Political Conflict, Political Development, and Public Policy

Political Conflict, Political Development, and Public Policy

Political Conflict, Political Development, and Public Policy

Political Conflict, Political Development, and Public Policy

Synopsis

The transformation of political systems is explored in this edited collection by assessing the relationships among political conflict, political development, and public policy. The continuous collapse and regeneration of political systems accompanied by violence and destruction are experiences shared by a majority of the world's population. Most often this larger phenomenon is conceived of in terms of political conflict, repression, and political development. This volume is devoted to exploration of this behavior as a means of understanding system transformation.
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