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Die politische Landschaft Georgiens

  • Amalia OganjanyanEmail author
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Zusammenfassung

Mit dem Referendum für die Unabhängigkeit des Landes sowie dem Zerfall der Sowjetunion begannen Anfang 1990 die Transformationsprozesse in Georgien. Obwohl es den Georgiern in letzten 25 Jahren gelang, einen funktionierenden Staat aufzubauen, ist die Demokratisierung des Landes noch längst nicht abgeschlossen. In dieser Zeitspanne hat sich Georgien von einer semi-präsidentiellen Republik zu einer parlamentarischen Demokratie gewandelt. Heute gehört Georgien immer noch zu den „hybrid regimes“ und ist durch ein „dominant power“ gekennzeichnetes politisches System geprägt. Gleichzeitig verfügt Georgien über eine relativ offene und von zahlreichen Akteuren geprägte politische Landschaft.

Schlüsselwörter

Georgien Organjanyan Hybrid regimes Wandel Politisches System Politische Landschaft 

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  1. 1.Fakultät für Sozial- PolitikwissenschaftenIvane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State UniversityTiflisGeorgien

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