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Internationalized Regimes: A second dimension of regime hybridity

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Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)1169-1194
Number of pages26
Journaldemocratization
Volume20
Issue number7
Early online date18 May 2012
DOIs
Accepted/In press1 Feb 2012
E-pub ahead of print18 May 2012
Published2013

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Abstract

Traditional approaches have conceptualized political regimes almost exclusively with reference to domestic-level political factors. However, many current and historical political regimes have entailed a major role for international actors, and in some cases the external influence has been so great that regimes have become internationalized. This article explores the concept of ‘internationalized regimes’ and argues that they should be seen as a distinct form of hybrid regime type that demonstrates a distinct dimension of hybridity. Until now, regime hybridity has been conceived along a single dimension of domestic politics: the level of competitiveness. Yet, some regimes are characterized by a different type of hybridity, in which domestic and international authority are found together within a single political system. The article explores the dynamics of internationalized regimes within three settings, those of international occupation, international administration and informal empire.

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