In the Authoritarian style of government on the other hand, has many benefits, advantages and like any other type of government, has its own disadvantages and weaknesses. I remember in our previous discussions, we talked about Hobbes’ state of nature which states that a person is naturally selfish and that without a government, there would be total chaos so in result, man agrees to be a part of a government. In this sense, man would agree to be under that government and would agree to be served. It is not assured that there would not be chaos if one joins a government but through this form of government, war would be lessened – and it could be render void. Under this type of government, there are benefits and advantages as well as restrictions.
Arms control was devised intentionally during the post war period as a substitute to disarmament, Remain a part of modern life, It was impractical and even precarious, they felt ,for a country to strive for complete eradication of weapons, and it would not essentially decrease the possibility of war. Arms control advocates wanted to create a stable balance of power Because many inhabitants mostly assume that arms control and disarmament are the same thing. Arms control is often used as a means to escape an arms race—a competitive buildup of weapons between two or morepowers. Such a Arms race can be expensive for both sides Modern Arms Control Although disarmament and arms control treaties were forged prior to World War II and the modern arms control effort began in intense after the Cuban Missile Crisis of 1962. That situation exploded when the USA discovered that the USSR was building launch sites for nuclear missiles on the land mass of Cuba, thereby threatening to putnuclear weapons very close to U.S. soil.
On the contrary, submission also has some limitations. When people are instructed, they have capacities to do evil and blind obedience sometimes leads to disasters. Being obedient to a reassuring leader will make it easy to win a war. In the American Revolutionary War, George Washington acted a pivotal part. Before he was appointed to be the president, all the decisions had to be made by the Continental Congress.
Mack (1975) in World Politics, entitled "Why Big Nations Lose Small Wars." Here the "asymmetrical" is simply defined as a significant strength of the gap between the conflicting parties in the conflict. "Strength" is widely equated here with the strength of the material, such as the number of soldiers is great, sophisticated weaponry, a developed economy, and so on. Although the concept was ignored at the time, the analysis of the Mack apparently fishing a renewed interest since the end of the cold war in the 1990s. In 2004, the U.S. military began to seriously reconsider the problem-a problem associated with asymmetric warfare.
Here in the Nederland where I have spent the better part of my life and now called home, political instabilities are not what we tolerate because when there are political instabilities, almost every spectrum of the country would be affected. Those in politics set the country’s policies because it is imperative for a country’s political stability to be guaranteed. Furthermore, every government administration and its policies are certain even before being elected. Even in a hung parliament, which often occurs in the Nederland, policies are certain and when parties in the government cannot agree on relevant political persuasions, a new election is quickly conducted in order to continue the smooth running of the country (Tweede Karmer,
It is the majority party of the government. Similar as the bi-party system gives the same stability in the model of two players. However, if the power of party shifts and the minority party is the government is easily blocked by the majority when it is in governing position. And the size of the preference yolk will expand with the increasing power. It will result in bigger overlap zone of possible policy agreement and eventually decrease the stability of status quo (Tsebelis, 1995, p. 301).
Nowadays, the terrorist organizations correspond have a structure of a non-hierarchical network since “the war on terrorism has made hierarchical structure too easily destabilized to be effective” (Hamilton & Gray 28). Thus, terrorists have more possibilities to conduct the planned actions while the governments and anti-terrorist organizations do not have the possibility to cover the complete networks organized by terrorists. One of the reasons for this is the centralized power of government and respective institutions that fight against terrorism. Even though the modern world system has evolved to involve international bodies of control, including the European Union, World Trade Organization, of the United Nations, the international community still is lacking opportunities to develop a comprehensive campaign against the terrorist threat all around the world. The transfer of such functions to other bodies has also decreased the pressure on the separate governments to solve respective issues so that they have nowadays fewer opportunities for fighting against an immense threat of terrorism in the domestic conditions.
the degree of national unity, the level of political institutionalization, economic development, and political culture) and sometimes the more intimately political factors (e.g. the nature of civil-military relations, the cracks within the ruling blocs, and the relative weights of the costs of suppression and toleration)". Thailand's politics has suffered from structural problems so political reform was necessary to establish because the politics cannot be improved by changing the regime only. Thailand's democratization process has been generally analyzed by these factors while Thai politics could be viewed as bureaucratic politics up to the 1980s because of the military appointed member in parliament, representatives of military and civil bureaucrats in the cabinet. Tamada Yoshifumi argues the bureaucratic politics theory based on three principle
‘Political dynasties’ generally refer to traditional political families or the practices by these political families of monopolizing political power and public offices from generation to generation and treating the public elective office almost as their personal property. This problem is controversial to this generation since it is detrimental impact in the country. It gives us a horrific outcome in the progress of the state. However, this will provide a long term process in contrast to the other politicians which only have short term in the politics. Moreover, a political dynasty emerges when an current elected official has at least one relative in elected office in the past or the present government.
The ruling coalition undergo loss of supermajority political landscape in election result thus trigger series of long term uncertainties and impacts to numerous aspects in domestic especially politically connected firms suffered the most. From it, some inducements of concerned parties would like to modify nature of accounting reporting are anticipated so as the auditor’s opinion will be rendered. I expect the overall findings will shed some lights suggest that the non-audit services provided to firms with political connection may jeopardize auditor