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Oct
27
reviewed Approve Is there any history magazine like “Foreign Policy” for politics?
Oct
26
revised Why did the USSR give Crimea to Ukraine?
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Oct
23
reviewed Approve political-history tag wiki excerpt
Oct
21
accepted Has the resignation of a political leader in a Westminster style parliament ever forced an election call?
Oct
21
revised Understanding what these reference shortforms represent
added 11 characters in body; edited title
Oct
21
comment Did Germany have treaties imposed upon it after WWII that mirrored the weight of the Treaty of Versailles?
@sid If you can cite sources, this should probably be an answer
Oct
20
comment Did Germany have treaties imposed upon it after WWII that mirrored the weight of the Treaty of Versailles?
Took a wild stab at what exactly you were trying to ask. Just FYI, questions that are that low of quality are usually closed/deleted
Oct
20
revised Did Germany have treaties imposed upon it after WWII that mirrored the weight of the Treaty of Versailles?
Taking a wild stab at cleaning up an incredibly terrible question
Oct
16
comment Has the resignation of a political leader in a Westminster style parliament ever forced an election call?
It's why I attempted to revise the question to reference whether it had occurred historically, as opposed to if it's part of law. We'll see how well it works.
Oct
16
revised Has the resignation of a political leader in a Westminster style parliament ever forced an election call?
edited title
Oct
16
asked Has the resignation of a political leader in a Westminster style parliament ever forced an election call?
Oct
14
comment Did liberalism in the USA degenerate into something more totalitarian than liberal?
Could you clarify where in the world liberal = right-leaning libertarian? I ask as being in Canada, liberal usually refers to the centre-left of the political spectrum (although not the American version, which is a tad skewed). And I was always given the impression that Englands version is quite similar to ours as well.
Oct
11
awarded  Yearling
Oct
7
reviewed Approve Army formation: veterans at the first line
Sep
25
awarded  Nice Question
Sep
24
awarded  Good Question
Sep
21
awarded  Custodian
Sep
7
awarded  Taxonomist
Sep
2
reviewed Approve middle-east tag wiki excerpt
Sep
2
reviewed Approve islam tag wiki excerpt