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"Politicians are the same all over. They promise to build a bridge even where there is no river."
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Specifically, geopolitics is focused on the relationship between politics and territory. Through geopolitics we attempt to analyze and predict the actions and decisions of nations, or other forms of political power, by means of their geographical characteristics and location in the world. In a broader sense, geopolitics studies the general relations between countries on a global scale. Here we analyse local events in terms of the bigger, global picture.
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The Democratic Party is fighting for a country where everyone, from every walk of life, has an equal chance at the American dream. This sub offers daily news updates, policy analysis, links, and opportunities to participate in the political process.
This subreddit is part of the political revolution as envisioned by Senator Bernie Sanders. We represent a movement promoting activism, raising support for progressive candidates, and spreading awareness for the issues focused on by the progressive cause.
We stand for free speech. We will not ban legal content even if we find it odious or if we personally condemn it. Not because that's the law in the United States but because we believe in that ideal independently, and that's what we want to promote on our subreddit. We serve the community, we serve the ideals of free speech.
Ask a Conservative: ask conservatives questions about conservative theory, values, policy and politics or conservatism as a philosophy and way of life. For new conservatives, independents, moderates, (polite) liberals and others who want to understand, not bicker as is the standard on Reddit political subs.