I can see that this is going to be a hard question to answer and not just because of the misspelling! Politics is already an extremely divisive subject, but you didn't mention the country where you are from or what you are interested in, which can make a colossal difference. I know Americans like to think that their political system is the only one in the world that actually matters, but anyone who steps outside of their political bubble and take a look at the world around them are in for a rude awakening. There are so many countries with such different political systems that you could literally spend your entire life trying to study and understand them. Anyway, I'm going to try and restrain myself from writing a lot of paragraphs about the subject here because it is a topic that I can talk about forever. I'm also only going to recommend a single book to you, but despite its age, it is the one and only book that you really need to read to understand people and politics. If you have ever heard the phrase absolute power corrupts absolutely, then you will already be familiar with the author. The book is called The Prince and it was written by an Italian philosopher called Machiavelli.