This course explores the scope of Comparative Political Studies and its evaluation. It addresses the basic Methodologies in the Study of Political Systems, including the internal and external environmental framework. This course focuses on various comparative studies of the major international political systems such as the United States of America, the United Kingdom, France, Germany, Japan, China, and the Arab World. It also discusses Government Studies including the Separation of Authorities, Partnerships, Legitimacy, Partisan Political Organization, Role of Interest Groups, and the Opposition Political Participation. Finally, it addresses various major political issues such as the alliances within the state.
POLS233 | INTRODUCTION TO COMPARATIVE SYSTEMS
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POLS231 | INTRODUCTION TO POLITICAL SCIENCE