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Apr. 11th, 2017

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Можно ли квалифицировать решение президента Обамы, что его администрация не будет обеспечивать выполнение иммиграционных и некоторых других законов, хотя их никто официально не отменял, как проявление автократии и персонализма власти? Обама также издал несколько указов, которые идут вразрез с писаными законами страны. Эта персонифицированная практика управления приобрела довольно широкий масштаб за восемь лет его президентства при наличии вполне развитых «современных» институтов власти и их состязательности в американской политической системе.
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https://www.peacepalacelibrary.nl/ebooks/files/372451918.pdf

Russia could pre-empt the Ukrainian parliamentary vote by sending
security forces and BSF personnel camouflaged as local paramilitaries to occupy
Sevastopol in an overnight operation, as discussed by Aron.119 An emergency
meeting of the Sevastopol City Council would be called, resulting in the vote to
secede from Ukraine and join the Russian Federation. This would be followed by an
emergency meeting of the Crimean parliament that would vote to endorse the transfer
of Sevastopol to Russia...

About the Author
Taras Kuzio received a BA in Economics from the University of Sussex (1980), an MA
in Soviet Studies from the University of London (1985), and a PhD in Political Science
from the University of Birmingham, England (1998). He was a Post-Doctoral Fellow at
Yale University. He is a 2010-2011 Austrian Marshall Plan Foundation Visiting Fellow
at the Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies, John Hopkins University,
Washington. Kuzio is a Senior Research Fellow at the Chair of Ukrainian Studies,
University of Toronto, and Adjunct Research Professor, Carleton University, Ottawa. He
was previously a Transatlantic Fellow at the German Marshall Fund of the United States,
a Visiting Professor at the Institute for European, Russian and Eurasian Studies, George
Washington University, and Senior Research Fellow in the Centre for Russian and East
European Studies at the University of Birmingham. Kuzio is the author and editor of
fourteen books and is currently writing a Contemporary History of Ukraine. He is the
author of five think tank monographs and twenty-five book chapters, the most recent
being “Ukraine: Muddling Along,” in Sharon L. Wolchik and Jane L. Curry eds., Central
and East European Politics: From Communism to Democracy, Second Edition (Banham,
MD: Roman and Littlefield, 2011). He has authored over sixty scholarly articles on postcommunist
and Ukrainian politics, and has guest edited six special issues of academic
journals, including a recent issue of Communist and Post-Communist Studies on
“Communist Successor Parties in Central-Eastern Europe and Eurasia.” He is a long-time
contributor to the Jamestown Foundation and Jane’s Information Group and is the editor
of the monthly Ukraine Analyst.

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