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  1. Hace 17 horas · L'Allemagne est le pays le plus apprécié du monde, ceci d'après des sondages effectués à la demande de la BBC en mai 2013 9, du GfK en novembre 2014 10 et de U.S. News en janvier 2016 11. Comme destination d'immigration, elle est une des terres préférées, se classant ainsi deuxième dans le monde 12, après les États-Unis.

    • en allemand : Einigkeit und Recht und Freiheit (« Unité et droit et liberté »), non officielle
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  2. hace 2 días · According to the most recent data, Germany 's population is 83,695,430 (31 March 2022) [7] making it the most populous country in the European Union, and the nineteenth-most populous country in the world. The total fertility rate was rated at 1.53 in 2020, [4] which is far below the replacement rate of 2.1.

    • 9.3 births/1,000 population (2020)
    • 0.1 (2021)
    • 11.8 deaths/1,000 population (2020)
    • 83,695,430 (31 March 2022)
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  4. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › DictatorshipDictatorship - Wikipedia

    • Etymology
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    • Measuring Dictatorships
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    The word dictator comes from the Latin language word dictātor, agent noun from dictare (dictāt-, past participial stem of dictāre dictate v. + -or -or suffix). In Latin use, a dictator was a judge in the Roman Republictemporarily invested with absolute power.

    A dictatorship is a form of government in which absolute power is concentrated in the hands of a leader or group and it aims to abolish political pluralism and civilian mobilization. It is contrasted with democracy, in which power belongs to the population and rulers are chosen through contested elections. Political scientist Barbara Geddes describ...

    One of the tasks in political science is to measure and classify regimes as either dictatorships or democracies. US based Freedom House, Polity IV and Democracy-Dictatorship Index are three of the most used data seriesby political scientists. Generally, two research approaches exist: the minimalist approach, which focuses on whether a country has c...

    Dictators in the Roman Empire

    During the Republican phase of Ancient Rome, a Roman dictator was the special magistrate who held well defined powers, normally for six months at a time, usually in combination with a consulship. Roman dictators were allocated absolute power during times of emergency. In execution, their power was originally neither arbitrary nor unaccountable, being subject to law and requiring retrospective justification. There were no such dictatorships after the beginning of the 2nd century BC, and later...

    Post-classical and early modern dictatorships

    Japan and Korea saw several military dictatorships during the post-classical era. During the early stages of the Goguryeo–Tang War in 642, Yeon Gaesomun organized a coup in the Goguryeo Kingdom and established himself as a military dictator. A coup took place in the Goryeo Kingdom in 1170, establishing the Goryeo military regimefor the next century. Shogun was the title of the military dictators of Japan during most of the period spanning from 1185 to 1868. Nominally appointed by the Emperor,...

    19th century dictatorships

    Dictatorship developed as a major form of government in the 19th century, though in Europe it was often thought of in terms of Bonapartism and Caesarism.The concept of dictatorship was not universally seen pejoratively at the time, with both a tyrannical concept and a quasi-constitutional concept of dictatorship understood to exist. The Spanish American wars of independence took place in the early-19th century, creating many new Latin American governments. Many of these governments fell under...

    Mancur Olsonsuggests that the emergence of dictatorships can be linked to the concept of "roving bandits", individuals in an atomic system who move from place to place extracting wealth from individuals. These bandits provide a disincentive for investment and production. Olson states that a community of individuals would be served less badly if tha...

    Ezrow, Natasha M.; Frantz, Erica (2011). Dictators and Dictatorships: Understanding Authoritarian Regimes and Their Leaders. Bloomsbury. ISBN 9781441196828.
    Lee, Stephen J. (2016). European Dictatorships 1918-1945 (4th ed.). Routledge. ISBN 9781315646176.
    Staar, Richard F. (1982). Communist Regimes in Eastern Europe (4th ed.). Hoover Institution Press. ISBN 9780817976934.
    Behrends, Jan C. Dictatorship: Modern Tyranny Between Leviathan and Behemoth, in Docupedia Zeitgeschichte, 14 March 2017
    Dikötter, Frank. How to Be a Dictator: The Cult of Personality in the Twentieth Century (2019) scholarly analysis of eight despots: Mussolini, Hitler, Stalin and Mao, as well as Kim Il-sung of Nort...
    William J. Dobson (2013). The Dictator's Learning Curve: Inside the Global Battle for Democracy. Anchor. ISBN 978-0-307-47755-2.
    Finchelstein, Federico. The ideological origins of the dirty war: Fascism, populism, and dictatorship in twentieth century Argentina(Oxford UP, 2017).
  5. 02/08/2022 · Regarde la météo de vol (METAR et TAF) pour Celle Army Airfield, Allemagne

  6. 02/08/2022 · Zu den 159 Verkehrslande-, 232 Sonderlande- und 4 Flugplätzen mit anderer Klassifizierung werden in der nachstehenden Tabelle jeweils der Name, der Ort, das zugehörige Bundesland, die Klassifizierung, der ICAO-Code, die Höhenlage, Daten der Start- und Landebahn (en) (SLB) sowie die Koordinaten gemäß Veröffentlichung der Deutschen ...

  7. 200 langues traduites par un seul programme : Facebook — désormais Meta — repousse les limites de la traduction automatique par IA. Par Olivier Lascar le 02.08.2022 à 13h11 Ecouter 6 min ...