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Political Tactics of 21st Century


“Political victory involves many schemes and will be successful only if successful ones are employed or used.” - Hirtos

I am intrigued by the workings of government and politics but my knowledge and desire to be a political scientist was assailed long before reading about 21st-century politics. For every political campaign, claims and applications of political strategy are made. Many of them are remarkable and intriguing. However, other aspects of 21st-century politics also merit investigations.

After hearing about some 21st-century campaigns and elections, I was wondering: Does 21st-century politics teach us anything? Will the political strategy be successful? Is there a place for political strategy in the political world?

21st-century politics mixes the normal aspects of political theory. It uses pragmatism, focus, and slogans as a foundation for elections, strategies, and principles. This is an interesting concept. However, in using those principles, messages, and ideas, election campaigns are aimed at popular vote and new parties. These complex and subtle messages from politicians and parties, influence voters’ opinions. In an era of multiparty politics, the democratic world is different from the previous eras. Political strategy in recent years differs from the traditional political strategies, like “pandemic leader”, “election party” and “make the area as much secure as possible”, where politics refers to the strategy for political parties, voters, and politicians.

In the 19th century, one party which dominated politics was the Protestant Church and its leaders such as Martin Luther and Calvin; and the Catholic Church dominated 20th-century politics. Today, the United Nations society rules, with many different cultures and religions. Politics is a universal phenomenon, and individual politicians' acts cannot be understood in the same way. Further, the political perceptions among the electorate, cities, and countries today are unique. A range of external factors such as the current hurricanes and pandemics make 21st-century politics complex and difficult.

Citizens should always evaluate how an election campaign will affect them and their national development. Thus, citizens deserve an informed and rational election and political process. They should accept their responsibility of voting for people, who can help them and provide solutions to their problems. Only active citizens will be able to take a stand and represent their values and traditions.

Many factors and relevant conditions influence the outcome of a political campaign: health and environment, business laws, income tax and other taxes, changes in the political ideologies of politicians, the way people perceive the issues and vote, use of powerful communication strategies, people and environment as part of the issues, propaganda, the level of confidence of election and political activism, exclusion and exclusion politics, to name but a few. Voters could succeed only by analyzing and analyzing the voting trends, predicting trends, and enacting strategies and practices to counteract the influence of the traditional and intrusive electoral campaigns.

To deepen voters’ understanding, voter education, deeply political and economic analysis, and affirmative action (infrastructural plans and anti-poverty measures) are vital for democratic political systems. Voters should be informed about their right to vote, ensure that they understand what their choices mean, ensure their compliance with civic duty and debates about social issues and reforms. Attention to their culture and history makes them more knowledgeable of their own rights.

In the event of a close election outcome, campaigns should consider different campaigns. Campaigns should become more resourceful. This implies helping voters to choose between strong ideas or politically motivated slogans in the context of voting, with an effective advertising campaign. Political marketing has an urgent necessity in the 21st-century political world.

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