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Lecture 10

Political Science 1020E Lecture 10: Lecture 10

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Political Science
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Political Science 1020E
Professor
Bruce Morrison

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Lecture 10 Monday, February 12, 2018 11:17 AM Political Regimes in the Present Question: Canada is a federation because: o The provinces have constitutional standing According to Aristotle, if rule by the few is exercised in the interest of all, then the regime is an aristocracy. What do we can we call it if few rule by their interest? o Oligarchy Three worlds classification First world Second world Third world Recent challenges to 'Three Worlds' Economic: o Development in Third World NICs, Newly Industrializing Countries BRICs, Brazil, Russia, India, China Rise of China, is west still best? Political: o Third wave of democracy, since 1974 o Fourth wave as of 1989-91 Strategic: o Collapse of USSR - End of Second World o Partial Integration of China - But no new second world The "End of History"? First World - Only world? Every country is looking at the First world, and trying to be them o Liberalism o Capitalism o Democracy No, complex world A New Framework? 1. Western polyarchies: o Robert Dahl Rule of Law Competition Increasing participation
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