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No, and so no they shouldn't. There's bureaucratic processes outside of the civil service; particularly in legislatures.


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To JamesK's point, I don't like tags that are supersets of another tag. By this definition, every question tagged with "war" should also be tagged with "armed-conflict" and finding questions about "non-war armed conflicts" would involve doing a search for armed-conflict but NOT war, I think this touches on an important point. ...


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You can create tags on this site after reaching 150 reputation. You can do this simply by adding the new tag to a question - it will be created automatically. To add a description to your tag, you can visit the tag's 'About' page. In your case, you have created the chinese-communist-party tag, and you can find this tag's information here. Any registered user ...


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I've added a proposed tag synonym in the opposite direction, i.e. to https://politics.stackexchange.com/tags/history/synonyms since JJ's comment has received some upvotes. The synonym still needs some upvotes of its own to become effective.


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There don't seem to be any objections, and it seems sensible to me, so I went ahead and created the synonym.


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Yes, but: The lemma on Wikipedia is Global warming: Global warming is the long-term rise in the average temperature of the Earth's climate system. It is a major aspect of climate change and has been demonstrated by direct temperature measurements and by measurements of various effects of the warming. Global warming and climate change are often ...


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This question was asked more than two years ago, but I was just about to ask the exact same question when the "similar questions" box showed me this just before posting. I think in politics and everyday discussion the two terms are synonyms. It only makes sense to distinguish between the two from a scientific viewpoint. At the moment we have 50 questions ...


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