Discuss challenges involved in building a new nation-state


Political Science Assignment

Many countries have gone through various ways of governing-by one, by a group, or by the people. Pick one developing country. Examine this country's political history and current barriers in developing their democracy. Create a concise argument on the type of democracy they should institute and why.

Use the list to select your developing country.

Chapter 7. Parliamentary Democracy: Pros and Cons of Perishable Governments

Learning Objectives

• Describe Aristotle's concept of a mixed regime, and identify a modern political system that perhaps best embodies the Aristotelian model.

• Compare the U.S. presidential model to British-style parliamentary systems.

• Argue the case both for and against a powerful executive branch.

• Compare and contrast the executives in the UK, Germany, and France.

• Compare and contrast the British parliament and the U.S. Congress.

• Explain the view that Japanese government and society is Western in form but Japanese in substance.

• Identify the obstacles to parliamentary democracy in India and Israel compared to countries in Western Europe.

Chapter 8. States and Economies in Transition: Between Democracy and Yesterday

Learning Objectives

• Discuss the idea that the system of rule in Russia under Putin has more in common with tsarist Russia than Western-style democracies.

• Define the term "transitional state" and describe what changes in the world have caused or incentivized states to undertake major economic and political reforms.

• Compare and contrast the progress of various East European countries in making the transition from a centrally planned to a market-based economy.

• Identify key Asian transitional states and characterize the political system in each country before and after the transition.

• Name several transitional states in Latin America and explain the pressures for change as well as the historical and cultural obstacles to liberalization in these countries.

Chapter 9. Development: Myths and Realities

Learning Objectives

• Explain the concept of development in the study of politics and economics.

• Discuss the challenges involved in building a new nation-state.

• Compare and evaluate India and Nigeria as models of economic development.

• Identify and elaborate on five obstacles to development.

• Choose one failed state, describe how it failed, and analyze the failure.

• Explain why failed states pose problems for regional stability and world order.

Text Book: Magstadt, T. M. (2017). Understanding politics: Ideas, institutions, and issues. Australia: Cengage Learning.

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