Polticians

Some follow these politicians, some oppose them. Some changed things for the better. Other for the worse. Either way, these people have had a significant influence on history. However, please keep in mind that nothing is black and white. The fact that you oppose someone does not make them evil (of course, there are certain exceptions)

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Activists

Political activists have the courage to actively fight for political change. Commonly, they fight in the name of civil rights. Hence, fight against the...

Martin Luther King

Martin Luther King junior  was born on January 15th, 1929, in Atlanta, Georgia. Both his father and grandfather were pastors in a baptist church...

Countries

AFRICAAfrica is the second-largest as well as the second-most-populous continent. Precisely, it is the home to over 1,275 billion people on over...

Events

These events changed the course of history. You do not need to know all of them in detail, but we encourage you to have a look and expand or revise your...

Velvet revolution

The Velvet Revolution occurred in the fall of 1989 in Czechoslovakia. It was a non-violent transition of power. Consequently, it led to the...

Government

The forms of government are political systems in which the states and countries work. Furthermore, they are closely related to political theories. For...

Anarchy

Anarchy derives from the ancient Greek word anarchos, meaning no authority. Thus, it is a state in which the government does not exist or has no...

Parliamentary system

A parliamentary system is a form of democratic governance of states. The system stands on a close collaboration of the executive and legislative...

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Polticians

Some follow these politicians, some oppose them. Some changed things for the better. Other for the worse. Either way, these people have had a significant...

Publications

In this section, we will introduce the most important political publications . In the following publications, authors introduced their philosophies and...

Wealth of Nations

An Inquiry into the Nature and Causes of the Wealth of Nations , commonly known as Wealth of Nations, is a 1776 book by Adam Smith. Undoubtedly,...
Theories

Theories

Political theories try to answer philosophical questions regarding the form of public institutions, economic systems, rights, and generally the government....

Anarchism

Anarchism is a political philosophy that is incredibly suspicious of organized political authority and power. In Encyclopedia Brittanica, Peter...

Conservatism

Conservatism is one of the three primary political ideologies, along with liberalism and socialism. The term originates in the early 19th century...

Liberalism

Liberalism is one of the three main political ideologies, along with conservatism and socialism. The term first appeared in the 1820s. Soon, it influenced...

Libertarianism

Libertarianism is a political theory that focuses on the inherent rights of individuals. The roots of libertarianism come from ancient Greece,...