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  • favor
  • Business men of these nationalities frequently support their respective fascisms simply because they must trade with Germany or Italy and need the favor of these governments for their business, or they are afraid of boycotts, etc. (thirdworldtraveler.com)
  • In contrast, most of those who have shaped American foreign policy have been professional politicians, accustomed to thinking of individual recognition, career progress, and personal income in connection with party favor and victory at the polls. (encyclopedia.com)
  • 1992
  • Other major questions involved additional effects of the Single European Market of 1992, and whether certain issues of public policy should be decided by national governments or jointly within the European Community. (umich.edu)
  • Until 1992 parties needed only 1 percent of the votes to win a seat, and the result of this system was the presence of numerous small parties. (encyclopedia.com)
  • When the threshold was raised to 1.5 percent in 1992, the number of parties dropped markedly. (encyclopedia.com)
  • Zhvania joined the UGC in 1992, entering the Georgian parliament in the same year, and recruited other reformists to the party, notably Mikheil Saakashvili . (wikipedia.org)
  • clout
  • Yossi Shain, who heads the department of diplomacy at Tel Aviv University, says religious battles like this one will get worse as the Haredi population gets larger and its political clout grows. (wuky.org)
  • Rural areas hold political clout well beyond their numbers, winning regularly on the issues and in the division of tax dollars. (kansascity.com)
  • President's
  • So also with secretaries of state and defense, at least until the last few decades, when these offices have usually been held by nonpoliticians (who, of course, are bound to the president's political positions). (encyclopedia.com)
  • reserved seats
  • IPU also recommends to align the minimum age for parliamentary candidacies with the minimum voting age and to establish youth quotas (e.g. reserved seats, legislated quotas, party quotas) as a means of increasing the number of young MPs. (iknowpolitics.org)
  • politician
  • The politician who preferred losing his job to going against the party decision, regardless of the fact that he had to disobey a Supreme Court order in the process, which eventually led to his disqualification as member of the National Assembly. (dawn.com)
  • The roles as a 'migrant politician' can offer an inroad to politics, but can, in the long run, also become an obstacle for a continued political career. (thelocal.se)
  • dismiss
  • The Knesset chooses the prime minister , the cabinet, and the symbolically important president of the state, and it can dismiss the government through a no-confidence vote. (encyclopedia.com)
  • Pundits who dismiss the idea of Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan running for the 2020 Republican presidential nomination make an assumption - that Donald Trump will still be in office a year from now. (baltimoresun.com)
  • politicians
  • On this BA (Hons) Politics Degree Course you'll study the contemporary challenges that politicians and the public face, as well as the historic flashpoints that led to the current governance of our society. (port.ac.uk)
  • Could these individuals, being practical party politicians, be expected to forget domestic politics when they weigh foreign policy alternatives? (encyclopedia.com)
  • As the Hay example illustrates, politicians often have had particular and deeply felt ideas about international matters, ideas that their party (or a large segment of their party) have shared or endorsed. (encyclopedia.com)
  • In an important sense, the exception proves the rule because the Congress (I) won reelection in 1984 in no small measure because the electorate saw in Rajiv Gandhi a 'Mr. Clean' who would lead a new generation of politicians in cleansing the political system. (countrystudies.us)
  • regain
  • But they probably won't win this key demographic group with the kind of margin they got in 2006, when the Democrats racked up a 69 to 30 percent advantage that helped the party regain control of Congress,' Holland adds. (cnn.com)
  • Respondents
  • Also, the survey gauged respondents' perceptions of the European Parliament and the Commission of the European Communities, along with categorizing opinions on the Soviet Union and President Gorbachev, the United States and President Bush, the role and relevance of NATO, U.S. military presence in Western Europe, and the possibility of economic cooperation with Poland and Hungary. (umich.edu)
  • Respondents were also asked to comment on the ideal number of children a family should have, factors influencing the number of children parents decide to have, the role of the family in society, and what government can do to improve life for families. (umich.edu)
  • When further asked if the government represents the interest of one's community, only one-third of respondents said "no" across all countries. (businessghana.com)
  • Two-thirds of respondents noted that they post political opinions and viewpoints on social media. (businessghana.com)
  • They identify positive developments by their government: 27 percent of respondents reported that they consider infrastructure improvement among the top government achievements and another 20 percent reported improvements in education. (businessghana.com)
  • Constitution
  • This, in my humble apprehension, is to be dreaded as the greatest political evil under our Constitution. (pbs.org)
  • Ask: Does our Electoral College, as outlined in the Constitution, lend itself to three or more viable parties in its current structure? (pbs.org)
  • governance
  • Emphasis is placed on the international regulatory environment, the role of regulators, application of laws and regulatory structure, the development and governance of the compliance function within organizations, risk management, ethical concerns, trends, and the conflicts presented when the laws and principles of multiple jurisdictions are in conflict. (wilmu.edu)
  • organizations
  • Already fascist tendencies are in evidence on every side in the United States, in the popular organizations attempted by German and Italian fascisms, in the native secret organizations, in the mass political organizations developed by Father Coughlin, Huey long, and others, in the movement among the veterans, in the intellectual and engineering fields, and in important governmental activities. (thirdworldtraveler.com)
  • Through partnerships with telecom providers-and a multimodal platform powered by text, voice and web-based communications-GeoPoll enables organizations to gather quick, accurate and in-depth insights on anything from consumer preferences to access to basic government services. (businessghana.com)
  • However, while the alliance provided the Hazara mujahedin with a common political voice in negotiations and bargaining with the Sunni organizations based in Peshawar , Pakistan, it failed to tackle the incessant infighting on the ground. (wikipedia.org)
  • In the meantime, negotiations on the formation of an interim government led by the Sunni organizations based in Peshawar excluded the Hazara alliance based in Tehran. (wikipedia.org)
  • It was against this background that a more radical demand of unification and merger of all existing political-military organizations into a single party dominated the politics of the region. (wikipedia.org)
  • Several meetings were held throughout the region in which the nature and composition of the new party and the role of existing organizations in it were debated extensively. (wikipedia.org)
  • Science
  • There really is a rural bias to much of American politics," said Marvin Overby , professor of political science at the University of Missouri in Columbia. (kansascity.com)
  • Melissa Deckman, professor of political science at Washington College, Michele Dillon, chair of the Sociology Department at the University of New Hampshire, and John Sides, associate professor of political science at George Washington University, responded to the surveys findings in three key areas: social and values issues, the economy, and the Catholic vote. (brookings.edu)
  • power
  • The course includes a study of selected Supreme Court cases which have clarified the roles of government and police power. (wilmu.edu)
  • This has called for the military junta to immediately hand over power to civilian transition government. (allafrica.com)
  • At 52 per cent, over half were unwilling to take on such a role while the remaining 20 per cent felt positively blocked from exercising the power to create despite a deep desire to do so. (thersa.org)
  • Communist party adopts economic reforms but maintains monopoly over political power. (topperlearning.com)
  • What Hay was saying was that the course of American foreign policy was inextricably tied to domestic politics in the United States, and that the party in power has partisan politics partly in mind when it acts on international developments. (encyclopedia.com)
  • Following the collapse of the pro-Soviet Kabul government in the Hazarajat in 1979, the region fell under the control of Shuray-e Ittefaq , a hastily assembled region-wide organization Soon it was challenged and overthrown by several new radical Islamist groups that engaged in endless power and ideological struggles that engulfed the region for most of the 1980s. (wikipedia.org)
  • country
  • His meetings with Mr Sharif in March 2009 when the PPP had imposed governor's rule in Punjab played a key role in bringing normalcy to the political arena of the country. (dawn.com)
  • As soon as the Mussolini government became stabilized in Italy, it sent to the United States picked agents supported by large subsidies for an organization of the fascist movement among the Italians in this country. (thirdworldtraveler.com)
  • How well are they playing their role in the development of the country? (thedailystar.net)
  • We simply cannot count on the state government to help us," said Kansas City Mayor Sly James , voicing a frustration felt by urban mayors across the country. (kansascity.com)
  • By 2009, however, Hezb-e Wahdat was so fragmented and divided that the political weight it carried in the country bore little resemblance to what it had once been. (wikipedia.org)
  • issues
  • On many occasions, he travelled to the residence of PML-N chief Nawaz Sharif in Raiwind even when the two parties were at loggerheads on certain issues. (dawn.com)
  • In the words of the historian Fred Harvey Harrington, "Success in American foreign policy, like success on domestic issues, requires continuing success in domestic politics. (encyclopedia.com)
  • Each is composed of distinctive subgroups with starkly different views on the economy, social issues, and the role of government. (brookings.edu)
  • The accompanying research report, authored by PRRI CEO Robert P. Jones and PRRI research director Daniel Cox, along with Brookings Senior Fellows E.J. Dionne and William Galston, explores attitudes toward issues such as the deficit, taxes, health care, abortion, same-sex marriage, and the size and role of government. (brookings.edu)
  • bills
  • Knesset members may introduce private bills, question members of the government, and present motions for debate of subjects not on the government's agenda. (encyclopedia.com)
  • It has been estimated that 95 percent of the bills are introduced into the Knesset by the government. (encyclopedia.com)
  • Two different groups of people work with political bills and anti-recessionary measures and it is difficult for them to co-ordinate with each other. (rt.com)
  • moderate
  • It is part of but in tension with the historically left, but now moderate, trade union confederation, CGIL, and the one union that rejected - after a referendum of its members - a damaging social security agreement with the government. (redpepper.org.uk)
  • And of political Islam and moderate Islam. (allafrica.com)
  • He proved that a moderate who doesn't mind straying from the party line can win in this deep blue state even in a bad year for the GOP. (baltimoresun.com)
  • Parliament
  • On the political front, I consider him the most successful and polite prime minister who managed to go this far with ever fractious coalition partners," said a veteran journalist who has been covering parliament since General Ayub's days in the 60s. (dawn.com)
  • These include designing strategies by national parliaments and political parties that target the inclusion of young MPs and ensure diversity among youth, addressing the disparities between the number of young men and young women entering parliament. (iknowpolitics.org)
  • Women around the world at every socio-political level find themselves under-represented in parliament and far removed from decision-making levels. (iknowpolitics.org)
  • different
  • I began such a dialogue in February on an imaginary journey through Italy trying to understand a political process very different from ours yet also with many familiarities and interconnections. (redpepper.org.uk)
  • radical
  • The fall of Romano Prodi's Unione government, of which Rifondazione was the third largest partner, and the prospect of a return of Silvio Berlusconi, gives a sense of urgency to listening as our new European companions draw lessons from the experience of the radical left in government and debate future strategy. (redpepper.org.uk)
  • major
  • Like most contemporary major political parties in Afghanistan, Hezb-e Wahdat is rooted in the turbulent period of the anti-Soviet resistance movements in Afghanistan in the 1980s. (wikipedia.org)
  • Qatar
  • Its aim is to isolate the political Islam bloc of Qatar, Turkey and Iran. (allafrica.com)
  • Turkey, Qatar and Iran are anxious that the change in Sudan is targeting their political Islam agenda and have tried to reverse the trend. (allafrica.com)
  • The minister of foreign affairs of Qatar tried to visit Khartoum through some remnants of the National Congress Party in the ministry of foreign affairs. (allafrica.com)
  • Politics of Qatar takes place in an undemocratic framework of an absolute monarchy whereby the Emir of Qatar is not only head of state , but also the head of government . (princeton.edu)
  • social
  • Uppsala University, Disciplinary Domain of Humanities and Social Sciences, Faculty of Social Sciences, Department of Government. (diva-portal.org)
  • My first stop was back in Florence to meet Paul Ginsborg, whose books on contemporary Italian history present, in an exceptionally lucid manner, the roots of the institutions, social forces and individual biographies now shaping Italian politics. (redpepper.org.uk)
  • Ann Arbor, MI: Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research [distributor], 1996-12-10. (umich.edu)
  • In an article first published in 'May2015', Adam Lent argues that the solution to our political and social problems can only be found by unleashing the creativity of the stifled 75 per cent. (thersa.org)
  • The report also found that Swedes born abroad, or with parents of foreign origin, tend to vote more left-wing: on the governing Social Democrats and the Left Party. (thelocal.se)
  • Government departments have been established to meet the requirements of social and economic progress. (princeton.edu)
  • among
  • He was also known for his generous distribution of development funds among all members of the National Assembly, regardless of their party affiliation. (dawn.com)
  • This course surveys the international arena, with a focus on political relations among states. (wilmu.edu)
  • Through the anti-Soviet jihad and the civil war, Hezb-e Wahdat accumulated significant political capital among Afghanistan's Hazaras. (wikipedia.org)
  • career
  • You'll finish the course primed for a career in the world of politics, but also with a raft of transferable skills sought after in sectors such as teaching, journalism and risk analysis. (port.ac.uk)
  • Zhvania began his political career at young age, making his first political steps as a member of Green Party, in the beginning of 90s. (wikipedia.org)
  • help
  • We can help you identify placements, internships, voluntary roles and freelancing opportunities that will complement your studies. (port.ac.uk)
  • The ambassador was not claiming that McKinley had chosen war to help the Republican Party, although it was widely believed that the president would have suffered politically if he had not requested a declaration of hostilities against Spain. (encyclopedia.com)
  • members
  • ISLAMABAD: Despite remaining in the eye of the storm because of allegations of corruption levelled against members of his family and cabinet colleagues, former prime minister Yousuf Raza Gilani will be known as a diehard party loyalist. (dawn.com)
  • Also, 28 per cent of those asked did not support the idea of decreasing the minimum number of party members demanded for its registration. (rt.com)
  • sought
  • The involvement of many in trying to fashion a new kind of political party through Rifondazione Comunista, which saw itself as 'one actor amongst many' and sought to break from both vanguardist and parliamentarist routines, also aroused our curiosity - and hope. (redpepper.org.uk)