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System of racial integration in South Africa from 1948 to 1994Apartheid
military intervenes to help oust of date regimes, resulting in revolutionary changeBreakthrough coup
Crop gown for profit not subsistenceCash crop for profit not subsistence
Gains from trade through different factor endowments in different countriesComparative Advantage
US foreign policy during the Cold War, restricting communist expansionContainment (of Communism)
Overthrowing the government that gained power by coup d'etatCountercoup
When a democracy matures and is unlikely to revert to an authoritarian regime without external shockDemocratic Consolidation
Transition to a more democratic political regimeDemocratisation
Resources flowing from poor to rich countries, enriching the latter a the expense of the formerDependency theory
The view that the democratic process has not been proven until elections have removed two regimes fairly and peacefully from officeDouble turnover criteria
Higher production decreasing the per unit costEconomies of Scale
Representative democracy based on electionElectoral democracy
Political body disintegrating to the point of not functioningFailed state
Military intervenes to rescue state from civilian mismanagementGuardian coup
A states use of military force against another state committing human rights violations, primarily to end the abuseHumanitarian intervention
Extending a country's power and influence through colonisation and the use of military forceImperialism
Authoritarian state run by high ranking officers of the militaryJunta
A government with severe and systematic problems with the ruling class taking advantage of corruption and expanding their personal wealth and powerKleptocracy
Representative democracy with protection for individual liberty and property by rule of lawLiberal democracy
Relaxation of government restrictions (social, political and economic)Liberalisation
Two party systemMultiparty democracy
Geopolitical practice of using capitalism, globalisation, and cultural imperialism to influence a countryNeo-Colomnialism
A nation considered to be an outcast in the international communityPariah state
Political system with more than one centre of powerPluralistic democracy
Conflict between two nations where neither country directly engages the otherProxy war
Indirect democracy where sovereignty is held by the people's representativesRepresentative democracy
Global political commitment endorsed by all UN members, to prevent genocides, crimes against humanity, ethnic cleansing and war crimesResponsibility to protect
Withdrawal of a group from a larger entitySecession
The claim of supreme political authority over a territorySovereignty
The ratio of a state's income from exports measured against the cost of its importsTerm of trade
When resources are not used to their full socio-economic potentialUnderdevelopment
State ruled by gangsters only there to enrich themselves from the treasury and they destroy wealthVampire state
Military intervenes to prevent social development from damaging its corporate interests, preventing targeted social groups from taking overVeto Coup
Unstable state that seeks to serve the private interests of its leaders and does not seek to generate legitimacy among citizens or provide public serviceWarlord state