Politics is essentially social, as it concerns who will hold power (or who will rule), and who(s) will make decisions. Since power will require at least two actors (individual, class, state, etc.) and the ruler and the ruled, politics is related to the social. The ruler and the ruler can implement their power (without dominating) by force, on the one hand, and with cooperation and persuasion on the other hand. This shows that politics can be an area of cooperation or conflict. The fact that politics is an art of management emerges in the resolution process of conflicts.