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Transitions from Authoritarian Rule - Tentative Conclusions about Uncertain Democracies (Paperback): Guillermo O'Donnell,... Transitions from Authoritarian Rule - Tentative Conclusions about Uncertain Democracies (Paperback)
Guillermo O'Donnell, Philippe C. Schmitter, Laurence Whitehead; Foreword by Cynthia J. Arnson, Abraham F. Lowenthal
R515 R452 Discovery Miles 4 520 Save R63 (12%) Shipped within 7 - 12 working days

Political science scholars consider the four-volume work Transitions from Authoritarian Rule to be a foundational text for studying the process of democratization, specifically in those cases where an authoritarian regime is giving way to some form of democratic government. The most important of the four books is without a doubt the fourth volume, Tentative Conclusions about Uncertain Democracies, also known as "the little green book." Transitions from Authoritarian Rule was the first book in any language to systematically compare the process of transition from authoritarianism across a broad range of countries. Political democracy is not the only possible outcome. Guillermo O'Donnell, Philippe C. Schmitter, and Laurence Whitehead emphasize that it's not the revolution but the transition that is critical to the growth of a democratic state. This ground-breaking insight remains highly relevant as the ramifications of the Arab Spring continue to play out. This reissue features a new foreword by Cynthia J. Arnson, director of the Latin American Program at the Woodow Wilson International Center for Scholars, and Abraham F. Lowenthal, founding director of the Latin American Program, who wrote the original volume's foreword.

Illiberal Practices - Territorial Variance within Large Federal Democracies (Paperback): Jacqueline Behrend, Laurence Whitehead Illiberal Practices - Territorial Variance within Large Federal Democracies (Paperback)
Jacqueline Behrend, Laurence Whitehead
R836 R715 Discovery Miles 7 150 Save R121 (14%) Shipped within 7 - 12 working days

Within subunits of a democratic federation, lasting political practices that restrict choice, limit debate, and exclude or distort democratic participation have been analyzed in recent scholarship as subnational authoritarianism. Once a critical number of citizens or regions band together in these practices, they can leverage illiberal efforts at the federal level. This timely, data-driven book compares federations that underwent transitions in the first, second, and third waves of democratization and offers a substantial expansion of the concept of subnational authoritarianism. The eleven expert political scientists featured in this text examine the nature and scope of subnational democratic variations within six large federations, including the United States, India, Mexico, Brazil, Argentina, and Russia. Illiberal Practices makes the case that subnational units are more likely to operate by means of illiberal structures and practices than as fully authoritarian regimes. Detailed case studies examine uneven levels of citizenship in each federal system. These are distributed unequally across the different regions of the country and display semi-democratic or hybrid characteristics. Appropriate for scholars and students of democratization, authoritarianism, federalism, decentralization, and comparative politics, Illiberal Practices sheds light on the uneven extension of democracy within countries that have already democratized. Contributors: Jacqueline Behrend, Andre Borges, Julian Durazo Herrmann, Carlos Gervasoni, Edward L. Gibson, Desmond King, Inga A.-L. Saikkonen, Celina Souza, Maya Tudor, Laurence Whitehead, Adam Ziegfeld

Let the People Rule - Direct Democracy in the Twenty-First Century (Paperback): Saskia Ruth, Yanina Welp, Laurence Whitehead Let the People Rule - Direct Democracy in the Twenty-First Century (Paperback)
Saskia Ruth, Yanina Welp, Laurence Whitehead
R676 Discovery Miles 6 760 Shipped within 7 - 12 working days

The biggest contemporary challenge to democratic legitimacy gravitates around the crisis of democratic representation. To tackle this problem, a growing number of established and new democracies included direct democratic instruments in their constitutions, enabling citizens to have direct influence on democratic decision-making. However, there are many different empirical manifestations of direct democracy, and their diverse consequences for representative democracy remain an understudied topic. Let the People Rule? aims to fill this gap, analysing the multifaceted consequences of direct democracy on constitutional reforms and issues of independence, democratic accountability mechanisms, and political outcomes. Chapters apply different methodological approaches to study the consequences of direct democracy on democratic legitimacy. These range from single in-depth case studies, like the Scottish independence referendum in 2014, to cross-national comparative studies, such as the direct democratic experience within the European Union.

Unresolved Tensions - Bolivia Past and Present (Paperback, First Edition,): John Crabtree, Laurence Whitehead Unresolved Tensions - Bolivia Past and Present (Paperback, First Edition,)
John Crabtree, Laurence Whitehead
R814 R724 Discovery Miles 7 240 Save R90 (11%) Shipped within 7 - 12 working days

The landslide election of Evo Morales in December 2005 pointed toward a process of accelerated change in Bolivia, forging a path away from globalization and the neoliberal paradigm in favor of greater national control and state intervention. This in turn shifted the power relations of Bolivia's internal politics-beginning with greater inclusion of the indigenous population-and altered the nation's foreign relations. "Unresolved Tensions" engages this realignment from a variety of analytical perspectives, using the Morales election as a lens through which to reassess Bolivia's contemporary political reality and its relation to a set of deeper historical issues.
This volume brings together an expert group of commentators and participants from within the Bolivian political arena to offer diverse perspectives and competing views on issues of ethnicity, regionalism, state-society relations, constitutional reform, economic development, and globalization. In this way, the contributors seek to reassess Bolivia's past, present, and future, consider the ways in which the nation's historical developments flow from these deeper currents, and assess the opportunities and challenges that arise within the new political context.

Shifting the Balance - Obama and the Americas (Paperback): Laurence Whitehead Shifting the Balance - Obama and the Americas (Paperback)
Laurence Whitehead
R510 R483 Discovery Miles 4 830 Save R27 (5%) Shipped within 7 - 12 working days

In early 2009, at the start of a new administration in Washington, the Brookings Institution Press published "The Obama Administration and the Americas: Agenda for Change," offering a roadmap for a fresh approach to U.S. relations with its neighbors. Now, at the midway point of that presidential administration, the editors of that insightful volume follow up with "Shifting the Balance: Obama and the Americas," an authoritative and critical look at what President Obama and his team have done in regard to Latin America and the Caribbean, how they have been received in the region, and what steps should be taken in the future.

Latin America: A New Interpretation (Paperback, Revised edition): Laurence Whitehead Latin America: A New Interpretation (Paperback, Revised edition)
Laurence Whitehead
R1,057 Discovery Miles 10 570 Shipped within 7 - 11 working days

This innovative contribution to comparative area studies evaluates Latin America's distinctiveness, and shows how 'large regions' can be compared. The overwhelming impact of Europe followed by precocious independence produced an exceptional outward orientation, which has prompted successive waves of reform 'from above and without', often resisted and superceded rather than fully assimilated. This book explores the resulting patterns that can be observed in multiple domains, through the optic of a 'mausoleum of modernity.' By applying this perspective to state organization, the politics of expertise, privatization, poverty and inequality, and citizenship insecurity, it generates an overall new interpretation of Latin America's regional distinctiveness.

The Obama Administration and the Americas - Agenda for Change (Paperback): Abraham F. Lowenthal, Ted Piccone, Laurence Whitehead The Obama Administration and the Americas - Agenda for Change (Paperback)
Abraham F. Lowenthal, Ted Piccone, Laurence Whitehead; Foreword by Strobe Talbott
R579 R543 Discovery Miles 5 430 Save R36 (6%) Shipped within 7 - 12 working days

The Obama administration inherits a daunting set of domestic and international policy challenges. It would be tempting to put Latin America and the Caribbean on the back burner, for their nations pose no imminent security threat nor do they seem at first blush critical to the most pressing problems of U.S. foreign policy. "The Obama Administration and the Americas," however, argues that the new administration should focus early and strategically on Latin America.

Our neighbors to the south impact daily on the lives of U.S. citizens, on issues such as energy, narcotics, immigration, trade, and jobs. And these are the countries most likely to partner with Washington on the basis of shared values, culture, and interests. Recognized experts from Latin America, the United States, and Europe suggest in this timely volume that the United States should seize an early opportunity to engage Latin America, recognizing the region's diversity but also its shared concerns and aspirations.

The consolidation of stable democracies and rule of law in Latin America has long been an expressed goal of both parties in Washington, but the backlash from Iraq, the global financial crisis, and other recent experiences may discourage the use of U.S. influence and assistance to nurture democratic governance. The authors emphasize case-by-case, sophisticated, and multilateral approaches to dealing with such hard cases as Bolivia, Colombia, Cuba, Haiti, Mexico, and Venezuela.

Debating Cuban Exceptionalism (Hardcover, 2007 ed.): Laurence Whitehead, Bert Hoffman Debating Cuban Exceptionalism (Hardcover, 2007 ed.)
Laurence Whitehead, Bert Hoffman
R1,428 Discovery Miles 14 280 Shipped within 7 - 11 working days

This volume traces the developments in Cuba following the fall of the Berlin Wall in November 1989 and the subsequent definitive demise of state socialism. Working from the premise that most non-European countries did not undergo the economic and political regime changes experienced by their European counterparts, this volume examines the nature of Cuban socialism. Topics covered include: the reasons for the persistence of "the Cuban model," and an examination of the complex interaction between elite and non-elite actors, as well as between domestic and international forces.

Latin America: A New Interpretation (Hardcover, 2006 ed.): Laurence Whitehead Latin America: A New Interpretation (Hardcover, 2006 ed.)
Laurence Whitehead
R2,158 Discovery Miles 21 580 Shipped within 7 - 11 working days

This innovative contribution to comparative area studies evaluates Latin America's distinctiveness, and shows how 'large regions' can be compared. The overwhelming impact of Europe followed by precocious independence produced an exceptional outward orientation, which has prompted successive waves of reform 'from above and without', often resisted and superceded rather than fully assimilated. This book explores the resulting patterns that can be observed in multiple domains, through the optic of a 'mausoleum of modernity.' By applying this perspective to state organization, the politics of expertise, privatization, poverty and inequality, and citizenship insecurity, it generates an overall new interpretation of Latin America's regional distinctiveness.

Transitions from Authoritarian Rule, Volume 3 - Comparative Perspectives (Paperback): Guillermo O'Donnell, Philippe C.... Transitions from Authoritarian Rule, Volume 3 - Comparative Perspectives (Paperback)
Guillermo O'Donnell, Philippe C. Schmitter, Laurence Whitehead
R521 R459 Discovery Miles 4 590 Save R62 (12%) Shipped within 7 - 12 working days
Towards Democratic Viability - The Bolivian Experience (Hardcover): John Crabtree, Laurence Whitehead Towards Democratic Viability - The Bolivian Experience (Hardcover)
John Crabtree, Laurence Whitehead; John Crabtree, Laurence Whitehead
R2,606 Discovery Miles 26 060 Shipped within 7 - 11 working days

This book traces the twin processes of economic liberalization and political democratization in Bolivia since the 1980s placing both processes in their historical context. The essays focus on the issue of democratic viability, and raise broader questions of the relationship between democratization and its socio-economic context.

Democratization - Theory and Experience (Paperback): Laurence Whitehead Democratization - Theory and Experience (Paperback)
Laurence Whitehead
R1,321 Discovery Miles 13 210 Shipped within 7 - 11 working days

Democratization has swept the globe over the past generation, and analysts and policy makers have been struggling to keep up. Bookshelves have been filled with case studies and assessments of this kaleidoscope of experiences, and a related scholarly community has developed seeking to systematize all this material in accordance with well-defined schemas and causal models. But experience keeps wrong-footing the country analysts, so in this fresh interpretation the author goes back to foundational issues. He argues that democratization is best understood as a complex, long-term, dynamic, and open-ended process extending over generations. Standard models of causal explanation need to be supplemented by more interpretative approaches. Basic questions of citizen security, the nature of public accountability and the role of money as a source of political power need reconsideration. The delicate balance between monetary authority and democratic consent is also examined in the light of the financial crises that have afflicted so many new democracies. This book proposes a range of new perspectives on the complex linkages between democratization and state formation, on the logic of paired comparisons and comparisons between large regions of the world and on the relationship between democratic ideals and 'really existing' democratic outcomes. It aims to equip those caught up in democratization and democracy promotion with a more realistic understanding of the tensions and turbulence involved.

Transitions from Authoritarian Rule, Volume 1 - Southern Europe (Paperback): Guillermo O'Donnell, Philippe C. Schmitter,... Transitions from Authoritarian Rule, Volume 1 - Southern Europe (Paperback)
Guillermo O'Donnell, Philippe C. Schmitter, Laurence Whitehead
R523 R460 Discovery Miles 4 600 Save R63 (12%) Shipped within 7 - 12 working days

"Rich in nuanced, contextually sensitive analysis, and each of the case studies is written by a leading authority."--Abraham F. Lowenthal, from the foreword

Transitions from Authoritarian Rule, Volume 2 - Latin America (Paperback): Guillermo O'Donnell, Philippe C. Schmitter,... Transitions from Authoritarian Rule, Volume 2 - Latin America (Paperback)
Guillermo O'Donnell, Philippe C. Schmitter, Laurence Whitehead
R525 R462 Discovery Miles 4 620 Save R63 (12%) Shipped within 7 - 12 working days

An array of internationally noted scholars examines the process of democratization in southern Europe and Latin America. They provide new interpretations of both current and historical efforts of nations to end periods of authoritarian rule and to initiate transition to democracy, efforts that have met with widely varying degrees of success and failure. Extensive case studies of individual countries, a comparative overview, and a synthesis conclusions offer important insights for political scientists, students, and all concerned with the prospects for democracy.

Southern Europe

The historical example of Italy after Mussolini as well as the more recent cases of Greece, Portugal, Spain, and Turkey suggest factors that may make a transition relatively secure.

Latin America

Democratization is perhaps the central issue in Latin American politics today. Case studies focus on Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Mexico, Peru, Uruguay and Venezuela.

Comparative Perspectives

Despite the unique contexts of transitions in individual countries, significant points of comparison emerge -- such as the influence of foreign nations and the role of agents outside the government. These analyses explore both intra- and interregional similarities and differences.

Tentative Conclusions about Uncertain Democracies

Political democracy is not the only possible outcome of transitions from authoritarianism. Guillermo O'Donnell and Philippe C. Schmitter draw out the implications of democracy as a goal and of the uncertainty inherent in transitional situations.

Democratization in America - A Comparative-Historical Analysis (Paperback, New): Desmond King, Robert C. Lieberman, Gretchen... Democratization in America - A Comparative-Historical Analysis (Paperback, New)
Desmond King, Robert C. Lieberman, Gretchen Ritter, Laurence Whitehead
R511 R452 Discovery Miles 4 520 Save R59 (12%) Shipped within 7 - 12 working days

The essays in this volume examine democracy's development in the United States, demonstrating how that process has shaped--and continues to shape--the American political system.

Scholars of American politics commonly describe the political development of the United States as exceptional and distinct from that of other advanced industrial democracies. They point to the United States as the longest-lived and most stable liberal democracy in history. What they often fail to mention, though, is that it took considerable time to extend democracy throughout the country.

The contributors to this volume suggest that it is intellectually fruitful to consider the U.S. case in comparison to other countries. They argue that the development of democracy is ongoing in America; that even with a written constitution grounded in liberal democracy, the meaning and significance of U.S. democracy are still evolving. This volume shows that democratization and the pursuit of democracy are processes affected by multiple and continuing challenges--including such issues as citizenship, race, institution building, and political movements--as patterns and practices of politics and governance continue to change.

This innovative approach contributes significantly to comparative democratization studies, a field normally confined to Latin America and former communist countries. The U.S. case is a unique reference point for students of American political development and comparative democratization.

The International Dimensions of Democratization - Europe and the Americas (Paperback, 2nd Revised edition): Laurence Whitehead The International Dimensions of Democratization - Europe and the Americas (Paperback, 2nd Revised edition)
Laurence Whitehead
R2,172 Discovery Miles 21 720 Shipped within 7 - 11 working days

Highly respected and international contributors examine the development of democratic government in Latin America and Europe, and the role that world politics play in shaping it in this revised

edition of a highly acclaimed volume.

Latin American Debt and the Adjustment Crisis (Paperback, 1987 ed.): Rosemary Thorp, Laurence Whitehead Latin American Debt and the Adjustment Crisis (Paperback, 1987 ed.)
Rosemary Thorp, Laurence Whitehead
R1,152 Discovery Miles 11 520 Shipped within 7 - 11 working days
Statecrafting Monetary Authority - Democracy and Financial Order in Brazil (Paperback, New): Lourdes Sola, Laurence Whitehead Statecrafting Monetary Authority - Democracy and Financial Order in Brazil (Paperback, New)
Lourdes Sola, Laurence Whitehead
R710 Discovery Miles 7 100 Out of stock

Banking and finance are often studied as specialized domains, governed by their own esoteric rules and concepts, and best cordoned off from broader comparative, historical and political considerations. This book develops an alternative approach. It focuses on the recent, strikingly deviant, experience of Brazil but goes well beyond that single case. It assesses financial sector reform and the consolidation of legitimate monetary authority in an era of globalization and democratization, and advocates the adoption of a holistic and contextualized perspective. It explores the cumulative potential of an incremental 'statecrafting' approach, in contrast to recently fashionable technical 'fixes' such as the idea that central bank independence provides a reliable and universal remedy for all monetary ills.

Unresolved Tensions - Bolivia Past and Present (Hardcover, First Edition,): John Crabtree, Laurence Whitehead Unresolved Tensions - Bolivia Past and Present (Hardcover, First Edition,)
John Crabtree, Laurence Whitehead
R1,941 Discovery Miles 19 410 Out of stock

The landslide election of Evo Morales in December 2005 pointed toward a process of accelerated change in Bolivia, forging a path away from globalization and the neoliberal paradigm in favor of greater national control and state intervention. This in turn shifted the power relations of Bolivia's internal politics-beginning with greater inclusion of the indigenous population-and altered the nation's foreign relations. "Unresolved Tensions" engages this realignment from a variety of analytical perspectives, using the Morales election as a lens through which to reassess Bolivia's contemporary political reality and its relation to a set of deeper historical issues.
This volume brings together an expert group of commentators and participants from within the Bolivian political arena to offer diverse perspectives and competing views on issues of ethnicity, regionalism, state-society relations, constitutional reform, economic development, and globalization. In this way, the contributors seek to reassess Bolivia's past, present, and future, consider the ways in which the nation's historical developments flow from these deeper currents, and assess the opportunities and challenges that arise within the new political context.

Democratizacion - Teoria y Experiencia (Spanish, Paperback): Laurence Whitehead Democratizacion - Teoria y Experiencia (Spanish, Paperback)
Laurence Whitehead
R679 R601 Discovery Miles 6 010 Save R78 (11%) Out of stock
Transitions from Authoritarian Rule - Tentative Conclusions About Uncertain Democracies (Paperback): Guillermo O'Donnell,... Transitions from Authoritarian Rule - Tentative Conclusions About Uncertain Democracies (Paperback)
Guillermo O'Donnell, Philippe C. Schmitter, Laurence Whitehead
R576 Discovery Miles 5 760 Out of stock
Democratization in America - A Comparative-Historical Analysis (Hardcover, New): Desmond King, Robert C. Lieberman, Gretchen... Democratization in America - A Comparative-Historical Analysis (Hardcover, New)
Desmond King, Robert C. Lieberman, Gretchen Ritter, Laurence Whitehead
R1,151 R1,036 Discovery Miles 10 360 Save R115 (10%) Out of stock

The essays in this volume examine democracy's development in the United States, demonstrating how that process has shaped--and continues to shape--the American political system.

Scholars of American politics commonly describe the political development of the United States as exceptional and distinct from that of other advanced industrial democracies. They point to the United States as the longest-lived and most stable liberal democracy in history. What they often fail to mention, though, is that it took considerable time to extend democracy throughout the country.

The contributors to this volume suggest that it is intellectually fruitful to consider the U.S. case in comparison to other countries. They argue that the development of democracy is ongoing in America; that even with a written constitution grounded in liberal democracy, the meaning and significance of U.S. democracy are still evolving. This volume shows that democratization and the pursuit of democracy are processes affected by multiple and continuing challenges--including such issues as citizenship, race, institution building, and political movements--as patterns and practices of politics and governance continue to change.

This innovative approach contributes significantly to comparative democratization studies, a field normally confined to Latin America and former communist countries. The U.S. case is a unique reference point for students of American political development and comparative democratization.

The International Dimensions of Democratization - Europe and the Americas (Hardcover, New): Laurence Whitehead The International Dimensions of Democratization - Europe and the Americas (Hardcover, New)
Laurence Whitehead
R1,198 Discovery Miles 11 980 Out of stock

In recent years, and especially following the end of the cold war, democratization has become one of the most crucial issues on the international political scene. A great many states are undergoing an extraordinary and difficult transition to democracy. And that transition is deeply influenced by the new international context. In this first volume of a major new series, a range of highly respected scholars from around the world and several disciplines tackle the role and importance of international relations in the democratic development of states in the Americas and Europe. Combining theoretical approaches with a rich set of empirical case studies, the book examines the development of democratic regimes in countries and regions as diverse as Brazil, Spain, Greece, the Caribbean, and East Central Europe. At the international level, the book considers the influence of US Foreign Policy, International political finance, the UN, European Union, as well as the wide range of international political influences on the development of democratic politics. Oxford Studies in Democratization;Series editor: Laurence Whitehead;Oxford Sutdies in Democratization is a series for scholars and studen

Emerging Market Democracies - East Asia and Latin America (Paperback): Laurence Whitehead Emerging Market Democracies - East Asia and Latin America (Paperback)
Laurence Whitehead
R500 R465 Discovery Miles 4 650 Save R35 (7%) Out of stock

The end of the Cold War, the "third wave" of democratization, and economic globalization have presented the newly industrialized countries of East Asia and the liberal democracies of Latin America with increasingly similar international opportunities and constraints. During the 1980s, Latin America made great strides in democratization, while East Asia led the world in economic growth. Are the two regions now converging toward a model that combines economic and political liberalization? Many developments in both regions indicate that this is a serious possibility. Although significant countertrends do exist, there is now increased scope for mutual support and encouragement among aspiring democratic forces both within and between these two regions. This book examines these interrelated issues, paying special attention to the effects of the East Asian financial crisis of 1997-98 and its subsequent impact on Latin America.

Contributors: Ananya Basu, World Bank; Francis Fukuyama, School of Advanced International Studies, Johns Hopkins University.; Stephan Haggard, University of California-San Diego; Elizabeth M. King, World Bank; Sanjay Marwah, George Mason University; Sylvia Maxfield, Harvard University; Eduardo Silva, University of Missouri-St. Louis and University of Miami; Gordon Redding, University of Hong Kong; Tun-jen Cheng, College of William and Mary; Yun-han Chu, National Taiwan University; Laurence Whitehead, Oxford University.

A History of the Bolivian Labour Movement 1848-1971 (Paperback): Guillermo Lora A History of the Bolivian Labour Movement 1848-1971 (Paperback)
Guillermo Lora; Edited by Laurence Whitehead; Translated by Christine Whitehead
R669 Discovery Miles 6 690 Out of stock

This book is an abridgement and translation of Guillermo Lora's five-volume history. It deals with the strengthening and radicalisation of Bolivia's organised labour movement, which culminated in the drastic revolutionary changes of the 1950s. The first half offers a reinterpretation of Bolivian history in the century preceding the revolution, viewed from the perspective of the working class. The second half discusses in more detail the major political events and doctrinal issues of a period in which the author, as secretary of the Trotskyist Partido Obrero Revolucionario, himself frequently played an active part. Despite the radical upheaval that occurred in the fifties and the mobilisation of broad sectors of the population around such radical objectives as direct property seizures, union-nominated ministers and union, military and worker control, the labour movement was unable to maintain its conquests in the 1960s. The concluding chapters describe the period of renewed military repression and the continuing efforts of the labour movement to resist.

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