← Government

Government → Revolution


In political science, a revolution is a rapid, fundamental transformation of a society's state, class, ethnic or religious structures. A revolution involves the attempted change in political regimes, substantial mass mobilization, and efforts to force change through non-institutionalized means.

– syndicated content from Wikipedia

Organizations relating to Revolution

Hoover Institution on War, Revolution and Peace / Stanford CA, USA / Est. 1919
Organization for Latin American Solidarity / Est. 1966
International Organization for Aid to Revolutionaries / Est. 1922
World Committee of the World Congress of the Partisans of Peace / Est. 1949
Institut international d'histoire de la Révolution française / Est. 1936
The World Revolution
Agreement Respecting Internal Revolutions and Neutrality / Est. 1911
Troisième voie: Groupe du 12 mars / Est. 1987
Junta de Coordinación Revolucionaria / Est. 1974
Comité international socialiste pour la défense de la révolution nicaraguayenne / Est. 1980
Alliance révolutionnaire Caraïbe
Communist Revolutionaries in Europe
Black Bloc
Badawi Pact / Est. 1972
Caribbean Revolutionary Committee / Portsmouth, Dominica
Organisation révolutionnaire internationale
Commission internationale d'histoire de la Révolution française / Paris, France / Est. 1975
International Commission on the History of the Russian Revolution / Moscow, Russia / Est. 1985

View all profiles (34 total) in the Yearbook of International Organizations

World Problems relating to Revolution

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Revolutionary communism
Violent revolution
Student revolt
Engaging in riot
Non-violent political revolution
Technological revolution
Social revolution
Extrajudicial courts and tribunals

Action Strategies relating to Revolution

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Achieving permanent revolution
Proclaiming revolution
Engaging in ideological revolution
Controlling riots
Extending communist revolution
Providing post-riot assistance
Engaging in counter revolution
Engaging in cultural revolution
Engaging in technological revolution
Cultural revolution
Engaging in non-violent political revolution
Inciting rebellion
Humanizing methods of riot control
Improving riot control
Engaging in revolt against formalism
Exposing pseudo-revolutionaries
Engaging in economic revolution
Quelling mutiny
Engaging in revolution as communism
Causing scientific revolution
Hastening cognitive mobilization
Engaging in revolution
Exploiting violent revolution

You are viewing a subject profile from the UIA's Global Civil Society Database.
← return to your search page to find additional profiles.
Terms of Use

UIA allows users to access and make use of the information contained in its Databases for the user’s internal use and evaluation purposes only. A user may not re-package, compile, re-distribute or re-use any or all of the UIA Databases or the data* contained therein without prior permission from the UIA.

Data from database resources may not be extracted or downloaded in bulk using automated scripts or other external software tools not provided within the database resources themselves. If your research project or use of a database resource will involve the extraction of large amounts of text or data from a database resource, please contact us for a customized solution.

UIA reserves the right to block access for abusive use of the Database.

* Data shall mean any data and information available in the Database including but not limited to: raw data, numbers, images, names and contact information, logos, text, keywords, and links.