Furthermore, Japan left the League with the feeling they were treated unfairly. During that time, the people in Japan felt humiliated and insulted by the League, so when the government decided to resign, the people felt that they have regain their some of their pride in some way thus supporting fascism. Moreover, within Japan, the people accepted Fascism as a better system, fascists believed that western values dominated the world and their ways were morally wrong. As they believed in nationalism, they wanted Japan self sufficient by trading and be a strong nation and
After Park Chung Hee seized power via a military takeover, his regime placed heavy emphasis on strategies that advance economic growth. Economic growth kicked off when the inaugural Five Year Economic Development Plan that stemmed from export-oriented industrialization was successfully carried out . Under Park’s authoritarian regime, Korea experienced a vast economic growth, which eventually contributed to her democratization. Park placed a great emphasis on the argument that without economic revolution, a country would not be able to democratize . There is an observable relationship between economic development and the emergence of democracy in Korea during the 1980s.
Conceptualizing Democracy in Bangladesh 1. Introduction: Democracy is one of the well-accepted form of political system of the present time which is the alternative to authoritarian political system. The wave of transitions away from autocratic rule started from the nineteenth century when many authoritarian political system in the West turns into democracy. There are many contributing factors that drives the authoritarian political systems to the democratic systems, such as struggle between monarchs and estates, struggle between church and state, peasants struggle against excessive taxation, the global change of commerce, technology, religious strife etc. (Held 2006, p.56).The development of democracy
At that time, Malaysia has undergone many changes of foreign policy parallel with the changes of the leadership and also the environmental conditions. Malaysia’s first prime minister is Tunku Abdul Rahman Putra al-Haj. During that time, Malaysia has undergone a stabilizing era which the prime minister tried to stabilize the country’s position in the region through many ways. The examples are economic and also political treaties in Southeast Asia. As a new independence country, Malaysian foreign policy was geared towards the survival.
In addition, politicians enjoy conflicting situations because it is in their nature to argue and win whatever the situation. Although these people are powerful it is said that the power is used in a dishonest way to make a profit that benefits only one person. Moreover, many people think these office-bearer cannot be trusted because there are suspicions that politicians keep secrets that will never see the light because it will show who these men and women actually
The creation of political machines are taking over the jobs that the people need. Industry hurts employment and trusts are hurting wages for poor workers. Many of American citizens and immigrants are living on the streets. A woman will have an equal or a higher job title than a man and still get paid less. Some men still believe women should get paid less.
Newspapers started getting sold at comparatively cheaper rates among the new rural immigrants. Except for some positive theorists, the others were not pleased with the idea of Industrialization as they thought it destroyed peace and unity. Moreover, they started blaming the Media i.e. the Newspapers, for causing lethal criticism which resulted in political instability and destruction of cultural norms and values. Many people feared these new changes caused by the emerging media because they wanted to maintain old political and social order.
The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) states that culture is “the whole complex of distinctive spiritual, material, intellectual and emotional features that characterize a society or social group. We live in a time in which every nation faces cultural challenges. Some nations are more open to diversity, while others try to remain homogeneous (Saloom, A.2013). Bhutan is no different than any other country and faces culture changes and have to adopt new ways. Globalization has dominated over the world in the form of world markets, free trade, and mass tourism, which provides endless opportunities for the cultural interaction that opens the door for cultural dialogue.
Many scholars of political science have tried to determine the causes of a successful process of democratization. In fact, while democratization is a process in itself, it is linked inevitably to the development of one country, In terms of institutional, economic, political but also the social aspect. The collapse of the communist regime in 1990 and the establishment of political pluralism marked the beginning of a new era for Eastern Europe and for Albania too. These events initiated the democratization agenda, involving state rebuilding processes, aiming at restoring not only the boundaries between politics and economics, but also the boundaries separating public from private, the state from civil society, and the regime from the state. The end of 1990 also marks the beginning of a transition period from
Lack of Political Interference. Usually it is said that government is not very efficient in making good managers because they have a great pressure from political side hence cant focus on the sound economic and business sense. So at times government employs surplus employees, which leads to an inefficiency of an organization due to increased costs. Government is very reluctant in reducing workers because of the negative publicity involved in job