AHS  Vol.4 No.5 , December 2015
Comparative Study on the Constitution Governing Movement between the Qajar Dynasty of Iran and the Late Qing Dynasty of China
Author(s) Yang Yang
ABSTRACT
The constitution governing is the need of the times and the only way of the political modernization. Taking another ancient civilization in the world Iran’s constitution governing tradition and the Chinese culture for constitution governing as comparative study, these factors such as the time, characters, events, thought and practice will be further activated and the similarities and differences of two countries’ traditional culture about constitution governing will be compared through comparatively analyzing their historical backgrounds, their development process and their development’s effect. So, their common and unique characteristics for constitution governing rules will be explored in this paper.

Cite this paper
Yang, Y. (2015) Comparative Study on the Constitution Governing Movement between the Qajar Dynasty of Iran and the Late Qing Dynasty of China. Advances in Historical Studies, 4, 403-407. doi: 10.4236/ahs.2015.45029.
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