Politics and History


Politics refers to the processes and practices of making decisions and resolving conflicts within a group or society. It encompasses the ways in which power is exercised, distributed and contested, and the relationships between individuals, groups, and institutions. It can encompass a wide range of issues, from the local to the global, from economics and social welfare to military strategy and international relations.

History, on the other hand, is the study of past events, including political and social developments, changes in culture, and advancements in technology and science. It provides a context for understanding the present and shaping the future. By exploring the causes and consequences of past events, historians aim to develop an understanding of how and why societies have changed over time. History is often used as a tool for reflecting on political and social issues and for learning lessons that can be applied in the present and future.