However, they ask we the people to tolerate this dictatorship
for two months.
appear to be well attuned to the fact that legislatures and political parties prolong their lifespans.
They proclaim that the remaining of the Kurdistan Region President any longer is equal to dictatorship
and democratic failure.
Therefore, analysis suggests that dictatorships
which have excellent developmental results should postpone democratization as long as dictatorship
produces economic miracles.
The novel has been a privileged genre when recounting the horrors of dictatorship
in the Spanish language.
The story--based on a supposed interview with Jara de Cabezas --painted a positive picture of the dictatorship
, denied the existence in Argentina of extermination camps, and covered up not only the abduction in question but the government's genocidal policies as a whole.
But there are other ways of getting rid of dictatorships
Music and dictatorship
in Europe and Latin America.
still abound, true enough, but in contrast to the great totalitarian empires, they lack messianic aura and ecumenical pretensions; many of them, like China, are now trying to combine the monolithic politics of the single-party state with free-market economics and private enterprise.
Since schools are operated as miniature dictatorships
in which the school authorities give out the orders and the victims, the students, must unquestioningly follow those orders.
Johnson had suggested in a 1985 Commentary article that the apartheidists were another of Africa's tribes that had successfully used the state to suppress rival populations, much as victors in other ethnic dictatorships
We pretend we care about "democracy" in Cuba--we who have supported dictatorships
all over Latin America for 100 years and in Cuba itself until Fidel Castro came to power.
28, 1997, which generals thought would continue for 1,000 years, from typical dictatorships
He is described as a key figure in setting up Operacion Condor, the coordinated repression implemented by the dictatorships
of Paraguay, Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, and Uruguay (NotiSur, June 1, 2001).
From Nazism to Communism; German schoolteachers under two dictatorships