- MapSearch. // Junior Scholastic;2/2/2009, Vol. 111 Issue 11, p10
The article offers facts and information about Afghanistan, including its population, government and economy.
- Seizure of Kunduz Another Sign of Taliban's Inevitability. Wellen, Russ // Foreign Policy in Focus;10/7/15, p1
A blog related to the capture of Kunduz, provincial capital of Afghanistan by fundamentalist organization Taliban is discussed.
- WRITE YOUR CONGRESSPERSON A LETTER. // Weekly Reader News - Senior;1/10/2003 Teacher's Guide, Vol. 81 Issue 16, p3
Presents an activity to write to a congressional representatives.
- Competing visions of Polish parliament, 1989-1993. Holc, Janine P. // East European Quarterly;Mar1995, Vol. 29 Issue 1, p69
Examines the manner in which competing visions of the identity of Polish parliament functioned between 1989 and 1993. Structure of executive-legislative relations in Poland; Institutional strategies; Presidentialist views of parliament; Rival representations of parliament.
- Foreign power. // Legaldate;Sep99, Vol. 11 Issue 4, p8
Reports on the determination by the High Court of Australia that One Nation Senate candidate Heather Hill was ineligible to take her seat in Parliament due to her retention of her British citizenship, Great Britain being ruled as a foreign power.
- Animal farm, circa 1994. Hayward, Steven // Reason;Mar94, Vol. 25 Issue 10, p50
Focuses on the concept of stakeholder representation. Extent of usage of stakeholding; Proposals for explicit stakeholder representation; Support for the concept by President Bill Clinton; Implications for democratic representation; Process components.
- Poll positions. Burka, Paul // Texas Monthly;Feb96, Vol. 24 Issue 2, p180
No abstract available.
- System overload. Lindsey, Brink // Policy Review;Winter91, Issue 55, p52
Focuses on the degradation of democracy in the United States. Incompatibility of overextended government with popular control; Growth in congressional staff; Influence of congressional lobbyists; Plebiscitary democracy.
- Government Structure. // Slovakia Country Review;2011, p51
The article provides information on the government structure of the parliamentary democracy of Slovakia wherein the elected president heads the state along with a prime minister and works with other branches of government including the legislative power, the executive power, and the judicial power.