WOMEN’S POLITICAL LEADERSHIP IN ASIA
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WOMEN’S POLITICAL LEADERSHIP IN ASIA
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There are not so many families whose lives have been most directly  linked  to  the  history  of their  countries  - accept,  of course,  the  royal  dynasties. In contemporary history of Asia a unique role has been played  by such influential clans as Nehru- Gandhi, Bhutto,  Sukarno, Bandaranaike, Mujibur Rahman, Aquino and some others.For many years these clans were determining the political course  of India,  Pakistan, Indonesia, Sri  Lanka,  Bangladesh and the Philippines.
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Asia, charismatic leaders, women’s gender role, political dynasties, inheritance of power
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01.03.2013
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