Vladimir Gel’man's Definition of Political Regime Questions Question One Vladimir Gel’man offers this definition of political regime: “a special type of political ‘game’ that includes two basic elements: (1) a set of political actors (‘players’) who control the resources available to them and utilize particular strategies to accomplish their goals; and (2) an aggregate set of institutions or ‘rules of the game,’ which impose limitations and create incentives for the actions of the political actors” (6). With this kept in mind, the defining features of the Soviet-style political regime can be found through an exploration of the nature of these ‘aggregate set of institutions.’ Those aggregate institutions may be further articulated through...The end:
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