reflection assignment 2 on session 18

reflection assignment 2 on session 18 - Starts of with why...

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Starts of with why and how it’s necessary to study undemocratic regimes, reasons given are the current undemocratic regimes in the world and the rise in the revival on non-democratic rule, the former ones and their influence on politics as a whole, to compare with democratic regimes The modern from of non-democratic regimes combines dictatorship by an organization (normally military or political) with a claim to be committed to democracy. The claim takes different forms e.g referendums etc but it’s all a front. Power is undemocratically taken by the organization. This was started by napoleon Bonaparte. Then there was dictatorship by a political party supported by ideology e.g communist party and fascism. African “one party states” are examples of another kind of dictatorship by political parties, this was followed by military dictactorships in the 60s and the 70s. Difference between military and party dictatorships: military more likely to seize rather than misappropriate power. In military, discontent within the ruling
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This note was uploaded on 04/13/2011 for the course POL 100 taught by Professor Rasulbakshrais during the Spring '11 term at Lahore University of Management Sciences.

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