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Understand national governments more fully by seeing them within a larger regional context with NATIONS AND GOVERNMENTS: COMPARATIVE POLITICS IN REGIONAL PERSPECTIVE is a unique guide that will allow you to explore the parts of the world that interest you the most! This intriguing text is organized regionally and creates a context in which you can understand the larger picture.
Table of Contents
|Comparative Politics and the Regional Perspective|
|Models, Regimes, and Regions|
|Political Setting: the Western Political Heritage|
|Institutions and Policies: the Triumph of Parliaments and Pluralism|
|Russia and Slavic Europe|
|Political Setting: the Other Europe|
|Institutions and Policies: New Order, Old Disorders|
|Political Setting: Civilizations and Empires|
|Institutions and Policies: Continuity and Change|
|Political Setting: the Spanish Conquest and Its Aftermath|
|Institutions and Policies: Latin America: Caudillos, Coups, and Constitutions|
|The Middle East|
|Political Setting: Politics and Religion|
|Institutions and Policies: Monarchies, Dictatorships, and a Garrison State|
|Political Setting: the Legacy of Colonialism|
|Institutions and Policies: Faltering Dictatorships?|
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