عنوان مقاله [English]
The output of the states as political system at the domestic scale is security, welfare and comfort, and at the external level interacting with other countries, strengthening the presence in various international arenas and pursuing the national interests of the country. The shortcomings of the political system in carrying out its duties give rise to various entropies. This descriptive-stylistic study which conducted in a library manner, seeks to explain the most important entropies involving in the collapse of the states. According to the field of issue, two groups of entropies have been studied: entropies that have political basis and entropies that have geopolitical basis. The research findings emphasize that the most important entropies that threaten a political system are: administrative-political corruption, declining levels of social capital, limited individual freedoms, disintegration and geopolitics challenges. The persistence and strengthening of entropies further weakens the system and its negative feedback causes the political system to move towards an entropic state, and the persistence of the entropic state leads to death and ultimately to collapse, a fate that befell the Soviet Union.