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    • Global disorder and the limits of 'dialogue' 

      Salt, J. (Routledge, 2008)
      Since 2001 (designated as the UN Year of Dialogue Among Civilisations) several initiatives have been developed as a means of resolving problems whose causes have been ascribed, primarily by Samuel Huntington and Bernard ...
    • Parliamentary immunity in democratizing countries: the case of Turkey 

      Wigley, S. (The Johns Hopkins University Press, 2009)
      This article examines the effect that shielding elected representatives from criminal law might have in those countries that are undergoing democratization. Parliamentary immunity helps to compensate for any shortfall in ...
    • Partisan legitimacy across generations 

      Anderson, C. J.; Just A. (Elsevier, 2012)
      In this paper we argue that parties shape their supporters' views about the political system via the messages they communicate about the desirability of the political system. Moreover, we contend that the effectiveness of ...
    • A tale of two mayors: courts and politics in Iran and Turkey 

      Shambayati, H. (Cambridge University Press, 2004)
      Countries such as Iran and Turkey do not fit comfortably into the democratic and authoritarian categories. In these countries, elections are held regularly, and the will of the people is accepted as one source of sovereignty. ...