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Decision-making in communist countries

an inside view
  • 80 Pages
  • 4.13 MB
  • English
Pergamon-Brassey"s , Washington
Communist state -- Decision ma
StatementJan Sejna, Joseph D. Douglass, Jr.
SeriesForeign policy report
ContributionsDouglass, Joseph D., Institute for Foreign Policy Analysis.
LC ClassificationsJC474 .S357 1986
The Physical Object
Paginationxii, 80 p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2549644M
ISBN 100080336515
LC Control Number85031994

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Governing New European Democracies is a fully comparative study of decision-making processes in the cabinets of ten post-communist countries of East-Central and South-Eastern Europe.

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Question. I mean to say "country ruled by a Communist party", but you got it. Countries like North Korea, China, Cuba (they're improving, but whatever), Vietnam et al.

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Civil Participation in Decision Making in the Eastern Partnership Countries, Part Two: Practice and Implementation – Study 9 Civil Society as a Policy Actor The difference between laws and procedures as written and their realisation in practice is one that has both thwarted greater inclusion in democratic life, and also.

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This aspect of freedom is the differing factor between health care systems in communist countries and free countries such as the United States. Using the evidence provided by a capitalist philosopher, it is apparent that freedom in communist countries cannot exist at all.Socialism is a system that shares economic output equally throughout the population.

It values the collective well-being of the community, rather than individuals. The government distributes resources, giving it greater control over its citizens. There are eight different kinds of socialism, each with their own priorities and economic styles.