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To test the robustness of the results, I alternatively use the variable Duration from Boix, Miller, and Rosato (2012), which "equals the number of consecutive years the country has had the same regime type.
For example, if revolutionary regime type was a constant in the early Cold War years, why did its pernicious effects only begin in 1958?
In practice, a vast range of entities and regime types restrict religious freedom, including national and local governments, majority religious groups, and nonstate actors such as terrorist organizations.
High liberalism rests on Rawls's concept of justice as fairness, where institutions are arranged so that any inequalities that emerge are advantageous to the least fortunate, with his favored regime types "liberal (democratic) socialism" and "property-owning democracy" subsuming economic liberty to civic and political liberties.
empirical findings relating regime type and success in interstate war.
Real political freedom is related to the power of democratic politics, which can occur only in a pluralistic political regime type, whose ideal model was presented by R.
Such tasks are performed in democracies as in dictatorships and depend on infrastructural power for their effective and consistent enactment, regardless of regime type.
Now, we can envision specific cases as falling into (if the theory is sound) a larger struggle over fundamental ideas of the proper regime type.
Moral democratic realism takes the position that while power is central to international politics, ideals, ideology, and regime type also matter.
Finding the arguments citing regime type, cultural differences that might engender perceptions of barbaric identity, or organizational cultures and parochial interests of military service branches to be not supported by the evidence, Downes (political science, Duke U.
The resulting typology of high-capacity democratic, high-capacity nondemocratic, low-capacity democratic, and low-capacity nondemocratic regimes is used in comparative analyses to show that repertoires vary by regime type.

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