17 June 2014
Building a State
Nigeria and the European Union are two different states that have one thing in
common they are both government controlled. This is a very important aspect when it
comes to how these
26 June 2014
Venezuela vs. India
The two countries of Venezuela and India both have the intention of being fair to all their
people and the freedom to think how they want without discrimination. These
11 June 2014
Biden and Paul: A Mix or a Pure?
When learning about ideologies, one may simply ask what that may be. While reading
the thirteenth edition of Power and Choice: An Introduction to Politica
Political Economy the study of economic policy is intertwined with the broad subfield of
political economy in political science.
~When the economy is doing bad, voters tend to punish whoever is in power.
Peoples concerns about the economy generally boil d
Politics: Setting the Stage
Political Scientists do
Measure just how much it actually costs to lose a war.
Devised a new system of voting in primaries that might have led to a different
set of candidates for most presidential elections.
Chapter 7 Democracies and Authoritarian Systems
There are 2 broad types of regime: Democracies and authoritarian systems.
Regime the general form of government of a state, including its constitution and
rules of government.
~A democracy or military enforc
College Political Science
9 June 2014
Politics of Sopilism
While reading the article The Politics of Solipsism, the author David Brooks brought up
some very good points as to his opinion of what our society should be doing relati
Modern Ideologies and Political Philosophy
Ideology an organized set of related ideas that modify one another. An organized set of ideas
that modify and support each other.
~An ideology organizes ideas, but as it absorbs new ideas it evolves and