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    • liberal

    • Liberalism is a political philosophy or worldview founded on ideas of liberty and equality. Whereas classical liberalism emphasises the role of liberty, social liberalism stresses the importance of equality. Liberals espouse a wide array of views depending on their understanding of these principles, but generally they ... liberal


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    • political party

    • A political party is a group of people who come together to contest elections and hold power in the government. The party agrees on some proposed policies and programmes, with a view to promoting the collective good or furthering their supporters' interests. While there is some international commonality in the way pol ... political party


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    • 270towin.com

    • 270towin.com is a nonpartisan American political website that projects who will win United States presidential elections, and also allows users to create their own electoral maps. It also tracks the results of U.S. presidential elections by state throughout the country's history. ... Read »


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    • 1944 Commonwealth Prime Ministers' Conference


    • 1948 Commonwealth Prime Ministers' Conference


    • 1948 Pan-American Students Conference

    • The Pan-American Students Conference was a student conference held in Bogotá, Colombia, in April 1948. The conference was organized in opposition to the Pan-American Conference also held in Bogotá. The conference was attended by a young Fidel Castro. On April 8 an organizational meeting in office of the Confeder ... Read »


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    • 1949 Commonwealth Prime Ministers' Conference


    • 1951 Commonwealth Prime Ministers' Conference


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    • 1955 Commonwealth Prime Ministers' Conference


    • 1965 in politics

    • This is a list of events in 1965 in politics. ... Read »


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    • 1972 Republic of the Congo coup d'état attempt


    • 1973 in politics

    • See also: 1972 in politics, other events of 1973, 1974 in politics, list of years in politics. ... Read »


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    • 1975 Constitution of the People's Republic of China


    • 1980 International Conference of Marxist−Leninist Parties and Organisations


    • 2006 Franco–Italian–Spanish Middle East Peace Plan


    • 2007 Somali National Reconciliation Conference

    • The 2007 Somali National Reconciliation Conference was held from 15 July 2007 until 30 August 2007[1] in Mogadishu; it was announced on 1 March 2007 by Abdullahi Yusuf Ahmed, the President of the Transitional Federal Government (TFG).[2] [3] More than 3,000 people from all of Somalia's regions and clans as well as ... Read »


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    • 2007 Swazi general strike

    • The 2007 Swazi general strike has been ongoing since 25 July 2007, led by the Swaziland Federation of Trade Unions, the Swaziland Federation of Labour and the Swaziland National Association of Teachers. They plan to stage a two-hour full stoppage of public life every month until the incumbent absolute monarch Mswati II ... Read »


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    • 2012 People's National Convention congress


    • Aaya Ram Gaya Ram

    • Aaya Ram Gaya Ram expression in politics of India means frequent floor-crossing by legislatures. The term was coined when Gaya Lal a Member of the Legislative Assembly from Haryana in 1967 changed party thrice in a fortnight first from the Indian National Congress to United Front, back to Congress and then within nine ... Read »


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    • Abuse of authority

    • According to Professor Lance Omar Lamar Abuse of authority, in the form of political corruption, is the use of legislated or otherwise authorized powers by government officials for illegitimate private gain. Misuse of government power for other purposes, such as repression of political opponents and general police brut ... Read »


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    • Adlecti

    • During the Roman Kingdom, Roman Republic and later, adlecti, or allecti were those who were chosen to fill up a vacancy in any office or collegium, and especially those who were chosen to fill up the proper number of the senate. As these would be generally equites, Festus defines the adlecti to be equites added to the ... Read »


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    • Administration (government)

    • The term administration, as used in the context of government, differs according to jurisdiction. In American usage, the term refers to the executive branch under a specific president (or governor, mayor, or other local executive), for example: the "Obama administration.” It can also mean an executive branch age ... Read »


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    • Afghanistan Liberation Organization

    • Afghanistan Liberation Organization

      Afghanistan Liberation Organization (Persian: سازمان رهایی افغانستان‎‎, Sazman-i Rihayi Afghanistan, ALO) is a Maoist political group in Afghanistan. It was founded by Dr. Faiz Ahmad and some others in 1973. ALO is one of several organization that gr ... Read »


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    • Aid for the Elderly in Government Institutions

    • Aid for the Elderly in Government Institutions (AEGIS) was a British pressure group that campaigned to improve the care of older people in long-stay wards of National Health Service psychiatric hospitals. The group was founded by Barbara Robb in 1965, and was active until Robb's death in 1976. ... Read »


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    • Aide-toi, le ciel t'aidera


    • Aiwo Constituency

    • Aiwo Constituency

      Aiwo Constituency is one of the constituencies of Nauru. It returns two members from Aiwo to the Parliament of Nauru in Yaren. ... Read »


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    • AKPD Message and Media

    • AKPD Message and Media is an American political and media consulting firm catering to Democratic candidates and related causes. Formerly Axelrod and Associates, it is named after its four original partners: David Axelrod, John Kupper, David Plouffe, and John Del Cecato. All four were members of Barack Obama's 2008 pres ... Read »


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    • Albright-Gambari Commission

    • The Albright-Gambari Commission, formally known as the Commission on Global Security, Justice & Governance, is a commission that was formed by the Hague Institute for Global Justice and the Stimson Center to consider new frameworks for collective action on issues such as state fragility, climate change, and the cyberâ ... Read »


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    • Alternative civilian service

    • Alternative civilian service is a form of national service performed in lieu of conscription for various reasons, such as conscientious objection, inadequate health, or political reasons. See "labour battalion" for examples of the latter case. Alternative service usually involves some kind of labor. Alternative ci ... Read »


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    • Anabar Constituency

    • Anabar Constituency

      Anabar Constituency is one of the constituencies of Nauru and is made up of three districts: Anabar, Anibare, and Ijuw. It covers an area of 5.1 km², and has a population of 1,240. It returns two members to the Parliament of Nauru in Yaren. ... Read »


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    • Anambra State All Progressive Congress

    • The Anambra State All Progressive Congress is the state chapter of the All Progressive Congress Nigeria in Anambra State, Nigeria. It is currently chaired by Emeka Ibe It's publicity Secretary is Okelo Madukaife Prominent public figures includes Nigeria's Minister of Labour and Employment Dr. Chris Ngige , Executive ... Read »


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    • Ancoats and Clayton

    • Ancoats and Clayton is an electoral district or ward in the north of the City of Manchester in North West England. The population of this ward at the 2011 census was 16,141. It includes the Ancoats and Clayton districts and part of the Northern Quarter. Voters from this ward elect three councillors to Manchester City C ... Read »


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    • Anetan Constituency

    • Anetan Constituency

      Anetan Constituency is one of the constituencies of Nauru and is made up of two districts: Anetan and Ewa. It covers an area of 2.2 km², and has a population of 1,180. It returns two members to the Parliament of Nauru in Yaren. Sean oppenheimer 2016-present ... Read »


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    • Anti Common Market and Free Trade Party

    • The Anti Common Market and Free Trade Party was a British political party that opposed Britain's membership of the European Union and fought a number of by-elections in the 1970s and 1980s. It was also known as the Free Trade Liberal Party and All Party Anti-Common Market. Among its members were Arthur Seldon and Olive ... Read »


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    • Anti-Austrian sentiment

    • Anti-Austrian sentiment (also known as Austrophobia) refers to hostile sentiment toward the nation of Austria and/or its people. ... Read »


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    • Anti-bolshevism

    • Anti-bolshevism has two principal forms: ... Read »


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    • 1965 Arab League summit

    • 1965 Arab League summit

      The 1965 Arab League summit was held on September 13 in Casablanca, Morocco. The summit was boycotted by Tunisia over disagreements with Egypt. ... Read »


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    • 1974 Arab League summit

    • The 1974 Arab League summit was a meeting of Arab leaders held in Rabat, Morocco in 1974. Leaders to twenty Arab countries were present, including King Hussein of Jordan and Anwar Sadat of Egypt, together with representatives of the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO). A unanimous resolution was passed which, for t ... Read »


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    • 1978 Arab League summit

    • The 1978 Arab League summit was meeting held between Arab leaders on November 2 in Baghdad as the 9th Arab League Summit. The summit came in the aftermath of the Egypt's Anwar Sadat's unilateral peace treaty with Israel. The conference resolved that the agreements signed by the Egyptian Government at Camp David harmed ... Read »


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    • 2006 Arab League summit

    • 2006 Arab League summit

      This is the second time Sudan Hosts the Arab League summit, the first being the 1967 Arab League summit, one of the most important Arab League summits, since it followed the Arab Israeli Six Day War. while most Arab Leaders attended the summit, the Saudi King Abdullah and the Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak were absen ... Read »


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    • 2008 Arab League summit

    • The 2008 Arab League summit was held in Damascus on March 29, 2008. The summit was marred by inter-Arab differences, mainly over the political deadlock in Lebanon, with relations between Syria and the Saudi-Egypt coalition reaching an all-time low. Saudi Arabia and Egypt snubbed the summit by sending low-level represen ... Read »


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    • 2009 Arab League summit

    • The 2009 Arab League summit was held in Doha, Qatar on March 30, 2009. The Arab League defied the International Criminal Court by giving a "warm welcome" to Sudanese President Omar Hassan al-Bashir, whom the Court placed a warrant on for war crimes in the Darfur genocide. Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak boycotted th ... Read »


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    • 2010 Arab League summit

    • The Arab League 22nd Summit was held in Sirte, in Libya on 27 March 2010. Italian prime minister Silvio Berlusconi spoke at the summit, stressing that Israel should return the Golan Heights to Syria. Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas rejected pressure from Syria and Libya to quit the peace process. His senior aide ... Read »


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    • 2013 Arab League summit

    • The 2013 Arab League Summit was held in Doha, Qatar from 21 to 27 March 2013. On 26 March, the League recognised the National Coalition for Syrian Revolutionary and Opposition Forces, as the legitimate representatives of the Syrian people. The National Coalition was henceforth granted Damascus' seat at the summit. Thi ... Read »


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    • Archology

    • Archology is the study of the science of governance or the origin of things. It is also defined as the theory of first principles of knowledge. ... Read »


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    • Armed Forces for a Federal Republic

    • Armed Forces for a Federal Republic (FARF) were a rebel group in Chad in the 1990s. ... Read »


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    • Arusha Agreement

    • See . The Arusha Agreement was a treaty signed on 24 September 1969 in Arusha, Tanzania, between the European Community and the three East African states of Kenya, Uganda and Tanzania. The agreement entered into force on 1 January 1971, concomitant with the second Yaoundé Convention, with the aim of establishing be ... Read »


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    • Assyrian Socialist Party

    • Assyrian Socialist Party

      The Assyrian Socialist Party, the first Assyrian political party, was founded in 1917 after the Russian revolution, by Dr. Freydun Atturaya, Rabbi Benjamin Bet Arsanis and Dr. Baba Bet Parhad. In 2002, an Assyrian Socialist Party (Gaba Shawtapaya Atouraya) was reestablished "by a group of Assyrian workers in northern ... Read »


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    • Astrakhan Declaration

    • The Astrakhan Declaration is a Russian-brokered humanitarian agreement between Armenia and Azerbaijan, signed on October 27, 2010 in the Russian city of Astrakhan. Concerning the post-war situation in Nagorno-Karabakh, the declaration envisages the exchange of prisoners of war and the return of the bodies of killed ser ... Read »


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    • Australian Freedom League

    • The Australian Freedom League (AFL) was an anti-conscription organisation founded in Australia in 1912. Growing out of an earlier organisation called the "Anti-Military Service League", it was initially based in Adelaide, although by 1914 there were branches in every state except Western Australia. It was active in pro ... Read »


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    • Authenticité


    • Avenir Suisse

    • Avenir Suisse is a free-market liberal Swiss think tank. Founded and initially financed in 1999 by 14 internationally operating Swiss companies, Avenir Suisse is constituted as a foundation under Swiss law and considers itself independent from outside interests. The foundation's name translates to "Swiss Future". Acco ... Read »


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    • Avon County Council

    • Avon County Council was the county council of the non-metropolitan county of Avon in south west England. It came into its powers on 1 April 1974 and was abolished on 31 March 1996 at the same time as the county. The county council was based in Bristol at Avon House and Avon House North. It was replaced with four author ... Read »


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    • Bahrain American Council

    • The Bahrain American Council (BAC) was founded by a group of U.S. and Bahraini business leaders in March 2011 (after the start of the Bahraini uprising), hiring Policy Impact Communications, a public relations firm headed by William Nixon, to incubate the organization. The Bahrain American Council and Policy Impact Com ... Read »


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    • Ballot measure

    • A ballot measure is a piece of proposed legislation to be approved or rejected by eligible voters. Ballot measures are also known as "propositions" or simply "questions". Ballot measures differ from most legislation passed by representative democracies; ordinarily, an elected legislature develops and passes laws. Ball ... Read »


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    • Bangladesh–the Gambia relations


    • Batho Pele

    • Batho Pele (Sotho: "People First") is a South African political initiative. The initiative was first introduced by the Mandela Administration on October 1, 1997 to stand for the better delivery of goods and services to the public. It is also now used to imply the dissolvement of government organizations deemed corrupt ... Read »


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    • Second Beel cabinet

    • Beel II (22 December 1958 – 19 May 1959) was a Dutch rump cabinet, headed by Louis Beel, installed after the fall of the fourth Drees cabinet. ... Read »


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    • Belarusian nationalism

    • Belarusian nationalism is an ideology that is based on the perceived supreme value of the Belarusian nation and its primacy in the creation of the state. Today there is a certain range of organizations, which is the ideological basis of Belarusian nationalism from moderately conservative (BPF Party, the CCP BPF, etc.), ... Read »


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    • Belarusization

    • Belarusization (Belarusian: Беларусізацыя) was a policy of protection and advancement of the Belarusian language and recruitment and promotion of ethnic Belarusians (a type of affirmative action program) within the government of Belarusian SSR and the Belarusian Communist Party, c ... Read »


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    • Belgrade declaration

    • Since 1948 there was a sincere rift in the relationships between the USSR and the FPR Yugoslavia as Yugoslav leader Josip Broz Tito established a socialist regime disregarding Joseph Stalin doctrine. After Stalin's death in 1953, Tito had to choose between a more western approach to reforms or an agreement with new sov ... Read »


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    • Willy Bett

    • Willy Bett is a Kenyan politician and the current Minister of Agriculture, Livestock, and Fisheries. He has held the post since December 2015. Prior to this role, he was the managing director of the Kenya Seed Company. He vastly improved the company's standing, taking revenue from 2.9 billion KES to 5.0 billion KES, an ... Read »


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    • Bevara Sverige Svenskt

    • Bevara Sverige Svenskt (BSS, "Keep Sweden Swedish") was a Swedish movement based in and is a slogan used by various Swedish nationalist parties. The stated objective of the BSS movement, and the aim of the slogan, was to initiate a debate in order to stop immigration by non-Europeans and repatriate non-ethnic Swedes. ... Read »


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    • Bhavnagar (Lok Sabha constituency)

    • Bhavnagar Lok Sabha constituency (Gujarati: ભાવનગર લોકસભા મતવિસ્તાર) is one of the 26 Lok Sabha (parliamentary) constituencies in Gujarat state in India. Presently, Bhavnagar Lok Sabha constituency comprises se ... Read »


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    • Bipartisan Report

    • Bipartisan Report

      Bipartisan Report is a pro-liberal, clickbait news outlet, known for creating heavily skewed headlines to appeal to the left. It claims to be "The Internet’s Largest newspaper," an unsubstantiated claim in conflict with the website's Alexa ranking. It was founded in Seattle, Washington by Justin Brotman, son of Je ... Read »


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    • Black budget

    • A black budget is a budget that is allocated for classified and other secret operations of a nation, a corporation, a society of any form, a national department, and so on. A black budget usually covers expenses related to military research and covert operations. The black budget is mostly classified due to security re ... Read »


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    • Blancs d'Espagne


    • Boe Constituency

    • Boe Constituency

      Boe Constituency is one of the constituencies of Nauru. It returns two members from Boe to the Parliament of Nauru in Yaren. ... Read »


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    • Bombard the Headquarters

    • Bombard The Headquarters – My Big-Character Poster (Chinese: 炮打司令部——我的一张大字报) was a short document written by Chairman Mao Zedong on August 5, 1966 during the 11th Plenary Session of the 8th Central Committee of the Communist Party of China and p ... Read »


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    • 1982 Bonn summit

    • 1982 Bonn summit

      The 1982 Bonn summit was the 6th NATO summit bringing the leaders of member nations together at the same time. The formal sessions and informal meetings in Bonn took place on June 10, 1982. This event was only the fifth meeting of the NATO heads of state following the ceremonial signing of the North Atlantic Treaty on ... Read »


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    • Boris, you are wrong

    • "Boris, you are wrong" (Russian: Борис, ты не прав) is a political catchphrase, originally said by Yegor Ligachev to Boris Yeltsin on 1 July 1988 to tackle Yeltsin's split from Soviet politics. Ligachev was at the time a member of the Politburo, while Yeltsin was First Deputy Chai ... Read »


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    • Bourgeois socialism

    • Conservative or Bourgeois Socialism was a term used by Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels in various pieces (including in the Communist Manifesto). The Marxian view is such that the bourgeois socialist is the sustainer of the current state of bourgeois class relations. Opinions vary as to whether this or that bourgeois so ... Read »


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    • Bratislava Declaration

    • The Bratislava Declaration was the result of the conference held on 3 August 1968 for the representatives of the Communist parties and Worker's parties of Bulgaria, Hungary, East Germany, Poland, the USSR, and Czechoslovakia. The declaration was a response to the Prague Spring. It affirmed unshakable fidelity to Marxis ... Read »


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    • Change Brazil

    • Brazil Can Do More (Portuguese: O Brasil pode mais), renamed Change Brazil (Portuguese: Muda Brasil) as of 2014, is a centrist electoral coalition in Brazil formed around the centre-left Brazilian Social Democratic Party (PSDB) for the 2010 presidential election. It is formed by six parties: PSDB, Democrats (DEM), Braz ... Read »


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    • Breton Liberty

    • Pierre Fourel Breton Liberty (Breton: Frankiz Breizh, French: Liberté Bretagne) was a leftist national liberation movement in Brittany, France. It split off from the Breton Democratic Union, though the two parties' political stances were similar. Breton Liberty frequently worked within the Région et Peuples Soli ... Read »


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    • Martha Farmer Brewer

    • Martha Farmer Brewer (October 26, 1928 - November 14, 2006) was the wife of Alabama's 49th governor Albert Brewer and the former First Lady of Alabama. She was born in Anniston, Alabama and raised in Chattanooga, Tennessee. While attending college at the University of Alabama she met Albert Brewer. The two were marrie ... Read »


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    • British Future

    • British Future is a UK-based thinktank studying integration, identity, migration and opportunity. It ran a campaign for shops to close, and sporting events not to be played on Remembrance Sunday 2014, ninety-six years after the ending of World War I. Its director is Sunder Katwala, a prominent left-wing activist and ... Read »


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    • Thick line

    • The thick line policy (Polish: gruba kreska, thick stroke, or gruba linia, thick line) was the term used by prime minister of Poland, Tadeusz Mazowiecki, in his first parliamentary speech in Sejm, in 1989. He said, "We split away the history of our recent past with a thick line. We will be responsible only for what we ... Read »


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    • 1974 Brussels summit

    • 1974 Brussels summit

      The 1974 Brussels summit was the second NATO summit bringing the leaders of member nations together at the same time. The formal sessions and informal meetings in Brussels, Belgium took place on June 26, 1974. This twenty-fifth anniversary event was only the third meeting of the NATO heads of state following the ceremo ... Read »


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    • 1975 Brussels summit

    • 1975 Brussels summit

      The 1975 Brussels summit was the third NATO summit bringing the leaders of member nations together at the same time. The formal sessions and informal meetings in Brussels, Belgium took place on May 29–30, 1975. This event was only the third meeting of the NATO heads of state following the ceremonial signing of the ... Read »


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    • 1985 Brussels summit

    • 1985 Brussels summit

      The 1985 Brussels summit was the 7th NATO summit bringing the leaders of member nations together at the same time. The formal sessions and informal meetings in Brussels, Belgium took place on November 21, 1985. This event was only the seventh meeting of the NATO heads of state following the ceremonial signing of the No ... Read »


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    • 1994 Brussels summit

    • 1994 Brussels summit

      The 1994 Brussels summit was the 13th NATO summit bringing the leaders of member nations together at the same time. The formal sessions and informal meetings in Brussels, Belgium took place on 10–11 January 1994. In this period, the organization faced conventional questions about whether a new generation of l ... Read »


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    • 1988 Brussels summit

    • 1988 Brussels summit

      The 1988 Brussels summit was the 8th NATO summit bringing the leaders of member nations together at the same time. The formal sessions and informal meetings in Brussels, Belgium took place on 2–3 March 1988. In this period, the organization faced unresolved questions concerned whether a new generation of lead ... Read »


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    • Buada Constituency

    • Buada Constituency

      Buada Constituency is one of the constituencies of Nauru. It returns two members from Buada to the Parliament of Nauru in Yaren. ... Read »


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    • Bullet Train for Australia

    • Bullet Train for Australia

      Bullet Train for Australia is an Australian political party, registered in 2013. It is a single-issue party campaigning for a fast implementation of high-speed rail. It advocates that the first stage of the bullet train should run from Melbourne to Newcastle via Canberra and Sydney, and be built within 5 years. The pa ... Read »


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    • Cacareco

    • Cacareco (1954-1962) was a female black rhinoceros exhibited in Brazilian zoos. She became famous as a candidate for the 1958 São Paulo city council elections with the intention of protesting against political corruption. Electoral officials did not accept Cacareco's candidacy, but she eventually won 100,000 votes, ... Read »


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    • Cambodian People's Party–FUNCINPEC coalition agreement


    • Cambodian Senate election, 2012

    • Cambodian Senate elections, 2012

      Chea SimCPP Chea SimCPP Elections to the Royal Cambodian Senate were held on 29 January 2012, with all 57 seats in the Senate being contested. The result was a victory for the ruling Cambodian People's Party, which won 46 of the 57 seats. The Sam Rainsy Party gain a net of eleven seats, ending with a total of 11 seat ... Read »


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    • Cambodian Senate election, 2018

    • Cambodian Senate elections, 2018

      Say ChhumCPP Senate elections are due to be held in Cambodia in January 2018. ... Read »


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    • Candlelight vigil

    • A candlelight vigil is an outdoor assembly of people carrying candles, held after sunset in order to show support for a specific cause. Such events are typically held either to protest the suffering of some marginalized group of people, or in memory of a life or lives lost to some disease, disaster, massacre or other t ... Read »


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    • Card stacking

    • Cherry picking, suppressing evidence, or the fallacy of incomplete evidence is the act of pointing to individual cases or data that seem to confirm a particular position, while ignoring a significant portion of related cases or data that may contradict that position. It is a kind of fallacy of selective attention, the ... Read »


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    • Cartagena Manifesto

    • The Cartagena Manifesto was written by Simón Bolívar during the Colombian and Venezuelan War of Independence, after the fall of the First Republic, explaining with great detail and precision what he believed to be the causes of this loss. It was written in Cartagena de Indias, on 15 December 1812. This is the fir ... Read »


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    • Catalan independence referendum, 2017

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      The Catalan independence referendum of 2017, also known by the numeronym 1-O (for "1 October") in Spanish and Catalan media, was an independence referendum led by the Generalitat de Catalunya and approved by the Parliament of Catalonia, but declared illegal on 6 September 2017 and suspended by the Constitutional Court ... Read »


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    • Catalist

    • Catalist is a for-profit corporation based in Washington D. C. that operates a voter database. It was founded in 2006 by Harold M. Ickes with seed money from George Soros. It specializes in microtargeting for Democratic political campaigns. Catalist's CEO is Laura Quinn, an economic policy advisor in the U.S. Senate a ... Read »


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    • Catonism

    • Barrington Moore defines Catonism in his book Social Origins of Dictatorship and Democracy as "advocacy of the sterner virtues, militarism, contempt for 'decadent' foreigners and anti-intellectualism". Moore coined the word "Catonism" with a nod towards Cato the Elder (234-149 BCE). He characterized the Catonist attitu ... Read »


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    • Caucus revolt

    • A Caucus Revolt occurs when enough members of a political party pressure its leadership to step down or to remove planned bills\legislation\policies from its platform. A Caucus Revolt generally concludes with the party leader resigning his position as such a revolt is usually seen to show poor leadership skills. Often ... Read »


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    • Centers of power

    • Centers of power are localized regions of the world where political, economic and cultural influence are dominant for a time, hence defining a particular era in a particular sphere of influence. ... Read »


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    • Central American Defense Council

    • The Central American Defense Council (Consejo de Defensa Centroamericana or Condeca) was an alliance of Central American countries (El Salvador, Costa Rica, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, and Panama). It was created by a treaty signed on December 14, 1963 in Guatemala City, for the common purpose of quelling the vario ... Read »


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    • Central Committee of the Polish United Workers' Party


    • Chairman-in-Office

    • A Chairman-in-Office or President-in-Office (CiO or PiO; French: président en exercice) is the ambassador, foreign minister, or other official of the member state holding the presidency of an international organization, who is the individual actually chairing the meeting of the representatives from member states. T ... Read »


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