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Understanding Prime Ministerial Leadership in the 21st Century



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Fathoming Fragility and Seeking Stability: Understanding Prime Ministerial Leadership in the 21st Century

This seminar explored the phenomenon that the prime minister is becoming stronger in Japan at the same time that the UK prime minister seems to be weakening. Traditionally the Japanese prime minister was regarded as a transient, weak, compromise figure but this has changed in recent years. In the UK, intra-party and executive-legislative dynamics have shifted in a way that has weakened the prime minister. The seminar explored factors such as the broader socio-economic context, the core executive, party relations, individual styles and skills, celebrity politics and psychological factors.

More info here: https://dajf.org.uk/event/fathoming-fragility-and-seeking-stability-understanding-prime-ministerial-leadership-in-the-21st-century

Music: "ものしりのそらへ" by mekoisu (http://freemusicarchive.org/music/mekoisu/No_More_Cool_-_Compilation_Vol1_-_Indie_Music_Across_Japan_2015/________________________)
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