One thing you learn from spending time studying China is that the Chinese state has an asymmetric advantage in much better understanding the US than the US understands China and being very good at deliberately structuring their systems and policies in a way that consistently exploits the weaknesses in how Western liberal democracies are organised.
इस कहानी में आप पढ़ेंगे कि किस तरह चतुरों के चतुर तेनालीरमन् ने अपनी चतुराई से बिना एक पैसा खर्च किये अपने बाग़ की सिंचाई करा ली।
By Prof. M.G.S. Narayanan The author is a well-known historian and former chairman of the Indian Council for Historical Research. This address was delivered at the annual conference of the Indian History and Culture Society held at Vadodara in November 2001 and reproduced in History Today (No. 3, 2002).
Jerri-Lynn Scofield compares and contrasts the electoral systems of the US and India.
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An excerpt from David Starkey's Crown and Country: A History of England through the Monarchy that gives an insight into why England is so different from continental Europe.
The story behind our Pepsodent smiles.
Habits, scientists say, emerge because the brain is constantly looking for ways to save effort. Left to its own devices, the brain will try to make almost any routine into a habit, because habits allow our minds to ramp down more often. This effort-saving instinct is a huge advantage.