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Chapter 5: Regime Change

by: Anthony Johnson

Chapter 5: Regime Change POL1060

Anthony Johnson
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Intro to Comparative Politics
Joel Wolfe

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Date Created: 10/03/15
Chapter 5 Regime Change Historical Trends 0 Help us to understand the causes of regime change 0 World has experience 3 waves of democratization o Followed by two quotreverse wavesquot 0 Refer to the charts for the exact period Domestic Causes of Regime Change 0 The Civic Culture cultural disposition 0 Elements of Culture Civic engagement Political equality SoHdar y 0 Measuring Civil Culture Attitude towards participation Active support v passive avoidance 0 Problems with the Civil Culture Argument Problems distinguishing between goodbad Establishment of quotbadquot social engagement eg local PTA vs KKK Economics Change and Class Con ict 0 Changing to democracy depends on emergence of a sizable middle class and weakened wealthy elite 0 UK Sweden and Holland as prime examples of this shift 0 Spanish and German growth supported nondemocracy Military in Germany Church in Spain China 0 Economic Change and Cultural Change 0 Modernization and Regime Change Modernization Theory 0 Resource Curse Economics growth that relies on only one valuable resource may have problematic political consequences 0 The Role of the Military 0 Military coup Qadda overthrew Libya39s monarchy in 1969 PM Shinawatra of Thailand fell in 2006 Pinochet overthrows Allende of Chile in 1973 Egyptian Revolution in 2011 Civilian rule in Costa Rice due to weak military and elite International Causes of Regime Change US Foreign Policy bipolar unipolar multipolar IR system Soviet Foreign Policy 0 PostWWII puppet regimes in Eastern Europe 0 Support for communist regimes Vietnam 0 Collapse of USSR 0 Russian invasion of Georgia and Crimea Changes in the Catholic Church In uential global nonstate actor mainly in Europe and Latin


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