Gi yen the authoritarian character
of current guerrilla movements, however, decreasing numbers of students are willing to go to the mountains to fight or to take part in the activities of urban guerrillas.
The whole idea of a specifically German authoritarian character
remains nothing more than special pleading, unless we possess equally detailed studies of the family constellation in other national groups.
The authoritarian character
of this government is a recurrent theme.
One recurring image is the regime's authoritarian character
as precipitant, the widespread sense of exclusion from the country's economic, social, and especially political life felt by all groups and classes.
At times, Ranis excessively praises Peronism, glossing over its authoritarian character
, as well as the deleterious impact of Peronist economic policies.
During his four decades at the helm, the erstwhile president of Zimbabwe gradually began to lose his standing as a war hero once the authoritarian character
of his regime became a raw and searing reality.
On the other hand, what makes Erdoy-an the weakest link is his touchy, unpredictable and increasingly authoritarian character
. The US officials know that Erdoy-an did not mind quickly severing ties with his former buddies Bth leader Bashar al-Assad and former Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert.
The vitality recurrently shown by the regular Egyptian judiciary has not dented the authoritarian character
of the regime.
The Gulf States have much in common and the idea of a confederation might work well even if an EU-style union is not immediately possible because of the inherent authoritarian character
of the Arab world.
In addition, the authors criticize the rising authoritarian character
of the Palestinian national authority in the occupied territories.