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The bipolarity of democracy and authoritarianism: value patterns, inclusion roles and forms of internal differentiation of political systems
After World War II the political world was shaped by the ideological bipolarity of capitalism and socialism/communism for nearly 50 years. And there was a second bipolarity formulated by the distinction of democracy and ...
Working for Harmony and Innovation?: Political Inclusion of Diversified Elites via the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference
This paper describes the fascinating case of the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference system (CPPCC) and its evolution since 1949. The CPPCC’s original idea is to allow select members who represent the ...