Designed primarily as an introductory textbook for Graduate and Post-Graduate students offering comparative politics as a compulsory course, the book provides a lucid and up-to-date presentation of the dimensions of the comparative politics—Constitutionalism, Political System, Basic Concepts, Ideology and Change, Comparative Organs of the Governments, Electoral Systems, etc. <br>,br> Key Features <br><br> • Emphasise the emerging topics of Comparative Politics in dealing with the non-Western political systems and the politics of the developing areas. • Gives genuinely comparative analysis of government and politics in various political systems prevailing across the world. • Bases the analysis on authentic sources, with extensive references. • Provides a detailed bibliography.