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    Title: 哈薩克斯坦政治轉型中之新宗族主義特色
    Other Titles: Neopatrimonialism in political transition of Kazakhstan
    Authors: 楊奇峰;Yang, Chi-Feng
    Contributors: 淡江大學歐洲研究所碩士班
    Keywords: 新宗族主義;哈薩克斯坦;政治轉型;中亞政治;Neopatrimonialism;Kazakhstan;Political Transition;politics of Central Asia
    Date: 2017
    Issue Date: 2018-08-03 14:35:48 (UTC+8)
    Abstract:   自1991年蘇聯解體之後,哈薩克斯坦也成為了獨立共和國,並且針對舊蘇聯體制進行了制度轉型,如今哈薩克斯坦雖擁有民主形式的制度,卻成為了一個威權總統制國家──上、下議會皆被執政黨與親政權政黨所把持,使立法權形同總統個人統治的延伸。經過制度轉型重塑的哈薩克斯坦遺留著前蘇聯治理的模式與恩從網絡的非正式運作。本文的研究目的為:
      Since the collapse of the Soviet Union, Kazakhstan became an independent state. However, due to weak state capacity, the political transition of Kazakhstan is characterized by the passive institutional design. Kazakhstan has become an authoritarian regime. Actors of transition transform Soviet system partially. Even though Kazakhstan possesses formal institution, such as constitution, electoral system and political parties, the state is indeed in control by the president and its patron-client network. The purposes of the thesis are to defining the characteristics of neopatrimonial regime; to analyze how pre-Soviet and Soviet legacies of Kazakhstan affect its political transition; to analyze the presidential system, constitution of Kazakhstan, and to discuss three key actors of patronal system in Kazakhstan -- president, oligarchs, technocrats. Now Kazakhstan is facing its critical juncture, only the president has the power to determine the next step of political transition in Kazakhstan.
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