specific focus on how those parties’ social and economic policies relate to their nationalist agenda. The current literature on the political economy of the rad...
Dominant African parties : a historical sociology of the PDG in Gabon and the RPT in Togo
To understand the domination and the grip on power of some political parties in sub-Saharan Africa, we must go beyond the classic labeling and have a deeper look at how they function in practice. In this regard, this thesis, which is based on an ethnographic survey carried out in several localities...
Partisan organisation and exercise of power in Russia of Putin: the paradox of the manufacturing of Unie Russia (2001-2012)
This thesis seeks to question the challenges and modalities of building a political majority in Russia from the 2000s, after a decade marked by the weakness of the central executive and the fragmentation of political supply. Created in 2001 to support Vladimir Putin, the situation of the united Russ...
The Turkish Foyers and the Turks from the outside
In the second half of the 19th century, nationalist movements in the multi-ethnic Ottoman Empire have increased. As the ‘millet’ system can no longer address this challenge, the Turks, as the ‘dominant millet’, will be the last to take over a purely nationalist ideal. With the arrival of the Union a...
The fear of learning the theme of public education funding in the Brazilian Curriculum:
Public Educational Finance is an area of power dispute, in which the weaker party is that of the funded ones. In the current Brazilian scenario of a financial downturn announced, there is an urgent need to reflect on the issues surrounding the issue, otherwise there is a risk of a loss of financial...
Elections 2008 au Ghana : esquisse de géographie électorale, entre permanences et recompositions
The 2008 elections in Ghana reflect the democratic health of a country that has opted for an exemplary political change-over. Two trends shape the electoral geography that arises from the votes: the upholding of the ethno-regional bastions of the two dominant parties, and the swing of four regions t...
Vacant land and urban sprawl at the periphery of the Plata Party
The aim of this article is to provide a comprehensive overview of the problem of vacant land in the Plata Party, introducing analytical variables that account for the characteristics of the urban sprawl process on the outskirts of the city. The methodology adopted identifies the vacant land in the s...
Partisipasi Politik Perempuan pada Partai Keadilan Sejahtera Kota Medan
Participation is one of the fundamental aspects in the course of the Democratic administration. In this study, the Women's Political Participation in the Prosperous Justice Party (PKS) is quite high. It can be seen from their involvement in the management of the party. But the discussion of women's...
The Money that Never Sleeps: Bureaucratic Movement and Vote Buying Dynamics in Bolaang Mongondow, North Sulawesi
Financial gifts have been an important, albeit not the only, factor in gathering voter support during regional elections in Indonesia. This article seeks to explore the 'dawn attacks' (serangan fajar) of vote buying in Bolaang Mongondow Regency, a practice that is socially required to gain votes dur...
Da Carta de Princípios (1979) à Carta ao povo brasileiro (2002): variações ethicas do Partido dos Trabalhadores / From the Charter of Principles (1979) to the Letter Adressed to Brazilian People (2002): ethical variations of the Worker’s Party
Resumo: O Partido dos Trabalhadores (PT), no Brasil, tem sido estudado por diversos historiadores e cientistas sociais, além de ser avaliado constantemente pelas mídias e pelo senso comum quanto a mudanças de postura político-discursivas ao longo de sua existência. Neste artigo, temos como objetivo...
The Populist Conception of Democracy beyond Popular Sovereignty
With populist parties making electoral progress across the European continent, the question of what their electoral success means for contemporary democratic systems has gained increasing significance. This article investigates how two populist radical right parties, the Austrian FPÖ and the Dutch P...
Customary Law of Larwul Ngabal in the Implementation of Regional Autonomy in North Moluccas
The Kei Islands of Southeast Moluccas, like other parts of Indonesia, have a customary order and cultural diversity. The values of local wisdom existing in the Kei community, which is contained in the customary law of Larwul Ngabal, is a very important cultural social capital in the social integrati...
The paradoxes of democracy: dominant party, government and political networks in Mexico City
Based on a theoretical-methodological approach which served as the groundwork for an empirical study carried out from 2009 to 2012 in Mexico City, this article addresses the underlying political processes that sustain the power of the Partido de la Revolución Democrática (prd). These political meth...
Social Issues in the Liberal Political Thought of Great Britain in the Interwar Period
The article covers a number of social issues in the works of British Liberal theorists of the first half of the 20th century. The author’s objective is to analyze the peculiarities of the social concepts formation and evolution in British Liberal political thought in the context of the United Kingdo...
Praetor does not protect cowards: About the dual character of duress in the Roman and modern domestic law
It has not been written much about duress on the national level, which, in our legal system is the institution of private and public law, as defined by the Law of Obligations and the Criminal Code of the Republic of Serbia. The subject of this paper is an attempt to highlight and analyze one of the...
Comparative Party System Analysis in Central and Eastern Europe: the Case of the Baltic States
The nature of the party systems in Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) has puzzled many scholars. High instability of the party systems and their specific evolution makes the application of theoretical models designed predominately for Western European party politics problematic. The paper puts forward...
Analyzing and Explaining the Relationship between University Field and the Legitimate Tastes of Tehran's Theater Audience
<strong>Introduction</strong> <br />The field of action of the spectator covers a broad range, from the simple act of buying a ticket to decoding and interpreting the performative text. Because of the live nature of theater, audience is of greater importance in theater as it is one of the few arts i...