Mostafa
what was the last book you read? Aaccording to me the last book I read was an Arabic book called "An Introduction To The Science Of Politics"
The book was realy nice and direct.

The best thing I learned from it is the history of state formation. This gave me an answer to the question of how and why we are living in a world that is seperated into states and countries? 

After the history of state, the book then begin to speak about the constitutions of the state itself. 

The last chapter was about the internatinal relations and how these countries and states deal with eschother. 

For me: I came aout with a conclusion that we are living in an unfair and seperated world in which strong states only have the right to make decisions on this earth and they only take the steps that are related to their own benifit and sake regardless of others. Syrian people are an example.
Mar 3, 2018 7:51 AM
Comments · 3
I've just finished Sapiens. It's quite an interesting book and part of it even discusses precisely this subject of the division of humankind into nations. For the author in a biological point of view those kind of political boundaries only exist as figments of our imagination and the cultural nuances that ended up dividing us into nations are not as definite and strong as we make them seem. So it's a interesting book with a challenging approach of our history.
March 3, 2018
devil and miss prym
March 3, 2018
it was Animal Farm of George Orwell, it is the best communism criticize I've ever read. Even though he is a socialist.
March 3, 2018
Mostafa
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