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Source: Russian politologist Stanislaw Belkowski in "Ist Putin bereits der viertreichste Mann der Welt?" Welt Online, 20 January 2008.
The term transformational leadership was created by the politologist, Burns, in 1978, but was subsequently developed by Bernard M.
Tataru-Cazaban borrows the phrase secularisation amiable from the French historian and politologist Rene Remond who employed it as a definition of the relation between the united Europe and religion within the political project of modernity.
The fate of some 150 million people who inhabit the former Soviet sphere of influence in Central and Eastern Europe and who are opposed to Russia's expansion into their territory is of no interest to him (in this he agrees with politologist Stephen Cohen of Princeton University and with journalist Patrick Buchanan).
(1) (Politologist Vladimir Tismaneanu did not succeed in being more convincing, not even a bit, including in the pages of the Report the name of his own father ...
In special medical group are engaged the majority of the economists, politologists of faculty (Hapacheva, 2014).
According to many politologists, statehood can only be achieved if there is democracy as a new form of government within a particular state.