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Politische Leistungsbilanz

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Zusammenfassung

Die Reduzierung der drückenden sozioökonomischen Problem- und Reformlast war und ist ein zentrales Anliegen aller post-autoritären Regierungen der Philippinen. War die Reformierung extrem ungleicher ländlicher Besitzverhältnisse Aquinos sozialreformerisches Ziel, so legte Ramos besonderes Gewicht auf ökonomische Liberalisierungs- und Stabilisierungsmaßnamen sowie die Reform des Steuersystems. Der parlamentarische Weg der Steuer- und Agrarreform sowie die Leistungsbilanz beider Programme kann uns weitere wertvolle Hinweise auf die Ergebnisse philippinischer Politik im Allgemeinen sowie das Einflusspotential oligarchischer Interessen auf politische Entscheidungen im Besonderen geben. Schließlich soll eine Analyse der philippinischen Außenpolitik Aufschluss über den Beitrag der Philippinen zur Vertiefung regionaler, interregionaler und globaler Kooperation geben.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Institut für Politische WissenschaftUniversität Erlangen-NürnbergErlangenDeutschland

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