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    • Israel and the apartheid analogy

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    • Al-Qaedaism

    • Al-Qaedaism

      Al-Qaeda Central (1988–present)Al-Qaeda in Iraq (2004–2013, became Mujahideen Shura Council in January 2006)Mujahideen Shura Council (January 2006–October 2006, became Islamic State of Iraq in October 2006)Islamic State of Iraq (2006–2013)Al-Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb (2007–present)Al-Qaeda i ... Read »


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    • Civilian dictatorship

    • A civilian dictatorship is a form of government different from military dictatorship and monarchies where the ruling dictator does not derive their power from the military. Among civilian dictatorships, dominant-party dictatorships tend to outlast personalistic dictatorships. ... Read »


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    • Comparative politics

    • Comparative politics is a field in political science, characterized by an empirical approach based on the comparative method. In other words, comparative politics is the study of the domestic politics, political institutions, and conflicts of countries. It often involves comparisons among countries and through time wit ... Read »


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    • Comparison of the Baltic states

    • This article is a comparison of the Baltic states. ... Read »


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    • Comparison of the Benelux countries

    • This article is a comparison of the Benelux countries. a Luxembourg, Netherlands and Belgium were among the founders of the predecessor of the OECD, the OEEC, in 1948 ... Read »


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    • Comparison of the Nordic countries

    • This article is a comparison of the Nordic countries. a Denmark, Norway and Sweden were among the founders of the predecessor of the OECD, the OEEC, in 1948 ... Read »


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    • Comparison of United States presidential candidates, 2008

    • This article compares the presidential candidates in the United States' 2008 presidential election. It does not cover previous elections. Because of ballot access restrictions in the United States, not all candidates appeared on the ballots in all states. Those who were on the ballot in enough states to theoretica ... Read »


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    • Islamofascism

    • "Islamic fascism" (first described in 1933), also known since 1990 as "Islamofascism", is a term drawing an analogy between the ideological characteristics of specific Islamist movements and a broad range of European fascist movements of the early 20th century, neofascist movements, or totalitarianism. The term Is ... Read »


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    • Liberalism and conservatism in Latin America

    • Liberalism and conservatism in Latin America have unique historical roots. Latin American independence began to occur in 1808 after the French Revolution and the subsequent Napoleonic Wars that eventually engulfed all of Europe. French revolutionaries in the 1790s began an intellectual awakening called the Enlightenmen ... Read »


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    • Comparison of U.S. state governments

    • In the United States, the government of each of the 50 states is structured in accordance with its individual constitution. In turn, each state constitution must be grounded in republican principles. Article IV, Section 4, Clause 1 of the United States Constitution tasks the federal government with assuring that each s ... Read »


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    • Talibanization

    • Talibanization (or Talibanisation) is a term coined following the rise of the Taliban movement in Afghanistan referring to the process where other religious groups or movements come to follow or imitate the strict practices of the Taliban. In its original usage, Talibanization referred to groups who followed Taliban p ... Read »


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    • Thank God for Mississippi

    • "Thank God for Mississippi" is a common adage in the United States, particularly in the South, that is generally used when discussing rankings of U.S. states. Since the U.S. state of Mississippi commonly (or stereotypically) ranks near or at the bottom of such rankings, residents of other states ranking near the bottom ... Read »


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    • Myron Weiner

    • Myron Weiner (1931 – 3 June 1999) was an American political scientist and renowned scholar on India, South Asia, internal and international migration, ethnic conflict, child labor, democratization, political demography, and the politics and policies of developing countries.[1] Weiner was born in New York City ... Read »


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