POLITICAL SYSTEMS OF THE UK, USA, USSR, FRANCE, SWITZERLAND, AND PRC IN A COMPARATIVE PERSPECTIVE: A KEY TO UNDERSTANDING COMPARATIVE GOVERNMENT AND POLITICS
By: Debarshi Khamrui
Category: POLITICAL SCIENCE / General
Delivery Time: 7-9 Days
ABOUT THE BOOK
• An in-depth analysis of the British Constitution. Convention. Rule of law. Law-making procedures. Comparative analysis of citizen’s rights in the UK, USA, France, and PRC. Comparative discussion of Party Systems in the UK and USA. • Bird’s eye view on the US Political System. Comparison between the American President and the British Prime Minister. Comparative analysis of the American President and the British King. Comparative analysis of the American Senate and the Upper Houses of other countries. Comparison amongst the judicial systems of America, Britain, and China. • A concise and effective discussion of the Russian Political System. Comparative discussion of the American and Russian Federations. Comparative discussion of powers and functions of the Russian and American Presidents. • In-depth study of the French Political System. Comparison between the French President and the American President. Comparative discussion of the French Prime Minister and British Prime Minister. Comparison between the French Cabinet and British Cabinet.• Concise and effective study of the Swiss Political System. Comparison between Swiss and American Federalism. Comparison between the Swiss Federal Council and the British Cabinet. Comparison between the Swiss Federal Tribunal and the American Supreme Court. • An elaborate discussion on the Political System of the PRC. Fundamental Rights and Duties of Chinese citizens. Standing Committee of the National People’s Congress. Role of the Chinese Communist Party. • Short answer type questions according to the CBCS System of universities. • Question Bank at the end of each chapter. This book shall prove to be a useful guide for students of comparative politics and also for those who have a burning desire to crack competitive examinations such as NET, SLET, and Civil Services.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Debarshi Khamrui is an Assistant Professor at Asutosh College in the Department of Political Science. Previously he taught as an Assistant Professor at Jhargram Raj College, Government of West Bengal. He completed post-graduation in Political Science from Rabindra Bharati University, in 2006 and cleared SLET Examination in 2007. Debarshi Khamrui has been teaching for 15 years. He has written many articles which have been published in UGC Journals and also in several books. He has presented papers in international seminars. He has a specialization in public administration. His area of interest is Public Administration, Indian Constitution, Constitutional Laws, Legal Literacy, Comparative Politics, and Western Political Thought.