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The lines separating countries, administrative divisions, or other areas.
Questions related to the government or politics regarding the State of Palestine.
Questions related to the political and economic theory of social organization which advocates that the means of production, distribution, and exchange should be owned or regulated by the community as …
Questions related to the Democratic Party, one of the two major parties in the United States.
Diplomacy refers to the methodology involved in the relationship between various governments. This question covers both the art of diplomacy and the actions of diplomats themselves
Questions relating to the government or politics of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA)
Questions relating to the migration of people into country in ways that are not legally allowed by that country.
Questions related to the official or unofficial rules of any legislative body in a country which is formally known as a Senate.
Questions related to a dedicated laissez-faire political philosophy advocating only minimal state intervention in the lives of citizens.
Questions related to politics of the Middle East and/or any of the territories within it (use the relevant tag of the Country alongside this).
Campaign finance refers to the rules and regulations governing the raising and spending of funds for a candidate running for office. For questions about the funds themselves use [fundraising] instead.
Questions relating to the government or politics of the State of Japan.
Questions related to government or politics of Northern Ireland, a country within the United Kingdom situated on the island of Ireland. Use with the [united-kingdom] tag as needed
the state of being a member of a particular country and having rights because of it.
Questions related to the process in which a legislative body formally charges to a high-level government official.
a class of rights that protect individuals' freedom from infringement by governments, social organizations, wealthy and powerful people and private individuals.
Questions related to political protests where attempts by individuals or groups to address or stop perceived injustices within a political system, without overturning the system itself occur.
Questions related to the official agreement between sovereign states and/or international organizations. The parties involved in the treaty hold an obligation onto themselves and if they fail to meet …
a government in which a rulership is passed down hereditary lines. Use this tag for questions related to the concept of monarchy or monarchical states.
a parliamentary-presidential republic located in the Eastern Europe. Ukraine consists of 27 regions which are twenty-four oblasts (provinces) and one autonomous republic, Crimea.
Questions related to the political aspect of money. Also consider the tag [currency].
not influenced or controlled by others in matters of opinion, conduct, etc.
where a government official acts in their own interests, often over the interests of their position or country. Use to discuss confirmed corruption. If the corruption is unproven, or mer…
The concept that government activity should be centralized or distributed to smaller forms of government.
For questions about data with a relation to politics. Related tags: [reference-request], [data-sources] & [voting-records].
Questions about the executive branch of a government. Please use with the tag for the relevant country.
actions taken by countries against others for political reasons, either unilaterally or multilaterally.
a political belief that the government should not regulate forms of speech merely because it dislikes said speech. Use this tag to discuss the broader theory, or laws that restric…
For questions about Barack Obama, the 44th President of the United States of America.
Questions relating to the separation of power when it comes to governing a state. A prime example is the trias politica which divides power between a legislature, an executive and a judiciary.
Justice describes the punishment of offenders against the law and reward of those who obey the law, or society's attempt to do this.