Chapter 2 State vs. Regime vs government
Terms in this set (20)
A monopoly of force and set of political institutions
the norms and rules that establish the proper relation between freedom and equality.
The combination of state, regime, government and the people with the given political system.
The leadership to run the state
are able to fulfill basic task such as defending their territory, making and enforcing laws, collecting taxes and managing the economy
failed state which lack authority and legitimacy
political power is concentrated at the national level and local authority is limited.
Rise of the Modern State
Three important qualities that sets them apart: 1. Encouraged economic development. 2. encouraged technological innovation. 3. Provide domestic stability
Treaty of Westphalia (1948)
End of the 30 yr war. Key points: State autonomy, doctrine of non-intervention, legal equality among different states, the principal of state sovereignty and right of political self-determination.
Max Weber 3 types of Legitimacy
Traditional Legitimacy, Rational-legal Legitimacy and Charismatic Legitimacy
is a sense of belonging to the nation.
is pride in a group of people whose political destiny is to be sovereign and separate from another group
An individual or a group relation to the state. May come from birth or by naturalization.
Is simply having pride in a person's state
Social attributes unique to a group
a conflict among ethnic groups that seek a political or economical goal
Want to restore political, social and or economic institution.
sets of political values held by individuals regarding the fundamental goals of politics
elimination of state power
advancement of a superior group or race
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