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by Karen L. Remmer
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Publisher: Routledge (1989)
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The author challenges prevailing interpretations of military rule. She questions the assumptions that military regimes can be adequately understood in terms of their origins and shows how important variations among them reflect the roles of state actors and institutions.
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Military Rule in Latin America. The politics of institutional change: Electoral reform in Latin America, 1978-2002. The political economy of elections in Latin America, 1980–1991. Party Politics 14 (1), 5-30, 2008.
Destination, rates & speeds. 2. Published by Routledge (1989). ISBN 10: 0044454791 ISBN 13: 9780044454793.
Remmer, Karen L. Boston: Unwin Hyman, 1989. E-mail Citation . Remmer, a political scientist, analyzes the origins and political and economic consequences of military rule, and she compares and contrasts the policies of military governments and civilian regimes. Creates a typology of military regimes often cited in the literature. Part 2 of the book focuses on the Chilean case. The Military and the State in Latin America. Translated by Paul Sigmund. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1987.
Remmer, K. L. Minhas, . and K. Remmer
Remmer, K. Remmer, K. Party Competition and Public Policy: Argentina and Chile, 1890-1930. The Reputational Impact of Investor-State Disputes. International Interactions, vol. 44, no. 5, Sept.
Military dictators ruled Latin America and other parts of the world such as Africa AND Middle East before the . Karen Remmer is one of the scholars that have written extensive to express their views regarding the actions of military rule.
Military dictators ruled Latin America and other parts of the world such as Africa AND Middle East before the 21st century. However, some parts of Latin America are still ruled by military Juntas (a committee consisting of military generals). One major reason that inspired this form of governance is the fact that the armed forces had more cohesion and a good structure as opposed to many civil institutions. This paper describes her views and goes a notch higher to analyze her main points in the book.
During the 1980s, Latin America experienced the longest and deepest wave of. .New Brunswick: Transaction Books. 1991cMilitary rule in Latin America. Boulder, CO: Westview Press.
During the 1980s, Latin America experienced the longest and deepest wave of democratization in its history. MAXFIELD, SYLVIA 1989 National business, debt-led growth, and the political transition in Latin America. InDebt and democracy in Latin America.
Over the past decade the contours of political party competition in Latin America have been dramatically altered by an upsurge of support for leftist–populist parties and the related weakening of established parties on the center and right end of the political spectrum.