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The politics of presidential term limits / First edition

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자료유형
단행본
개인저자
Baturo, Alexander. Elgie, Robert.
서명 / 저자사항
The politics of presidential term limits / edited by Alexander Baturo and Robert Elgie.
판사항
First edition.
발행사항
Oxford, United Kingdom ;   New York, NY :   Oxford University Press,   2019.  
형태사항
xxii, 643 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
ISBN
9780198837404 0198837402
요약
Presidential term limits are one of the most important institutions in presidentialism. They are at the center of contemporary and historical debates and political battles between incumbent presidents seeking additional terms and their political opponents warning against democratic backsliding and the dangers of personalism. Bringing the team of country experts, comparativists, theorists, constitutional lawyers, and policy practitioners together, The Politics of Presidential Term Limits is a book that aims to provide a one-stop source for the comprehensive study of this topic. It includes theory and survey chapters that explain presidential term limits as an idea, constitutional norm, and an institution; country and comparative chapters including historical, intra-regime, and comparative regional studies, chapters that examine the effects of term limits as well as studies from the perspective of on-the-ground international constitutional builders and that ask what difference do term limits make.--Provided by publisher
서지주기
Includes bibliographical references and index.
일반주제명
Presidents --Term of office. Democracy. Comparative government.
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Cover -- The Politics of Presidential Term Limits -- Copyright -- Contents -- List of Figures -- List of Tables -- List of Contributors -- 1: Presidential Term Limits -- CHOICES, CHOICES—CONSTITUTIONS AND PRESIDENTIAL TERM LIMITS -- THE PROS AND CONS OF PRESIDENTIAL TERM LIMITS -- THE INTRODUCTION, ABOLITION, AND AMENDMENT OF PRESIDENTIAL TERM LIMITS -- THE EFFECT OF PRESIDENTIAL TERM LIMITS -- BOOK STRUCTURE -- NOTES -- BIBLIOGRAPHY -- Section I -- 2: Theorizing Presidential Rotation -- ROTATION IN OFFICE -- ROTATION IN ANCIENT GREECE -- CONCLUSION -- NOTES -- REFERENCES -- 3: One Size Does Not Fit All: The Provision and Interpretation of Presidential Term Limits -- EXECUTIVE TERM LIMITS ACROSS TIME AND SPACE -- TERM LIMIT EVASION -- UNAMENDABILITY -- JURISPRUDENCE -- CONCLUSION -- NOTES -- BIBLIOGRAPHY -- 4: Term Limits and the Unconstitutional Constitutional Amendment Doctrine: Lessons from Latin America -- THE RISE OF THE UCA DOCTRINE -- THE UCA DOCTRINE AND TERM LIMITS -- VARIABLE OUTCOMES -- Courts Blocking Amendments to Extend Term Limit: Colombia 2010 -- Courts Allowing Amendments to Extend Term Limits: Ecuador 2014 -- Courts Holding Term Limits to Be Unconstitutional: Honduras 2015 -- TRANSNATIONAL ANCHORING AND TERM LIMIT DECISIONS IN LATIN AMERICA -- CONCLUSION -- NOTES -- BIBLIOGRAPHY -- 5: Continuismo in Comparison: Avoidance, Extension, and Removal of Presidential Term Limits -- PRESIDENTIAL CONTINUISMO -- CONTINUISMO: “EXTENDERS,” TIMES, COMPONENTS (TYPES) -- TYPOLOGY OF CONTINUISMO -- Continuismo: Avoidance -- Continuismo: Extension -- Continuismo: Removal -- Continuismo: Summary -- THE CONSEQUENCES OF CONTINUISMO FOR PRESIDENTS IN OFFICE -- CONCLUSIONS -- REFERENCES -- Section II -- 6: Presidential Term Limits in Latin America: c.1820–1985 -- PRESIDENTIAL TERM LIMITS IN LATINAMERICA: A SHORT OVERVIEW -- DEBATES AND ARGUMENTS ON PRESIDENTIAL TERM LIMITS IN LATIN AMERICA -- PRESIDENTIAL TERM LIMITS AND DEMOCRACY IN LATIN AMERICA -- CONCLUSIONS -- NOTES -- BIBLIOGRAPHY -- 7: Presidential Term Limits as aCredible-Commitment MechanismThe Case of Brazil’s Military Regime -- INTRODUCTION: BRAZIL’S LONG MILITARY REGIME -- THE MILITARY IN POLITICS -- THE ESTABLISHMENT OF AND COMPLIANCE WITH TERM LIMITS IN BRAZIL -- Empirical Analysis -- THE CONSEQUENCES OF TERM LIMITS, THEIR ABOLITION, AND ABUSE -- CONCLUSION -- NOTES -- BIBLIOGRAPHY -- 8: The Politics of Presidential Term Limits in Mexico -- THE HISTORY OF TERM LIMITS IN MEXICO -- THE OPERATION OF THE COMPLETELY TERM-LIMITED POST-REVOLUTIONARY REGIME -- CONSEQUENCES OF TERM LIMITS -- Presidential Domination of Congress -- Clientelism -- Corruption -- Individual Mobility -- Generational Succession -- The Sexennial Cycle -- CONCLUSIONS AND PROSPECTS FOR CHANGE -- BIBLIOGRAPHY -- 9: Presidential Term Limits in Nicaragua -- PRESIDENTIAL TERM LIMITS IN NICARAGUA -- An Overview of Nicaragua’s Political History -- ADOPTING TERM LIMITS IN NICARAGUA -- ENDING TERM LIMITS IN NICARAGUA -- CONSEQUEN.
CES OF TERM LIMITS -- CONCLUSION -- REFERENCES -- 10: The Politics of Presidential Term Limits in Tunisia -- TERM LIMITS IN POSTCOLONIAL TUNISIA -- BEN ALI’S FAÇADE DEMOCRACY -- HOW TERM LIMITS WERE INTRODUCED, MAINTAINED, AND ABOLISHED -- Term Limits and Post-Revolutionary Politics -- CONSEQUENCES -- CONCLUSION -- REFERENCES -- 11: Presidential Term Limits in Togo: Electoral Accountability Postponed -- TERM LIMITS IN TOGO: A CHRONOLOGY OF CONSTITUTIONAL CHANGE -- The First Republic -- The Second Republic -- The End of the Second Republic—Enter Eyadéma -- The Third Republic to 2005 -- The Sovereign National Conference and Term Limits -- ON AGAIN, OFF AGAIN REFORMS -- Institutional Elements of Eyadéma’s Rule -- Democratic Backsliding and Term Limits -- The King is Dead! Long Live the King! -- Opposing Clan Rule is a Dangerous Game -- CONSEQUENCES OF PRESIDENTIAL TERM LIMITS AND THEIR ABSENCE -- CONCLUSION -- NOTES -- REFERENCES -- 12: Presidential Terms in Kazakhstan: Less is More? -- FROM INDIRECT TO DIRECT ELECTION AND THE FIRST SHORTENED TERM IN OFFICE: 1990–91 -- NEW CONSTITUTIONS AND NEW TERM OF OFFICE: 1991–95 -- FROM FIVE-YEAR TO SEVEN-YEAR TERM: 1995–2007 -- Fending Off Challengers in the Early Election of 1999 -- Supressing Opposition and Staying Ahead in the Electoral Game -- FROM TWO-TERM LIMIT TO NO LIMIT: 2007–PRESENT -- CONSEQUENCES OF TERM LIMITS -- CONCLUSION -- NOTES -- REFERENCES -- 13: China: Limiting and Regularizing Top Political Power -- THE CHINESE PRESIDENCY: INSTITUTIONAL DESIGNS -- EVOLUTION OF TERM LIMITING INSTITUTIONS -- The Early Republic(s): 1912–49 -- Party Rule and Party Politics 1949–78 -- Post-1980: Long Path toward Institutionalization -- TERM LIMITS IN CHINA: LOGIC AND CONTEXT -- REVOLUTIONARY ORIGINS -- INSTITUTIONALIZING SUCCESSION -- TERMS AS COOPERATION ENABLING INSTITUTIONS -- CHALLENGES AND UNCERTAINTIES -- INTO THE XI JINPING ERA -- CONSEQUENCES OF TERM LIMITS IN CHINA -- CONCLUSIONS -- REFERENCES -- 14: Term Limits and Succession in Dictatorships -- THE IMPORTANCE OF TERM LIMITS IN AUTHORITARIAN REGIMES -- HISTORY -- TERM LIMITS IN AUTHORITARIAN REGIMES -- Single-Party Dictatorships -- Personalist Regimes -- Military Regimes -- WHY ARE TERM LIMITS ADOPTED? -- HOW TERM LIMITS ARE ELIMINATED -- ENFORCEMENT OF TERM LIMITS -- CONSEQUENCES OF TERM LIMITS -- REFERENCES -- Section III -- 15: The Politics of Presidential Term Limits in Malawi -- THE HISTORY OF THE DEBATE ABOUT TERM LIMITS -- Term Limits and the New Constitutional Order, 1993–95 -- The Struggle and Debate over a Third Term for Muluzi, 2001–3 -- Revisiting the Issue—The 2009 Elections -- THE REASONS FOR THE INTRODUCTION AND “STABILITY” OF TERM LIMITS -- CONSEQUENCES OF PRESIDENTIAL TERM LIMITS IN MALAWI -- CONCLUSION -- NOTES -- REFERENCES -- 16: Should I Stay or Should I Go? Term Limits, Elections, and Political Change in Kenya, Uganda, and Zambia -- TERM LIMITS AS AN ACT OF POLITICAL COMPROMISE -- Trading Political Eligibility for Term Limits i.
n Kenya -- Trading Political Exclusion for Term Limits in Zambia -- Trading “No-Party Democracy” for Term Limits in Uganda -- Of Compromise and Commitment -- TERM LIMITS UNDER FIRE -- Chiluba and the ‘Third-Term Debate’ in Zambia -- Museveni’s U-turn in Uganda -- Moi and the Institutionalization of Term Limits in Kenya -- Explaining Institutionalization -- THE CONSEQUENCES OF TERM LIMITS IN KENYA, UGANDA, AND ZAMBIA -- The Consequences of Term Limits in Kenya -- The Consequences of Term Limits in Zambia -- CONCLUSION -- NOTES -- REFERENCES -- 17: Senegal (1970–2016): Presidential Term Limit Reforms Never Come Alone -- HISTORY OF DEBATE ON PRESIDENTIAL TERM LIMITS AND TERM LENGTHS -- REASONS FOR THE INTRODUCTION, ABOLITION, AND CIRCUMVENTION OF TERM LIMITS AND LENGTHS -- The 1970 Reform -- The 1976 Reform -- The 1991 Reform -- The 1998 Reform -- The 2001 Reform -- The 2008 Reform -- The 2012 Circumvention -- The 2016 Reform -- CONSEQUENCES OF OSCILLATING REFORMS OF TERM LIMITS AND LENGTHS -- CONCLUSION -- NOTES -- REFERENCES -- Legal Documents -- 18: Presidential Term Limits in Burkina Faso -- PRESIDENTIAL TERM LIMITS OVER TIME -- WHY WERE PRESIDENTIAL TERM LIMITS INTRODUCED, ABOLISHED, AND REINTRODUCED? -- WHAT WAS THE EFFECT OF TENSIONS OVER TERM LIMITS? -- CONCLUSION -- NOTES -- BIBLIOGRAPHY -- 19: The Uses and Abuses of Presidential Term Limits in Russian Politics -- THE HISTORY OF PRESIDENTIAL TERMS LIMITS IN RUSSIA -- FACTORS SHAPING THE OPERATION OF TERM LIMITS -- THE EFFECTS OF TERM LIMITS -- CONCLUSION -- APPENDIX: THE SURVEY -- NOTES -- BIBLIOGRAPHY -- Section IV -- 20: The Politics of Presidential Term Limits in the United States -- PRESIDENTIAL TERM LIMITS ACROSS AMERICAN HISTORY -- DEBATES OVER TERM LIMIT RULES -- CONSEQUENCES OF TERM LIMITS -- CONCLUSION -- NOTES -- REFERENCES -- 21: Presidential Term Limits in Europe -- PRESIDENTIAL TERM LIMITS IN EUROPE FROM THE NINETEENTH CENTURY ONWARDS -- DEBATES ABOUT PRESIDENTIAL TERM LIMITS IN EUROPE -- THE CONSEQUENCES OF PRESIDENTIAL TERM LIMITS IN EUROPE -- CONCLUSION -- NOTES -- REFERENCES -- 22: Term Limits in South Korea: Promises and Perils -- CONSTITUTIONS AND TERM-LIMIT REVISIONS PRIOR TO THE 1987 CONSTITUTION -- 1952 and 1954 Constitutional Revisions -- Two Constitutions, 1960 and 1963, and a Coup -- Constitutional Revision, 1969, and the Yushin Constitution, 1972 -- The 1980 and 1987 Constitutions -- TALKS OR PROPOSALS OF TERM-LIMIT REVISIONS SINCE THE 1987 CONSTITUTION -- Constitutional Talks in the Era of the Three Kims, 1988–2000 -- Constitutional and Term-Limit Revision Talks since 2000 -- CONSEQUENCES OF PRESIDENTIAL TERM LIMITS -- The Term Limit and Party Politics -- Term Limits and the Economy -- Term Limits and Democracy -- CONCLUSION -- NOTES -- REFERENCES -- 23: The Politics of Presidential Term Limits in Argentina -- PRESIDENTIAL TERM LIMITS IN ARGENTINA -- Juan Domingo Perón and the Constitution of 1949 -- Constitutional Amendments and Regime Instability -- Constitution.

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