Leaders (tagged articles)
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Creating the Cult of Xi Jinping: The Chinese Dream as a Leader Symbol
Brian Hart - Since the founding of the People's Republic of China in 1949, the Chinese Communist Party has used publicly displayed propaganda art as a means of maintaining power. During the early years of the PRC, propaganda posters played a large role in establishing a cult of... Keep Reading »
From Jalaluddin to Akbar: Analyzing the Akbarid Notion of Kingship
Saarang Narayan - Jalaluddin Mohammad Akbar is placed among the elite few in history; he is amongst the “Great”. Popularly known for his liberal policies and just administration, he is remembered widely as an ideal ruler. It is almost dangerous, thus, to analyse any of... Keep Reading »
Comparing the Political Theories of Lao Tzu and Machiavelli: Arguments in Favor of Political Rights and Fair Leadership
Rocco A. Astore - Within Lao Tzu’s Tao-Teh-Ching and Machiavelli’s The Prince, there are similar notions concerning how a ruler should maintain order and how he/she can be an effective leader. According to the former, it is best if people are blind to the operations of the... Keep Reading »
A "Born Leader:" The Fallacy of Identifying Leadership as an Innate Characteristic
Jessica C. Tselepy - Gazing up at rulers past and present, it is easy to attribute success to an innate and ineffable quality of greatness. We are led to believe from countless tales of heroism that with just a dash of lucky circumstance some individuals are simply better at leading than... Keep Reading »
Do Western-Educated Middle East Leaders Pass the Democracy Test?
Jessica Agostinelli - This research examines the assumed relationship between Western education and democracy as it relates to Middle East leadership. While previous literature on this topic has argued that a non-Western leader's Western education is a positive contributor to democratization... Keep Reading »
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