Political science - Role of modern state
The presentation covers the points on which state can become welfare state. It provides a highlight of the concept of Modern welfare state.
Published on: Mar 4, 2016
Transcripts - Political science - Role of modern state
The goal of the
modern state is
happiness of its
The law making body of a state, that has power to enact a
public policy and make laws.
The legislature is a deliberative body where matters of social,
economic, political concerns are discussed, debated and
In democratic states government legislate according to the
• Financial Control
• Deliberative functions
• Constituent Function
• Control over External Relations
• Expression and Reflection of Public Opinion
The law interpreting body which applies the law in the
name of state.
• The law enforcing body of the state that has sole
responsibility and authority for the daily
administration of the state.
• Execution of Laws and Judicial Decision
• Maintenance of Law and Order
• Appointment and Promotion
• Diplomatic function
• Military Function
• Financial and Economic Function
• Welfare Function
three primary tasks in
Military (Soldiers To Protect)
Background :After “Peace of West Phalia
1648”,a new concept of state security and
state survival started to emerge.
The states started to build their militaries
and a trend of increasing the size of
militaries, soldiers, capabilities started.
Guards of Territory
Protection of Rights and
Economic System: Money And Trade
Every economic system provides
solutions to four questions:
What goods and services will be
How they will be produced?
For whom they will be produced?
How they will be allocated between
consumption (for present use) and
investment (for future use)?
Politics as a
Theory and Practice-
Mazhar Ul Haq
The Modern State