There is not a specific name or title for the three branches of government, which consist of the Legislative, Judicial and Executive Branches.
Often governments like the US government, which consist consist of the Legislative, Judicial and Executive Branches, are bicameral parliament or bicameral legislature
governments. A Bicameral legislature is made up of 2 chambers of representatives, and upper and a lower house.
In the US, the Senate is the upper house and the Congress is the lower house. In the United Kingdom the House of Lords are the upper house and Parliament is the lower house.
If he rules without a constitution or any other limits on power, he is called a despot.
Power is held by an economic elite, the people who control the "means of production."
Polictical Science is the study of government and politics. the objective is to understand how are government and political institutions function
Political Science is much more focused on the mechanics of the state and political systems. Usually, they focus the study of one particular branch of the state, such as the presidency, legislature, or judiciary. Other branches focus on voting behavior, political parties, relations between states (International Relations/Foreign Policy), or differences between political systems (comparative politics).
Science refers to a system of acquiring knowledge. This system uses observation and experimentation to describe and explain natural phenomena. The term science also refers to the organized body of knowledge people have gained using that system. Less formally, the word science often describes any systematic field of study or the knowledge gained from it.
Pollution, degrading soil, global heating; all basically caused by the profit motive of capitalism.
No: Sudan is a country which borders Egypt to the South. Sudan is the largest country in Africa.
The state is Kansas. The geographic center of the 48 "lower" states is in the north central part of the state near Lebanon, KS.
It all just started because of a simple political cause: Santa Anna had fooled them and was secretly a centralist, or rather he wanted all power directed towards him, and constantly angered the citizens with his actions as well as ignored the Constitution of 1824.
Perhaps its also worthwhile considering the poem "The White Mans Burden" by Rudyard Kipling when answering this question.
The poem (possibly sarcastically), espoused some of the "official" motivations behind the behaviour of the British Empire of his era.
Essentially the theme is that more developed nations have a moral obligation to take control of less developed nations and show them how to created a "civilised" society.
While this motive is based on bias and arrogance, its intention is positive.
Noam Chomsky is a linguist philosopher and a political activist/writer. His political ideas are along the lines of anarcho-syndicalism, while his political books are mainly a critique of US foreign policy, although also on other topics such as bias in the media.
Noam chomsky was an author, historian, and philosopher.
Peter the Great was an intelligent and ambitious ruler. His main goal was to get Russia out of the dark ages, and he would do anything to accomplish this (tax peasants for a military, traveled around western Europe to learn of new inventions, etc.) Though there were many improvements and much success, many died and taxes were increased by 500%.
Its difficult to interpret what this means.
The foundation of the Canadian constitution is described in the Constitution Acts 1867-1982. It describes the underlying structure of the government.
The original act from 1867 vests executive authority and government in the Queen, and describes the Governor General as the chief executive officer who carries out the government of Canada in the name of the Queen, on the advice or with the advice and consent of the Queen's Privy Council for Canada. It lays the foundation for a Parliament composed of the Queen - represented by the Governor General , the Senate, and the House of Commons, and describes their composition and functions. Also, it lays out the basic constitutions of the provinces, and the distribution of legislative power between the federal and provincial governments. Finally, it describes the Canadian judicature.
The act from 1982 adds the Charter of Rights and Freedoms, the rights of Aboriginals, and the amendment formula for the constitution.
From another perspective, the basic foundation of the Canadian constitution is responsible government by a Westminster-style Cabinet. This means that the Government is accountable to the elected representatives of the people (ie Parliament), and that it operates based on consensus of its members. Further, the basic principle of the Canadian constitution is for Canada to be a free and democratic society, similar in principle to the United Kingdom.
The Aegean sea is the sea that separates Greece from Troy.
Pacification is the act of trying to create peace. The term can be used when describing the political views of countries and war. A pacifist is a person who hates fighting and war.
A five inch by five inch thick concrete slab can hold ten thousand pounds if it is medium strength. If it is high strength, it can hold about one hundred and fifty thousand pounds.
In extreme brevity:
Realism/neorealism: States are the actors playing a rational game in an anarchic international system. They aim for their own self interest, that is typically expressed in terms of power (political, military, economic and so on), and relative gain as compared to other actors. Classical realism explains power as a need, whereas neorealism adds some constraints in terms of power politics and provides further explanation through the international system, using the external structures of the anarchic system as determinants of the power game through mechanisms such as security dilemmas, spiralling models, signals etc. Most often when investigating conflict, realists apply bargaining models and game theory. Read Waltz and Morgenthau for details
Liberalism/neoliberalism: States are still the main actors, and are still participating in an anarchic international system but they aim for absolute gain, the maximum possible total output. Thus, while realists contend that power is expressed in relative terms compared to other actors, and thus strengthning another actor is a loss, liberalists consider that power is expressed in absolute terms (and thus, cooperation may bring gains through itself). Another major difference is that liberalism focuses on the connections and interactions as well as interdependence between states in terms of understanding state behavior, while realism explains those interactions solely from the state interest for power. Read Mearsheimer for more.
Constructivism is slightly more complex - it focuses on social constructs and ideas and the way they create the relations between states. Individual actors and individual identities create the structure of the system, their social construct (their formation, their internal ideology etc.) will determine how they behave, as will systemic level rules and ideas. States can no longer be defined independently and cannot be considered to be equal and thus act equally - they will act as their nature will dictate (in a very simplified explanation, a democracy will behave different from an authoritarian system), and their nature comes from a large mix of factors, not least the way others have defined it. Furthermore, perceptions, attitudes and social constructs can change and influence the structure, thus altering the behavior of the state (for example, the IMF can alter the way one thinks about economic behavior or poverty, and thus alter the way a state will behave or perceive itself in the international sphere, as can "security complexes" and "securitization" - the process of perceiving a threat). Thus, the state system is a system of ideas, norms and social constructs and behaviors, that is defined and defines the actors, working with conjectures as the main tool for undestanding the international system. It is thus a post-positivist, post-modernist approach, unlike realism or liberalism. See Read Wendt or Buzan for more.
World System theory is a marxist based approach. It focuses on the world as being divided in a core (states posessing power and technology and capital) and a periphery (states posessing labor and resources), with the core, for historical reasons, becoming the center of trade and the accumulator of wealth. International relations are structured along these lines - imperialism and colonialism, where the core exploits the periphery becoming two main attributes of the international system. In this approach, the international system is no longer anarchic, it is structured by history and, in a way, by predispositions towards a certain behavior. It is still positivist in approaches. For more of this, read Wallerstein.
There's also functionalism and structuralism, as there is feminism in IR, but since you don't want an answer, that's it.
A party that has split away from a major party
Simple put, an autocracy is the rule of a country by dictatorship.
For most of the Albanian border, Macedonia.
By definition of the word, the majority of the voters have the power in a democracy. The bad thing is that the majority can persecute the rest of people.
Dozens of different types of thermometers are in use today, from mercury to alcohol to bi-metal coil to solid-state.
Powers that are specifactly granted to the federal government by the constitution.
This policy is known as assimilation.