Thus, in Chapter 5, he explains the emergence of military dictatorships as a result of the moral hazard problem inherent in authoritarian
regimes' reliance on the military to repress the masses.
However, the pattern of political development in Singapore is strikingly different from the other three in that Singapore stands as the only authoritarian
In particular, as authoritarian
regimes mature, the use of parties and legislatures becomes more likely.
Egypt was ruled by authoritarian
regime, under the military and a dominant government established party, for more than sixty years.
One possible, though speculative, explanation is that men in these countries feel threatened by the additional economic and political competition from women and become authoritarian
to deal with these changes," Brandt said.
Professor Frykenberg's pithy formulation distinguishing states from the governments that run them (or in authoritarian
settings, the regimes that run them) proves useful for understanding why.
It has not been based on dialogue, understanding, supporting civil society and empowering people, but rather it's been based on supporting authoritarian
systems as long as the oil keeps pumping.
The benevolent authoritarian
cares for people but is caught between caring and being threatened by opposition, especially as differences develop.
Tilly's cases show with considerable frequency that revolutionary upheavals often generate authoritarian
political orders, but, in his analysis, they also push forward the processes that over the longer run lay the foundations on which more democratic structures can be constructed.
Each man was authoritarian
, and each wanted to reunite Korea, but on very different terms.
After all, the famed "coalition of the willing" assembled to topple Saddam Hussein included authoritarian
dictatorships such as Azerbaijan, Eritrea, and Uzbekistan as well as established democracies such as the United Kingdom and Australia.
Since the collapse of Peruvian President Alberto Fujimori's authoritarian
government in November 2000, democratically elected President Alejandro Toledo Manrique has tried to design policies to continue economic growth, provide civil security, and cultivate Peruvian democracy.