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Parties and Coalition Politics: A Comparative Study

Sunil Kumar (Author)
Synopsis This book is a dispassionate attempt to study alliances and coalitions as they exist in the political system. It covers all important aspects of alliance politics in a comparative perspective - three federations India, Canada and Australia being the prime focus. The book provides a comprehensive classification of alliances on the basis of an objective criterion. The nature and functioning of alliances is examined in detail with a special emphasis on the factors which govern their formation, durability and disintegration. Impact of coalition politics on various political institutions particularly, the behavior of political parties is assessed critically. And to attain all these objectives, the book explores the origin and nature of parties, party systems and alliances of India, Canada and Australia. This work is, therefore, expected to enhance the understanding of the working of alliances and coalitions and can be as useful to a politician as to a serious student of politics.
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About the author

Sunil Kumar

Dr. Sunil Kumar teaches in the Department of History, Delhi University. He received his Ph.D. from Duke University in 1992. His book ‘The Emergence of the Delhi Sultanate 1190-1290’ is in press. Meanwhile he has completed another manuscript titled, ‘Sites of Power and Resistance: A Study of Sultanate Monumental Architecture’. Dr. Kumar resides in Saket, in South Delhi, near the sites discussed in this book.

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Bibliographic information

Title Parties and Coalition Politics: A Comparative Study
Author Sunil Kumar
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.2004
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
isbn 8176580287
length xxiv+176p.; Tables; Figures; Notes; Index; 23cm.