How does the scope of American government compare to the scope of government in other countries?
1. The US The United States devotes a smaller percentage of its resources to government.
2. The US does not have a national system of insurance.
3.The US in general impacts it's citizens lives much less that other similar countries
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North America is not a country, but a continent, and it is the 3rd biggest in the world. Read More
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Yes, they are. See the related link below to compare shoe sizes amongst Canada/USA to other countries. Read More
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How did that compare with how leaders democratic countries such as Britain and France felt about using force against other nations?
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The Chinese government often gifts the Zoo's of other countries with Panda Bears. Read More
In the USA we eat at Chinese or Mexican or other countries restaurants specializing in only that countries cuisene Do other countries eat American?
Yes, most countries having many American visitors have restaurants with American style food, particularly in the major hotels. Read More
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The U.S. government encourages the U.S. companies to sell their products in other countries because other countries may offer better opportunities for growth. Read More
Laser eye surgery in the us is greatly reduced than in other countries do to sterilization techniques. in other countries the chemicals, such as ethinol are not widely available. Read More
How do the populations of Central American countries compare to the populations of other Latin American countries?
All of them are composed of three ethnic groups: Native Americans or Amerindians; people of European descent and people of African ancestry. Most countries within Latin America (Central America included) have these three ethnic groups and mixtures of all three of them. For example, mestizo people, a mix of native American and European, makes up the majority of most countries in Central America. On the other hand, South American countries have kept a more pronounced… Read More
The new government should pay off the millions of dollars in depts owed by the confederation government to other countries and to individual American Citizens. Read More
Some are different, some are the same, you would have to ask about two specific countries to compare. Read More
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True brazilians do not compare Brazil to any other country because they believe that all countries and all people are equal and deserve prosperity and health. Read More
Which best describes the president's authority to negotiate treaties and to appoint diplomats and ambassadors to go abroad and represent the American government in its relations with other countries?
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They compare favourably with the population of other countries. Some are denser that others. Read More
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Football is commonly termed "American Football" in other countries. Most countries refer to football as soccer. American Football thus clarifies which sport they are actually talking about. Read More
It has land and government and iPods. Read More
The game is American football. The US class this as a key sport for their country. If you consider the sheer size of America its in proportion with Europe. So the viewer levels are very high and compare with soccer in the European countries. Plus American Football is played outside the US. Its still emerging but it is followed by many other countries Read More
How does the instance of Seasonal Affective Disorder in the United States compare to that in other countries?
Seasonal Affective Disorder in the United States is comparable to that of other countries. Nordic countries, however, appear to have an overall lower prevalence of this disorder. Read More
The United States government is better at using their military to bully other countries than Canada is, but Canada is better at recognizing the rights of United States citizens who have fled the United States because of an illegal military draft. The United States government is better than the Canadian government at bribing the Heads of State from other countries to go along with U.S. policy, but the Canadian government is better at applying socialist… Read More
Globalization and Americanization are closely related. Not only do business and media seek to homogenize world cultures, making other countries' citizen glamorize and assimilate American culture accelerates globalization. Read More
No. Compare to all other gulf countries Dubai is tourist friendly. Read More
The Canada population is much smaller compared to its land area. Read More
How does Canada compare with other countries in the world in terms of population and population density?
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U.s has more aircraft carriers as compare to other countries of the world. Read More
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What policies of the US government that promote or fail to promote relationships with other countries?
The policies of the United States government that promote or fail to promote relationships with other countries is called Foreign Policy. The United States tries to make sure that people in other countries are treated fairly. Read More
They can and they do in all Western countries and in many other countries, too. Read More
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When a government has a budget deficit they then have to borrow from other countries and will then be indebted to them. Read More
The American Revolution inspired the French Revolution. Read More
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