What are three reasons that the United States seeks foreign cooperation to stop terrorism? The United States lacks the expertise to stop terrorism. Terrorists operate from various nations around the world. Other nations are also threatened by terrorists. It’s more effective to gather the resources and expertise of many nations. Terrorists fear alliances of many nations.
Among the options given on the question the best three reasons are given below.
1.Terrorists operate from various nations around the world= Terrorists do not only work or plan in USA. They operate the insurgency from various nations around the world. So if other nation also cooperate, it is for USA to fight the terrorists.
2.Other nations are also threatened by terrorists= USA is not only attacked or threatened by terrorists . There are many other countries that are attacked by them. Like as Britain, France, Spain and many other Western countries.
3.It is more effective to gather the resources and expertise of many nations= When a threat is working world wide it is more effective to fight against this threat by co operating each other with the resources and expertise. That's USA seeks foreign co operation for battle against terrorism.
Terrorists operate from various nations around the world.
Other nations are also threatened by terrorists.
It’s more effective to gather the resources and expertise of many nations.
Which basic economic question determines how a society will produce goods and services? A) Who consumes the goods and services?
B) How can available resources be used efficiently?
C) What goods and services are produced?
D) What price should goods and services be sold at?
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B. How can available resources be used efficiently?
In order to maximize the efficiency of the limited productive resources a society needs and wants, we must ask three main questions (what to produce, how to produce and for who to produce). All economic systems (free-market, mixed, command, and traditional) seek to solve these three questions.
To determine how a society will produce goods and services we must ask how can available resources be used efficiently, which resources are adequate to produce certain good, and how it will be produced, whether it is by machines or people to maximize the capacity of production.
What is the main difference that can be drawn from jean Jacques rousseau’s Book the social contract
If by "difference" you mean the difference with other Enlightenment thinkers who argued on behalf of the social contract, the main difference was Rousseau's emphasis on the GENERAL WILL of the people.
Along with other Enlightenment thinkers, Rousseau agreed with the idea of the social contract. (Indeed, that's the title of one of his most famous books.) The idea of a "social contract" is that the people agree to give authority to a government in order to make their lives in society better.
In his social contract theory, Rousseau insisted that that the PEOPLE of a nation are SOVEREIGN -- meaning that the people are always the ones who are to be deciding matters for their own society. Rousseau famously asserted that the "GENERAL WILL" of the people is always right, because the people on the whole have the best sense of what is needed for them as a society.
Some have criticized Rousseau's approach as promoting an unworkable view of government run completely by democratic referendum. But if you read his famous book, The Social Contract, you'll see his view of the "general will" is more nuanced than that. It isn't just a majority ballot sort of thing. For instance, in the 2016 presidential election in America, the "general will" that was most expressing itself was that the country wasn't greatly happy about either candidate running for the office of chief executive of the country. If Rousseau's "general will" principle had been put into action, the nation might have called for a new round of nominations to produce a candidate that could have pulled the nation together rather than divisive candidates and parties pulling the country in opposite directions.
How did political parties build coalitions out of their diverse ethnic and regional constituencies?
What is one characteristic of presidential election years in the United States? A. they have lower voter turnout than midterm elections
B. they have higher voter turnout than other democratic nations
C. they have higher voter turnout than midterm elections
D. they have higher voter turnout than they did in the past
The correct answer is option C. "they have higher voter turnout than midterm elections".
A high voter turnout is essential for a healthy democracy because is the way the people make their voice be heard by the government. Historically, and nowadays, presidential election years have higher voter turnout than midterm elections in the United States. The percentage of voter turnout during presidential elections years is usually around 60%, while the voter turnout during midterm elections is around 40%.
Why did the delegates decide to replace the Articles of Confederation?
Who predicted that america would have a man on the moon before the end of the 60's?
Which organization best completes the diagram showing the structure of the legislative branch of the u.s. government a . congressional district
b . house of representatives
c . party caucus
d . conference committee
B. House of Representatives (apex)
House of representatives
Who were the first Roman settlers?