Final Study Guide
Final Study Guide PSC 1001
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Date Created: 02/08/15
Rise of illiberal democracy A lot of post cold war democracies that mimic democracy have elections and constitutions but fail to protect civil liberties or have unfair elections The political economy of state formation in the Arab middle east rentier states economic reform and democratization A rentier state have abundance of natural resources that provide main source of revenue on that resource Helps not democratize because citizens not really needed for taxation so not given representation natural resource curse The robustness of authoritarianism in the Middle East states able to put down opposition with force Contain fear the origins and management of ethnic con ict Constitutional design for divided societies consociational power sharing most likely to use parliamentary system so there is representation for minorities Ethnic con ict management for policymakers centripetal centralized power to unify different groups Personal and monarchical rule Saudi Arabia Military rule Egypt or Pakistan on and off One part rule China or USSR Theocracy Iran or Vatican llliberal regime Russia or Egypt Three ways nondemocratic regime s maintain control Coercion force Cooption money Cult of personality
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