Second Level Subjects
Metapolitics is metalinguistic talk about politics; a political dialogue about politics itself. In this mode, metapolitics takes on various forms of inquiry, appropriating to itself another way toward the discourse of politics and the political. It assumes a self-conscious role of mediating the analytic, synthetic, and normative language of political inquiry and politics itself. Put simply, it is dialogue about the way politics will talk about itself.
Organizations relating to Metapolitics
International Rehabilitation Centre for Victims of Totalitarian Regimes and Civil War, Kiev / Est. 1994
Transatlantic Democracy Network
African Democracy Forum / Est. 2000
Center for Russia and Eurasia / Est. 1983
Communist International / Est. 1919
Norwegian Political Science Association / Est. 1956
Caribbean Democrat Union / Est. 1986
Latin American School for Political Science and Public Administration / Est. 1966
International Action Committee for Democracy in Burma
Civic Life International / Est. 2004
Asian Pacific Youth League for Freedom and Democracy / Est. 1979
International School of Social and Political Sciences
Community of Democracies / Est. 2000
Parliamentary Human Rights Foundation
Global Foundation for Democracy and Development
Radical Faeries / Est. 1998
Lola Solar Fund / Est. 1990
Commonwealth Fund for Democracy and Good Governance / Est. 2001
InterBand / Est. 1992
Technical Group of the European Right / Est. 1984
Alliance of Liberals and Democrats for Europe / Est. 1953
Institute for International Economic and Political Studies, Moscow / Est. 1961
Rinoceros / Est. 2002
International Marxist Group / Est. 1956
Africa Fund / Est. 1966
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