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- Going Global. Lusted, Marcia Amidon // Cobblestone;Sep2008, Vol. 29 Issue 7, p40
The article offers information on various political parties in the world, including the three political parties in Finland, nonpartisan democracy in Canada, and a dominant party system in Singapore.
- Twenty-One Variables Beyond the Size of Winning Coalitions. Hinckley, Barbara // Journal of Politics;Feb79, Vol. 41 Issue 1, p192
Presents information on the political variables affecting coalition formation. Definition of the term coalition; Discussion on the choice of coalition partner; Information on the distribution of returns.
- The Value of Opposition. // America;1/11/1936, Vol. 54 Issue 14, p318
The author reflects on the issue about the process of choosing a candidate of the political parties in the U.S. Instead of searching for a the best candidate, it states that the Republicans might choose one from the two possible candidates randomly. The author believes that every party needs a...
- Increasing Scope For Smer Return To Government. // Emerging Europe Monitor: Central Europe & Baltic States;Dec2011, Vol. 18 Issue 12, p8
The article focuses on the possibility of the Slovakian political party, Smer-Social Democracy's (Smer) return to power after collapse of the government in Slovakia. It states that the government collapsed due to its inability to pass the legislation regarding the European Financial Stability...
- Political Conditions. // Latvia Country Review;2001/2002, p14
Describes political conditions in Latvia as of July 2001. Dominant political issues; Political parties; Domestic political conflict; Structural reforms of Latvia's economy; Formation of coalition government.
- Coalition partners agree on cabinet. Csonka, Agnes; Olah, Peter // Budapest Business Journal;5/13/2002, Vol. 10 Issue 23, p3
Reports the agreement of Hungarian Socialist Party's coalition partner on cabinet. Focus of the reorganization on strategic areas; Finalization of the list of ministries; Delegation of posts for ministries.
- It Used to Be the Economy. Rohrschneider, Robert; Fuchs, Dieter // German Politics & Society;Spring2003, Vol. 21 Issue 1, p76
Most explanations for the victory of red-green led coalition government in the 2002 election refer to two issues that emerged in the final months of the campaign: the Iraq crisis and the flood in eastern Germany. By all accounts, the Chancellor met the leadership expectations of voters by...
- Australia. // America;12/27/1919, Vol. 22 Issue 10, p194
The article reports on the returns from the 1919 elections in Australia. The result show that the government has the backing of the people. The Liberals and the Nationalist Labor parties won the 35 seats in the House of Representatives, and the Farmers party. The elections were regarded as a...
- The party's over. Where do we go from here? Warnock, John W. // Canadian Dimension;Mar/Apr99, Vol. 33 Issue 2, p14
Analyzes developments involving coalition politics in Canada. Social democratic parties' adoption of neoliberalism; Sam Gindin's assessment of Canada's political problem; Disadvantages of coalition politics; Author's call for a new political party of the Left; Formation of the New Green...