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Questions relating to the government or politics of the Islamic Republic of Iran.
the highest court in a country and isn't always called as such i.e. high court of austrailia for example. If the country has multiple supreme courts, specify which one in your que…
a deliberate system of principles to guide decisions and achieve rational outcomes.
The set of formal legal institutions that constitute a “government” or “state” including actual as well as prescribed political behaviours: not only the legal organization of the state but also the re…
For questions relating to the government and politics of the Syrian Arab Republic
Questions relating to the government or politics of the Republic of Turkey
Questions about political terminology, including established definitions and appropriate usage, and subjects directly related to it.
a set of opinions or beliefs belonging to a group, political party or individual. Ideology may also refer to the political beliefs or ideas that characterize a particular culture. Capit…
A sampling or collection of opinions on a subject, taken from either a selected or a random group of persons
The Republican Party (sometimes called Grand Old Party, or GOP) is a major political party of the United States. Use with the [united-states] tag.
Questions on the history of politics, political action and political debate, as well as historical political figures, heads of state etc. Also including any historical political actions and situations…
Questions related the political impact the media has (may it be an independent media outlet, or the mainstream media), or the general consensus the media has on a political topic.
Questions relating to the government or politics of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK), known as North Korea to the rest of the world.
Questions related to the politics of countries within Europe (i.e. comparing aspects of policy regarding various European countries).
an explosive device that derives its destructive force from splitting atoms. Because the long-lived nuclear material used is then spread into the surrounding area, it is considered…
For questions relating to the government and politics of Australia.
Questions about the processes to create laws in different jurisdictions.
An estimate of costs, revenues, and resources over a specified period, reflecting a reading of future financial conditions and goals
For questions about the influence of geographic variables on politics. Such variables include climate, topography, demography, and natural resources.
For questions specific to the impeachment investigation against President Trump. Use [impeachment] for general questions about the process. Use with the [united-states] tag.
Questions about religious influences on politics or political influences on religion. Consider using with religion-specific tags, including [islam], [judaism] or [christianity] where appropriate.
A country's foreign policy, consists of self-interest strategies chosen by the state to safeguard its national interests and to achieve goals within its international relations milieu.
Questions related to the process of working in an organized and active way towards a goal from a political standpoint (an example could be a politician campaigning to run for office).
a parliamentary-presidential republic located in Eastern Europe, bordering Russia.
Questions related to the policies or governance of a House of Representatives (typically a lower house in a bicameral legislature or the only chamber in a unicameral legislature). Use with a relevant …
Public elections to decide which candidate represents a party at the main election
Questions related to the Democratic Party, one of the two major parties in the United States.
Questions related to any laws enacted by any of the 50 states in the United States. Use the [united-states] tag alongside this.
the democratically elected body of United Kingdom Parliament. It is this body that elects the Prime Minister, who wields the executive power of the UK government. Use for quest…
A scenario where government funding ends without a new budget in place to continue funding. Typically this ends all non-essential government services. This tool is used to try and force other parties …