Democracy is a kind of political structure of the state, with political Installations which is exercised by the people of a state through elections and which is chosen by the people of state named mediator. Development of democracy directs us upon to the beginning of history of democracy created as a governmental form in ancient Greece. Despite the enormous time has been past since Athenian democracy is still a matter of great interest because it is in the Athenian democracy, every citizen had...
Principles And Procedures That Hinder the President's Ability to Address National Issues. The aim of political science as a subject is to analyze and understand the system that shapes the way people do their activities and express their opinions. The government is the fundamental unit of politics because it has the final say on issues (e.g. law, taxes and health) of a country. In America, political science is a scrutiny of political activities and establishments in the US (i.e. United...
"Together, all international actors and their interactions with one another form an international system" (Papp, 2002). Ironically, international system itself is also a very important body that greatly influences the behaviors and interactions of its creators, especially the states. There is no single global system that dominates the history of mankind. This system always evolves as the realm of power shifts together with the changing in the way that power is demonstrated....
Wallerstein (1930- present) explores contemporary political dichotomies: that of the United Stated of America with Japan and the European Union (triad); North-South: the north versus underdeveloped countries in global south: Brazil, Argentina, etc. and the Davos-Porto Alegre cleavage. To begin with, Wallerstein submits that the relationship between the United States of America, the European Union and Japan is characterized with military and economic competition. He holds the view that the...
Contemporary academic research concerned with analysing institutions and policy often alludes to the presence and significance of complex, cross-cutting policy challenges. Complexity is a term understood to refer to the variety of different kinds of knowledge and values dispersed across society. With the significant recent turn away from positivism in political analysis, we have seen a strong recognition of the plurality of contestable perspectives in terms of which complex policy issues might...
According to Mills (1956: 363), understanding the middle classes it is not something much difficult, but understanding the very top of modern society requests discovery and description. This is very difficult task, because they are generally inaccessible, busy and reserved. It is always difficult to get information about their backgrounds, their characters and their activities. It is very clear that every society is divided into minority rules and majority is ruled in large collectivities...
The topic of outsourcing has many different viewpoints; depending on one's social status, career, and country, one could have a positive opinion on it, or one could have a negative opinion on it. Determining if outsourcing is a beneficial or detrimental concept is not a simple black and white argument; there are many different impacts and effects that need to be evaluated and compared in order to have a complete understanding of the value of outsourcing. These include both local and global...
There is not a secret that EU is the largest importers of oil, gas and coal, and a major player on the international energy market. Therefore, it remains a dwarf on the political stage as member states keep the upper hand on foreign policy. With external dependence on imports forecast to grow steadily, the EU has started to integrate energy aspects into relations with third countries. EurActiv brings an overview of relations with key regions for supply and transit. Oil and gas reserves are...
The question "Who governs beyond the nation state?" can not be answered by simply naming specific actors. Moreover, this question must be seen in a close connection to the transformation of the state, especially in the context of the internationalization of nations and multi-level governance. The abundance of literature available about this complex of themes has been mainly developed during the nineties of the past century (Jachtenfuchs, 2003, p. 495). A closer inquiry on this topic...
Chile and Argentina are the countries which share their boundaries, have the same official language (Spanish), and they do have the very similar political history. In both countries, they have been under the authoritarian system, and now the democratic systems are very much enforced in their political systems. As they do have very common things, it will be very interesting to have a close look at the difference between these two countries' political systems. As many countries are changing to...