The Constitution in Flux

The Constitution in Flux

The Constitution in Flux. The absence of a written constitution, allied to the doctrine of parliamentary sovereignty, enables constitutional change to be brought about within the United Kingdom with the minimum of constitutional formality. The constitution has evolved in a pragmatic and gradual manner over the centuries. At the current time, however, the constitution is … Read more

The CPC Is a Group of Patriots

The CPC Is a Group of Patriots

The CPC Is a Group of Patriots. Once you really understand the theory of socialism with Chinese characteristics, its founder Deng Xiaoping, and his successors Jiang Zemin and Hu Jintao, you will naturally come to this conclusion: The Communist Party of China is a group of patriots. There is no doubt that, like Mao Zedong … Read more

Mao Zedong Was a National Hero

Mao Zedong Was a National Hero

Mao Zedong Was a National Hero. When will the portrait of Mao Zedong be taken down from the Tiananmen Rostrum? It will never happen! Why? First, Mao Zedong was a national hero. After 1840 the Chinese nation suffered from the disaster and humiliation of national subjugation and genocide. It was under his leadership that the … Read more

The American Political System

The American Political System

The American Political System. The United States is a representative federal democracy driven by-elections in which citizens and lobbyists, diverse interests compete. The concentration of Economic Power:- In the United States, Professor C. Kaysen notes, “There are currently some 4.5 million business enterprises. Corporations formed only 13 per cent of the total number.” The United … Read more

The Investiture Controversy

The Investiture Controversy

The investiture controversy. The latter part of the eleventh century brought a resumption of intellectual labor upon the body of political and social ideas preserved from antiquity in the Christian Fathers tradition. It began a development that was produced in the centuries following an astonishingly brilliant and virile culture. Order emerged from chaos and, especially … Read more

Functions of the Monarchy in UK

Functions of the Monarchy in UK

According to Jennings the functions of the Monarchy may be said to be four. First, appearing in an impersonal fashion as the Crown, the Monarch’s name is the cement that binds the Constitution. Secondly, the Monarch similarly binds the units of Commonwealth. Thirdly, there are political functions of the highest importance which the Monarch performs … Read more

Powers of The Crown in British

Powers of The Crown in British

The powers of the Crown in British are those which belong to the office of the King or to the Kingship as an impersonal institution. These powers are never exercised by the Monarch himself. They are exercised in the King’s name by Ministers who derive their authority from Parliament and are responsible to Parliament for … Read more