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A tag is a keyword or label that categorizes your question with other, similar questions. Using the right tags makes it easier for others to find and answer your question.

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Questions relating to the government or the politics of Eritrea.
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A financial penalty imposed by a government of oversight entity.
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The process of analyzing and acquiring funds for the purchase of other assets given the performance of those assets based, their risk profile, the investors investment requirements, macroeconomic cond…
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For questions about the government and politics of the Sultanate of Oman.
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For questions about the messaging of political entities, such as politicians, candidates, parties, and interest groups.
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Questions about a situation where a larger number of contending parties come together to rule out working with another person or party whom they see as a common threat or enemy.
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For use on questions about nonpartisan blanket primaries, or "jungle primaries", in which two candidates are chosen, regardless of party, to be on the ballot in a race. Washington State and California…
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not registered with a specific political party.
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Questions about noocracy, AKA epistocracy, or Plato's *"Aristocracy of the wise"*.
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For questions about the Instrument in Support of Trade Exchanges (INSTEX) for trade between the European Union and Iran established 2019.
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For Questions related to Change UK - The Independent Party. A British political party formed by MPs defections from the Labour and Conservative parties. Change UK positions itself as a centrist, pr…
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Questions related to the government or politics of the Republic of Albania.
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Questions related to the government or politics of the Republic of the Sudan.
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Questions relating to the government or politics of the Portugese Republic.
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For questions about the Mountain States in the US. According to Wikipedia, these include Montana, Idaho, Wyoming, Colorado, and Utah along with Arizona and New Mexico sometimes. Always use in conjunct…