By Pauline Jones Luong
This booklet makes vital claims: first, that mineral-rich states are cursed no longer via their wealth yet, fairly, via the possession constitution they selected to regulate their mineral wealth and moment, that susceptible associations will not be inevitable in mineral-rich states. each one represents an important departure from the traditional source curse literature, which has handled possession constitution as a relentless throughout time and house and has presumed that mineral-rich nations are incapable of both construction or maintaining robust associations – rather economic regimes. The adventure of the 5 petroleum-rich Soviet successor states (Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, the Russian Federation, Turkmenistan, and Uzbekistan) presents a transparent problem to either one of those assumptions. Their respective developmental trajectories for the reason that independence show not just that possession constitution can fluctuate even throughout nations that percentage an analogous institutional legacy but additionally that this alteration is helping to provide an explanation for the divergence of their next monetary regimes.
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As cited in Karnow, Vietnam, p. 11. Karnow, Vietnam, p. 255. As cited in George C. Herring, America’s Longest War: The United States and Vietnam, 1950–1975, 2nd edition, New York, Alfred A. Knopf, 1986, p. 56. Herring, America’s Longest War, p. 57. Herring, America’s Longest War, p. 61. 51 Second, unlike in Germany and Japan, democracy was not the priority in Vietnam. Halting the communist advance was more important, which is why the bulk of foreign assistance went on military spending. The greater emphasis on military aid meant less funding for sustainable development programmes, and a reduced effort to understand how democracy could be adapted to Vietnamese culture, or if indeed this was at all desired or possible.
34. 18 Introduction: dangerous hubris rearmament for self-defence purposes). MacArthur then forced his draft on the Japanese cabinet, the members of which made minor revisions and then adopted it, as did the Diet with no further changes. The new constitution went into effect in 1947. As in Germany, the Japanese public desired a distinctly different government from the imperialistic and militaristic rulers who had brought them to defeat, although the emphasis was not on decentralisation as in Germany, but rather on general democratic reforms.
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Oil Is Not a Curse: Ownership Structure and Institutions in Soviet Successor States by Pauline Jones Luong