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Forms of Participation:
*Lobbying is defined as communication with legislators or other government officials to try to
influence their decisions; an attempt to determine what those in power will do; *Used by grass-
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Where Does the Power Rest?
The Federal System
Federalism involves constitutional power-sharing between a national and regional (state) units of government, each having their own jurisdictions.
Course Title: International Economic Relations
Number of credits allocated: 5
Mode of completion: graded course - exam
Language of instruction: English
Level of course and year of study: masters (second cycle), year 1
Prerequisites and co-requisites: basi