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The term politics originates from the Greek word “politicos” meaning "of, for, or relating to citizens. History of political thought can be traced back to early antiquity, with works such as Plato's Republic and Aristotle's Politics.

It is considered to be the practice and theory of influencing other people on a global, civic or individual level. More specifically it refers to achieving and exercising positions of governance or organized control over a human community, particularly a state.

As a science it is concerned with the study or practice of the distribution of power and resources within a given community, a hierarchically organized population, as well as the interrelationship between communities. The methods that are employed in politics include the promotion of political views, establishment of the political relationships with other parties of interest, constitution of various laws, authorization of the use of force at the time of war, etc.

From its origin to the present day, politics was implemented on different levels of social structures from tribes and clans to the contemporary governing apparatus or on the international level.

The documentaries and video materials complied in this category are concerned with the various aspects of human enterprises in the political sense or with a certain political influence.

See the complexity of a political system in a small town of Sagada in the Philippines. Discover the motifs behind the planning of a wedding during elections. Explanations are provided by the Richard Yodong, a deputy-major candidate.

Explore a different side of the political capitol Brussels, Belgium and see how the armies of 15.000 lobbyists are influencing the political, social and business decisions made there. On the opposite side are the political activists, well aware of the current situation, fighting against the corruption of the system. The documentary follows two people from the opposing sides.

Follow an ongoing controversial issue in the USA concerning the gun laws. Te old division of North and South has flared up once more. As opposed to Washington, the Arizona majority is still supporting the free gun laws. Their opinion was not changed despite the recent gun massacre in Tucson.

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Monarchy – The Good and the Bad

Monarchy is a form of government where power and sovereignty are given to one person or several individuals. Duration of the reign remains until the time of death or if the monarch abdicates and gives...

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Vladimir Putin’s Reign – Russia Going from Afterthought to a Military Powe

The day before he became an Acting President, he signed a program article titled “Russia at the turn of the millennium”. Published on the government web site, the article expressed Putin’s views...

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Michael Bloomberg Enters US Presidential Race – Can he Dethrone Trump?

Bloomberg considered entering the race in 2016, but eventually withdraw. He has experience in politics thanks to his career as mayor of New York from 2001 to 2014

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More than 500 Years Ago, the Pope Allowed Slavery and Conquest with Inter Caetera

The degreed aimed to justify explorers’ claims on land and waterways they discovered, and promote Christian domination and superiority. The doctrine applies to Africa, Asia, Australia, New Zealand, ...

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Inside the Private Train of Kim Jong-un, Top Security Train

Much of what is known about the train comes from intelligence reports. The truth is that North Korea leaders have no allowed people to see what is inside. But according to intelligence reports, recoll...

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The Way to Right Wrongs – Legacy of Ida B Wells

She tackled issues regarding the political, economic, and social standing of black people in America through her writing. Ida managed to shed lights on some important issues regarding racial discrimin...

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Anna Chennault – The Spy Most People Haven’t Heard Of

Anna Chennault is remembered for her actions helping President Nixon win the elections in 1968. She did that by interfering in the Vietnam peace talks. But those actions left a stain on many years ser...

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Can Russia and Japan put an end to the Kuril Islands dispute?

After more than 70 years, Japan and Russia are closing in on a peace treaty. Japan Prime-Minister Shinzo Abe recently said that they are in talks with Russia to sign the peace treaty

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Why Mahatma Gandhi never won the Nobel Prize?

Mahatma Gandhi, widely regarded as one of the great champions of non-violent struggle, has never won the Nobel prize for Peace. He was selected five time, in 1937, 1938, 1939, 1947, and 1948. But he h...

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Buzludzha Monument – Abandoned UFO Cold War Monument

The cost of the building process was 14,186,000 leva, which equals to $35 million in today’s rates. The monument was opened on August 23, 1981. Todor Zhivkov announced the opening at the ceremony

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America’s First Ladies: Fun Facts you didn’t know

The First Lady needs to be respectable, presentable, smart, intelligent, and so on. So far, America has had some great First ladies

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Top 5 secret societies with real power in world politics

Conspiracy theories have been trying with years to prove that the Illuminati and the New World Order are deeply involved with politics

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How is the Dalai Lama elected?

There have been 14 Dalai Lama so far, and the title is rather new. The first and the second Dalai Lama were given the title posthumously. The first Lama lived from 1391 to 1474, and he is the oldest ...

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File 17 - What is in the secret 9/11 US Government document?

There are almost 30 names in File 17. Most of those are Saudi names. And now, 13 years after Bush classified the 200 pages report, we can have a look in it

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Tayyip Erdogan Lifestyle - The Palace of Dreams for the Turkish President

Erdogan has four children, and lives with them and his wife in a palace that is 30 times the size of the White House, has more than 250 rooms, and carpets that are worth $10 million

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Top 10 Ancient Greece Poets You Need to Know

Ancient Greek literature influenced the Latin Literature first and foremost, and then the European literature until the 18th century.

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Donald Trump has a Point that People Ignore

Trump might have grabbed headlines with quotes like banning Muslims, but his point on jobs for the white working class is a statement that is worth analyzing

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Louis Weiss - The Grandmother of Europe

Since the moment she was born, up until her death in 1983, Weiss was an influential voice not only in French, but also in international affairs

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7 Scary Realities for Americans with Donald Trump as President

No one could assume what Trump-led White House would look like. While it is true that when Trump enters the Oval office he will have advisors and experts, his remarks during the campaign are something...

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Who is Sergey Shoigu, potential heir to Vladimir Putin?

Shoigu became defense minister in 2012, and since he was appointed for minister, his partnership and friendship with Putin is growing and evolving in every possible way

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Donald Trump - Top 10 Controversies

Before the official candidacy, and after, Trump’s campaign has been marked as “politically incorrect”

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ISIS stance - US Presidential Candidates

All of the candidates, Republicans and Democrats have their own way of handling things, and different approach

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What do Muslims think of ISIS?

Back in 2014, Muslims were criticizing Israel for the attacks on Gaza. Lately, however, ISIS is not getting the same treatment, bearing the question what Muslims think of it?

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Did you know Vladimir Putin was once a KGB agent?

Vladimir Putin joined the agency shortly after his graduation. In the beginning, he was spying expatriates in his hometown, St. Petersburg. After a few years, he was summoned to Moscow, where he was p...

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The History of Obamacare - How president Obama reformed the health system in the USA

The main thing that Obamacare achieved is to establish the expectation in the public’s mind that now, access to basic and main health care is a right, not an option

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Iran and the US strike historic deal – Here is everything you need to know

After a 12 year embargo on Iran, Washington and Tehran have struck a deal that should end the embargo and strip Iran of its nuclear powerful. President Obama was among the first to congratulate on the...

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The Twin Towers

The Conspiracy

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Charlie Hebdo

The Event That Shocked The World

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False Flag Terrorism

Is it possible to predict the next false flag attack

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East versus West

The next century

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A Personal Review of Fahrenheit 9/11 Documentary

Moore takes a piercing look at the state of national security, patriotism, and war

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A Personal Review of Religulous Documentary

Bill Maher’s journey around the world, reasearching organized religion

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