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In country X, a fascist dictatorship, oppressive legal measures are used to deny people basic freedoms. In country Y, a liberal democracy, the legal system upholds capitalism and human rights.From the perspective of the POSTMODERN FEMINISM consider whether a legal system may be said to be anything more than a reflection of political power.Modern political thought can be applied to any number of institutions, communities and situations in contemporary society because of the different range of...
Despite such successes, it has been asserted that Liberia's peace is still considered 'fragile' (Munive & Jakobsen, 2012; Gariba, 2011; Hazen, 2011). In this light, it is important to consider the challenges that peace-building efforts have been facing throughout the post-conflict period. Have peace-building strategies properly addressed the causes of conflict and the sources of discontent? More importantly, how has the international community, which has spearheaded this agenda, helped to...
Minority vs. Majority Government Depending on who you are both a majority government and a minority government could either make or break the development of your country. A majority government is formed by one party who receives the majority vote over all other parties in the legislature. This government is able to pass legislation, make sure the House of Commons is able to function and can stay in power more easily then a minority government (Storm, 1999). Minority governments are single...
In 2010, the Supreme Court issued its decision in Citizens United vs. Federal Election Commission. Powerful multi-national corporations already exert disproportionate influence in Washington, however, Citizens United intensified the situation. The argument is that the law violating a corporation's right to free speech by restricting the amounts of money to be donated to or spent on political causes and candidates. This assumption is due to an earlier decision by the Supreme Court giving...
Governance of natural resources can be understood as the interactions among structures, processes and traditions that determine how power and responsibilities are exercised, how decisions are taken, and how citizens or other stakeholders have their say in the management of natural resources-including biodiversity conservation. Natural resources are not just valuable economic resources; they're also political and social resources. At all levels: Local, National and International, people compete...
It was difficult, in real life rather than a scientific laboratory, to test for the relative importance of country and system, of institutions and values, of sequence, and of international context. It was particularly difficult to discuss causal relations of this kind in the USSR and Eastern Europe when there was limited access to popular values before the end of communist rule, of a kind that might take it possible to determine if a commitment to democratic principles has preceded or followed...
Ethiopia's aborted democratic experiment on May 2005 underpins the current socio political and economic turmoil in Ethiopia. This paper addresses the significance of free and fair elections in contemporary Ethiopia by raising two critical questions. Does Ethiopia need democratic elections? And how can Ethiopia's new generation be able to address the current socio political stalemate? On May 2005, Ethiopian people's revolutionary democratic front (EPRDF) the current ruling party in Ethiopia was...
According to Hakovirta (online, 1993), the primary cause of refugee flows is violent man-made conflict. Obviously, there is strong evidence to support the correlation between violent conflicts in Third World countries and refugee outflows. Countries like Senegal, Jamaica, and Bhutan that have not had violent conflicts have not produced noticeable numbers of refugees, while most countries that have been involved in very violent conflicts like Bangladesh, Kampuchea, and Afghanistan have been key...
The story begins, when I was ten - year - old boy, attending local primary school. At that time I was already in fourth year of my study. Usually in this stage, children may decide whether to continue studying at primary school for next five years and then go to secondary school or high school, or there is another possibility to apply for secondary grammar school where you carry on studying totally for eight years, the goal of first four years is to get primary school education and next four...
Security is generally referred to as a degree of protection by which states have against danger, criminals or other losses. Security is relative and has to be compared and contrasted with concepts such as reliability, safety and continuity. State security is a condition by which a state can have resistance to harm. Security from an objective point of view is structure's actual measure of resistance to a possible harm. This is rather conceptual in nature than actual. Structural relationships...