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1. Which statement best describes nations? Nations must follow the laws set by the United Nations. Nations have less political power than do regional organizations. Nations interact almost exclusively with other nations in their region, Nations have political power over

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  1. Social Studies

    1. Which statement best describes nations? A. must follow the laws set by the United Nations. B. Nations have less political power than do regional organizations. C. Nations interact almost exclusively with other nations in their region, D. Nations have
  2. history

    which statment best describes nations? nations must follow the law by the united states. nations have less political power than do regional organisations nations interact almost exclusively with other nations in their region nations have political power
  3. Social Studies check my answers

    1 which statment best describes nations? nations must follow the law by the united states. nations have less political power than do reginal organszations****** nations interact almost exclusively with other nations in their region nations have political
  4. SS

    1. Which statement best describes nations? Nations must follow the laws set by the United Nations. Nations have less political power than do regional organizations. Nations interact almost exclusively with other nations in their region, Nations have
  5. History

    1) if you choose to become a diplomat after college which of the following will be you primary job? A) organizing military operations involving two or more countries B) promoting a friendly and open relationship with another government C) determining
  6. Social Studies

    i need help with my quick check in Social Studies 1. If you choose to become a diplomat after college, which of the following will be your primary job? A. organizing military operations involving two or more countries B. promoting a friendly and open
  7. Government

    Why other countries (like Unites states, united nations) shold help victims in genocide of darfur? Because there are African nations. Couldn't African Nations help victims? Some African nations are helping the victims, but it doesn't look as though they
  8. History

    When was the first contact of the following first nations people of canada: First nations of the Mackenzie and Yukon River Basins Pacific coast first nations Plateau Fist Nations Plains first nations
  9. World History

    How did alliances between nations serve to escalate World War I? Nations that were on good terms with a nation at war were automatically considered enemies. Nations that shared a common culture were expected to fight on behalf of their neighbors. Nations
  10. Human Geography

    Global Cooperation and Competition 1. Which of the following are NOT years when the UN’s membership rapidly increased? Select the two answer choices that apply. Answer: 1950 - 1953 and 1980 - 1983 2. How does the United Nations differ from the League of
  11. algebra 1

    In 1975, when the United Nations was formed, there were 51 member nations. In 1987, there were 159 member nations. Write an equation that gives the number of nations in the UN, y, in terms of the year, t. Let t=0 correspond to 1945 and assume that
  12. Social studies

    Could anyone help me out? Why is it important that Israel was recognized by the United States and other nations A. It meant that other nations would supply Israel with economic aid B.) it meant that other nations agreed to trade with Israel C.) it meant
  13. history

    Why was it important that Israel was recognized by the United States and other nations? A. It meant that other nations would supply Israel with economic aid. B. It meant that other nations agreed to trade with Israel. C. It meant that other nations would
  14. Social Studies

    Why was it important that Israel was recognized by the United States and other nations? A) it meant the other nations would supply Israel with economic aid B) It meant the other nations agreed to trade with Israel C) it meant the other nations would treat
  15. Social Studies

    Why was it important that Israel was recognized by the United States and other nations A. It meant that other nations would supply Israel with economic aid. B. It meant that other nations agreed to trade with Israel. C. It meant that other nations would
  16. social studies

    Why was it important that Israel was recognized by the United States and other nations? A. It meant that other nations would supply Israel with economic aid. B. It meant that other nations agreed to trade with Israel. C. It meant that other nations would
  17. Social studies

    Countries with little industry are called: Industrialized nations Prehistoric nations developed nations developing nations I think its D (I think I know the answer put I just want to be 100% sure :)
  18. Civics

    Which best describes how factors such as natural resources, physical characteristics, and the relative location of North American nations may have helped prevent war between them? (3 points) North American nations are similar in climate. Nations with
  19. Social Studies

    Why was the United Nations creation more successful than the League of Nations? I know that the League of Nations was created after World War 1, but I'm not sure why it didn't work, where as the UN is still working today.
  20. history

    Which most accurately describes the overall international response to the crisis in Darfur? No nations sent military aid, and few held benefit rallies. Many nations sent food, but no one sent medical supplies. Many nations sent financial aid, but few sent
  21. Social Studies

    Why were many countries still dependent on outside help from other nations, such as the United States, following their independence in the 1800s? A. The colonies were weak, and other nations promised to maintain military bases in their countries in order
  22. History

    How did trade contribute to changes in political interactions among European nations? Increased trade between European nations led Spain and Portugal to create a unified empire in the Americas. European nations united to launch attacks against the Ottoman
  23. Social studies

    Why were many countries still dependent on outside help from other nations, such as the United States, following their independence in the 1800s? A. The colonies were weak, and other nations promised to maintain military bases in their countries in order
  24. Social Studies

    Why were many countries still dependent on outside help from other nations, such as the United States, following their independence in the 1800s? A. The colonies were weak, and other nations promised to maintain military bases in their countries in order
  25. World History

    What was a motivation for imperial nations to expand their territory? A)Imperial nations needed to build up their populations to increase national security. B)Imperial nations needed more resources to supply their factories with raw materials. C)Imperial
  26. Social Studies

    Why were many countries still dependent on outside help from other nations, such as the United States, following their independence in the 1800s? A. The colonies were weak, and other nations promised to maintain military bases in their countries in order
  27. World Geography

    Which statements describe the European Union (EU)? 1) Citizens of EU nations can live, work, or study in any member nation. 2) Passports must be presented by citizens when traveling between EU nations. 3) Tariffs between member nations were ended in 1968.
  28. Business Law

    Which of the following is provided under the Foreign Sovereign Immunities Act? A. rules for conflict resolution among DR-CAFTA members B. endowment of the president with powers to enter into treaties with foreign nations C. guidelines to govern suits
  29. English

    United Nations, 310, 314, 362 Charter of, 311 Declaration of, 309 United States, 225, 238, 275, 289 In Big Four, 322, 325-7 In League of Nations, 299 Lend-Lease policy of, 307 Neutrality of, 305 As United Nations sponsor, 313 Universal Declaration of Human
  30. Business Law-- HELP

    Which of the following is provided under the Foreign Sovereign Immunities Act? A. rules for conflict resolution among DR-CAFTA members B. endowment of the president with powers to enter into treaties with foreign nations C. guidelines to govern suits
  31. History

    Which accurately describes why European nations were so eager to fund expeditions to the New World? european nations funded expeditions to the new world to gain lands, natural resources, and eventually income european nations funded expeditions to the new
  32. History

    Which accurately describes why European nations were so eager to fund expeditions to the New World? European nations funded expeditions to the New World to gain lands, natural resources, and eventually income. European nations funded expeditions to the New
  33. History

    Which best describes how nations used the theory of mercantilism to increase their wealth in the sixteenth century? Nations sought to reduce the amount of gold used in their coinage in order to save and stockpile their gold reserves. Nations sought to
  34. english

    United Nations, 310, 314, 362 charter of, 311 Declaration of, 309 United States, 225, 238, 275, 289 in Big Four, 322, 325-7 in League of Nations, 299 Lend-Lease policy of, 307 Neutrality of, 305 as United Nations sponsor, 313 Universal Declaration of Human
  35. English

    United Nations, 310, 314, 362 charter of, 311 Declaration of, 309 United States, 225, 238, 275, 289 in Big Four, 322, 325-7 in League of Nations, 299 Lend-Lease policy of, 307 Neutrality of, 305 as United Nations sponsor, 313 Universal Declaration of Human
  36. US history

    Which of the following is an American organization founded in the early 1920s to promote international peace? 1. Daughters of the American Revolution 2. American Committee for the Outlawry of War 3. Kellogg-Briand group 4. League of Nations 5. United
  37. check geo

    abstract painting and geometric design are examples of: A)realism B)impressionism C)romanticism D)modern art my choice d the maastricht treaty was an agreement among: A)all european nations B)western european nations C)eastern european nations D)europe and
  38. Philosophy

    1. For each of the following underlined statements identify any vagueness, semantic ambiguity or syntactic ambiguity in the statement. If the statement is vague, explain why. If the statement is ambiguous, provide at least two alternative interpretations
  39. Geography

    How is the United Nations able to impact international political relations of sovereign nations? What gives it that power?
  40. World History PLZZZ HURRY!!! ANYONE

    The United Nations was created at the end of World War II. The United Nations tried to help make positive impacts across the world in all ways except: A. Help solve conflicts between countries B. Provide aid to needy countries C. Issued a set of rights
  41. International Law

    Hello What two nations has the United Nations intervened. I have Cuban and Angola, Israel and Arab States. I am looking for more examples. Thank You
  42. history

    The United States belongs to which of the following international associations? Select the two correct answers. A. Warsaw Pact*** B. United Nations C. League of Nations D. British Commonwealth E. North Atlantic Treaty Organization***
  43. Civics

    In The Wealth of Nations, Adam Smith mentions that very good grapes could be grown in Scotland. However, growing high quality grapdes in Scotland would be about 30 times as expensive as purchasing grapes from foreign countries. Some nations are better than
  44. history

    what was america's response about joining the league of nations (after ww1)? a- the public thought that america should lead the league of nations b- the public generally supported the idea but wanted to play a smaller role c- it supported the president and
  45. Modern World History

    What is the relationship between wealthy nations and supporting of the arts?? Wealthy nations have more money to support the arts than do poorer nations. I hope this helps. Thanks for asking. In Wealthy nations there is a chance for leisure time and
  46. History

    Which best describes how European powers of the 16th century used the economic theory of mercantilism to grow their wealth? A) European nations maximized the sale of exports and established tariffs to restrict colonies from trading with foreign nations. B)
  47. SS

    27) How might specialization encourage trade? A) One nation will sell its specialty to others ONLY if they don't compete. B) Nations stop using products from other nations to support their own economies. C) Nations agree to work together as a team to make
  48. social studies

    Which statement best describes the United Nations plan for the Palestine Mandate after World War II?
  49. Washington state History

    Isaac Stevens Quiz A. to establish a binding agreement between two nations A.He arranged treaties between Native Americans and the United States. C.Native American tribes were recognized as sovereign nations, so only other nations could enter into treaties
  50. History

    which of the following most directly caused the cold war? A. fighting for control of outer space B. formation of the united nations C. different economic and political ideas D. religious differences among nations
  51. Global

    Human rights and self-determination were proclaimed after WWII by 1. the French colonial rulers 2. the United Nations charter 3. the Soviet Union 4. the white South African leaders Is the correct answer 2. the United Nations charter?
  52. Human Geography

    Which of the following best describes contemporary perspectives on resource sustainability? A. The United Nations asserts that eradication of poverty should precede environmental efforts. B. There is broad consensus about how to implement the four pillars
  53. Ms. Sue PLZ HELP!!!(Civics)

    What is one benefit of a country joining the United Nations? A. to become a democratic government B. to develop friendly relations with other nations *** C. to protect its citizens from neighboring countries D. to project its economic growth for several
  54. Geography/History

    Multiple select. The dissolution of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics _____. 1) had no effect on the United States 2) affected nations throughout the world 3) reduced the number of Communist nations in the world 4) increased the number of Communist
  55. History

    Which best describes the significance of the Treaty of Tordesillas? It was the first time in world history that two European nations agreed to claim and share the same piece of land. It was the first time in world history that two European nations declared
  56. History

    Which best describes the significance of the Treaty of Tordesillas? A) It was the first time in world history that two European nations sought a third party to mediate a dispute regarding foreign lands. B) It was the first time in world history that two
  57. World History

    Which best describes the significance of the Treaty of Tordesillas? It was the first time in world history that two European nations declared peace with the Ottoman Empire without the Catholic Church’s consent. It was the first time in world history that
  58. History

    In January 1917, President Wilson outlined a "new world order" in which: a. freedom of the seas should be reevaluated as a vital American policy. b. the League of Nations should be replaced by the United Nations. c. self-determination would be the
  59. history

    Which describes the relationship between oil-producing Middle Eastern nations and the consumer states that consume their petroleum? Consumer states often are dependent on Mideast oil producers, but potential ties to terrorist groups are a disturbing
  60. government

    How has the United Nations responded to nations that have violated the Universal Declaration of Human Rights? Give atleast one specific example, and explain whether or not the UN actions were effective at protecting the rights. Please help.
  61. history

    Why would European nations give away land to people willing to settle and work in their colonies? (4 points) a To support the slave trade b To grow larger and more powerful c To learn from the Native Americans d To create new nations like the United States
  62. History

    Which describes the relationship between oil-producing Middle Eastern nations and the consumer states that consume their petroleum? Oil-producing nations realize their economic interdependence with the consumer states and work together in harmony. Consumer
  63. History

    Which describes the relationship between oil-producing Middle Eastern nations and the consumer states that consume their petroleum? A. The oil-producing nations wield absolute power over their overseas oil consumers, who have no alternative source of oil.
  64. history SUE HELP MEEEE

    In The Wealth of Nations, Adam Smith mentions that very good grapes could be grown in Scotland. However, growing high quality grapes in Scotland would be about 30 times as expensive as purchasing grapes from foreign countries. Some nations are better than
  65. Social studies

    15.which of the following best describes the legacy of the crusades? A.muslim nations in the middle east experienced a renaissance. B.western europe experienced dark age C.it created resentment between christian and muslim nations. (MY ANSWER) D.christian
  66. Social Studies: World War |

    Which of the following BEST describes the cause of WW1? A.European nations competed for land, trade and military power.** B. European and Asian nations fought for control of land. C. European and American nations fought over control over the sea. D.
  67. Trade

    One of the PRIMARY reasons that trade between nations takes place is because A) no nation can be economically self-sufficient. B) resources are evenly distributed around the world. C) nations use their absolute advantage in production to monopolize
  68. history

    How did the Industrial Revolution introduce justifications for imperialism? (Select all that apply.) Industrialized nations sought to learn from the economic systems within Africa. Industrialized nations sought colonies for natural resources to power their
  69. World History

    How did the Industrial Revolution introduce justifications for imperialism? (Select all that apply.) Industrialized nations sought to bring technological knowledge to Africa and Asia. Industrialized nations sought colonies to deport people who would work
  70. history

    The nations of the world that were formerly victims of imperialism and did not align themselves with either the West or the Communist powers are today called what? A. first world countries B. second world countries C. underdeveloped nations D. developing
  71. history

    Which of the following was an effect of militarism in Europe in the late 1800's? a)Nations made political and military alliances. b)Strong governments developed. c)Nations made economic alliances, d)Political tension between nations was reduced. my answer
  72. world history

    which of the following was an effect of militarism in europe in the late 1800s? nations made political and military alliances. b)strong governments developed. c)nations made economic alliances. d)political tension between nations was reduced.
  73. history

    why did a number of nations join to form NATO in 1949? a. to solve postwar problems as an agency of the United Nations b. to create an economic alliance against Germany and Japan c. to protect themselves from possible Soviet aggression d. to counter the
  74. australia's role in united nations

    Outline Australia’s positions and responsibilities in the United Nations australia plays a big role :P australia's role in the united Nations was to ..... not much Hey, it would help heaps if you could andwer this question, What is Australia's role in
  75. history

    Which accurately describes the Middle Passage of the triangular trade? During the Middle Passage, European nations transported American Indians from the New World over to Europe to serve as slaves. During the Middle Passage, European nations transported
  76. Social Studies CHECK ANSWERS

    3. Which of the following sentences best describes the role of the United Nations in world affairs? A) it ensures that everyone follows treaties B) it maintains good relations and keeps discussions open*** C) it mediates conflicts and supports
  77. History

    Which accurately describes the Middle Passage of the triangular trade? During the Middle Passage, European nations sailed around Africa to Calicut, India, and traded for spices. During the Middle Passage, European nations sailed along the Mediterranean Sea
  78. Social studies

    11.what was the cause of the crusades? A.a muslim ruler captured the holy land in the middle east. (MY ANSWER) B.islamic and christian nations disagreed about the trade routes known as the silk road. C.christisn nations wanted to conquer the middle east to
  79. History

    How did nations collectively intensify the conditions of the Great Depression? The breakdown in economic interdependence led to the inflation of multiple currencies worldwide and reduced international trade. The raising of tariffs in different countries
  80. History

    I am to explain the role the U.S. has in the emerging globl community. My response is below, could someone check to see if I am on the right track with my answer. Thank you very much. The United States face many challenges in the global community. The
  81. English

    Combine these two simple sentences into a complex sentence. Many industrialized nations use the metric system. The United States refuses to adopt it. A. Although many industrialized nations use the metric system, the United States refuses to adopt it. B.
  82. Statistics

    The United Nations published a statement that 2% of the world’s population has more than half the world’s wealth, whereas half the world’s population has only 1% of the world’s wealth. In 2013, the world’s population reached 7 100 000 people,
  83. world history

    more than forty nations joined the League of Nations, agreeing to negotiate disputes rather than resort to war. Members of the League promised to take common action--economic or even military--against any aggressor state. What was the one key nation that
  84. history

    Do you think the U.S. and other nations should have joined the League of Nations with no restrictions to its obligations under Article 10? Its hard for me to comprehend this. Could someone help?
  85. Statictics

    6. In 2000, the United Nations claimed that there was a higher rate of illiteracy in men than in women from the country of Qatar. A humanitarian organization went to Qatar to conduct a random sample. The results revealed that 45 out of 234 men and 42 out
  86. World War 2

    how did the response of the League of Nations and of Britain, France, and other European nations to Axis aggression contributed to the start of the war?
  87. history

    What attempts have European imperial powers made in the 20th century to address the atrocities committed in colonies throughout the world? (Select all that apply.) A) Many European nations have addressed their imperial actions by providing economic relief
  88. History

    Which accurately describes why European nations were so eager to fund expeditions to the New World? ANSWER: European nations funded expeditions to the New World to gain lands, natural resources, and eventually income
  89. Science

    Compared to developing nations, developed Nations have_?
  90. American history

    How has globalization affected jobs in industrialized nations? A. Many manufacturing jobs have moved to less developed nations. B. Most of the jobs in service industries have moved to less developed nations. C. Pay for factory jobs has increased sharply as
  91. World History

    Why did the Industrial Revolution begin in Britain rather than in other European nations or the Americas? A. In addition to resources and technology, Britain had the right economic, political, and social conditions. B. Britain had the largest population
  92. History

    What attempts have European imperial powers made in the 20th century to address the atrocities committed in colonies throughout the world? (Select all that apply.) A) Many European nations have addressed their imperial actions by providing economic relief
  93. History

    4. European leaders began to introduce reforms at the end of the nineteenth and the beginning of the twentieth centuries. Which of the following was not proposed? (Points : 3) shorter work hours for children accident insurance for workers old age pensions
  94. Geography

    3. One of the main problems challenging the economics of many African nations today is a. a lack of diverse exports b. increasing their export of raw materials c. competing with the industrial output of other African nations d. making fishing more
  95. History

    1. An increase in immigration to Minnesota resulted in large part from? a. tighter immigration laws b. a rise in global conflict c. and end to refugee status d. the Truman Doctrine 2. The Cold War most directly impacted Minnesotans through a. the Korean
  96. English

    UNICEF 1. the United Nations International Children's Fund 2. United Nations International Children's Fund (What is the full form of UNICEF? Do we have to add 'the' or not? Thank you. And let me know a website which contains the explanation about the
  97. Global history

    Which of the following provides evidence that imperialism left a lasting impact on many colonial territories? A. Many African and Asian nations are based on former colonial boundaries. B. Many former colonies are still ruled by European governments C.
  98. U.S. History (Ms. Sue)

    1) List the four nations that dominated the Paris peace confederence in 1919. A: The four nations that dominated the Paris peace confederence in 1919 were the United States, Great Britain, France, and Italy. 2) Why did President Wilson propose his Fourteen
  99. U.S. History

    1) List the four nations that dominated the Paris peace confederence in 1919. A: The four nations that dominated the Paris peace confederence in 1919 were the United States, Great Britain, France, and Italy. 2) Why did President Wilson propose his Fourteen
  100. History

    What advantage did the United Nations (World War 2) appear to have over the League of Nations (World War 1) ?

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