Oligarchy An oligarchy, or minority rule, is a form of government in which political power is confined to a small segment of society distinguished by money, lineage, or military power.
The term ideology refers to the Greek, as it consists of two syllables: idea, meaning an idea, and logos, which means science or study, meaning it is the science of ideas.
The International Finance Corporation, a member of the World Bank Group, is the largest global development institution focused exclusively on supporting and developing the private sector in developing countries.
The world has made great strides in the way of international organization. Since 1919, many international organizations have emerged in terms of competence
A term referring to a system of government in which the power is concentrated in the hand of one individual who alone possesses all the power that is not limited by anything
The person who is deeply involved in the study of the history of ancient civilizations knows that security is not just a newly formulated term
Signed in Washington April 4, 1949, ratified by the Senate on July 21, 1949, ratified by the President of the United States on July 25, 1949 and deposited in Washington…
The transformations that followed the end of the Cold War have generated in many countries a sense of insecurity and instability