How should a president make relationships with other Countries?
For a country to become powerful, establishing relationships across the world is smart. That means two countries are involved together, to do something. Ways of doing that is establishing trade, alliances, territories, language and colture exchange, ect.
the president is in charge of relationships with other countries.
they dont have a relationship
you should read a history of the world in 6 cups chapter 9 and 10
jenny fawcett and patty fawcett
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.
If you are isolated in a relationship, you shouldn't be in it. You should try other relationships and other people - not all are the same!
More than 40 other countries in the world have presidents.
President Woodrow Wilson thought self determination should be used to establish the borders of countries. The people living in areas could decide where the borders should be based on their ethnicity and other common characteristics.
Countries do not have affairs in the way you imply in your question. Countries have foreign relations with other countries and the department that deals with these relationships is called the foreign affairs department. A foreign affairs department will have relations with all countries. some of which will be ambassadorial relationships.
Other countries are different. Some countries presidents are really dictators with life time terms
The President of the United States is Commander-in-Chief of the US armed forces, which include the army, navy and marines, air force, and coast guard. Presidents of other countries may have other relationships to their armed forces.
It connect to each other in many way...
The Ministers for foreign affairs, immigration and ethnic affairs and the pm
Yes, The US president is a US citizen. In all other countries, No. Most presidents in other countries are forbidden from holding citizenship in another country.
the president stays in a very fancy, suite
The President can declare war with other countries, but with the approval of the Senate.
through taking control of the elections of other countries.
No they shouldn't. Countries should develop in their own ways and live in peace.
It is a requirement for the US President. Other countries have different rules.
It affected Australia's relationships with other countries because it made Australia start to question and analyze their bonds and links with other countries. Australia wanted to become independent from Britain because John Curtain thought that success in war could not come from Britain. He wanted Australia to look to the US as they had new ideas and attitudes.
To be President of the US, yes. To be president of various other countries, committees, corporations and groups, no, you do not.
Neutralism is when a country or countries believe that they should not be entangled politically with other countries and avoid it altogether.
In the US, it is in January. Other countries, other months.
no Do the people in those other countries want us there?
president must obey and protect the constitution and make treaties with other countries
How and why have Vietnam's relation with other countries changed since the end of the Vietnam war in 1975?
Relationships with other countries is now a little less complicated in that world trade, tourism, and other forms of international relationships NO LONGER involve two countries, which would entail two forms of laws & customs. There is no longer a North and South Vietnam. Only a one Vietnam to communicate with, albeit a communist one.
The United Nations (UN).
Many. As much as he can.
Yes, the vice president often goes to other countries to represent the US. For example, one of Joe Biden's first international entourages was to Serbia.
A relationship with attributes should be an associative entity when: - All relationships for the associative entity should be many - The associative entity could have meaning independent of the other entities - The associative entity should have attribute(s), but it may or may not have an identifier - The associative entity may participate in other relationships other than the entities of the associated relationship - Ternary relationships should be converted to associative entities
In the United States, a president is limited to two terms. Other countries have different limits.
In the United States, Barack Obama is the President in 2013. For other countries, see related questions.
If that country wants good relationships with other countries yes. If the country wants to be a part of the UN it has to promise to respect human rights however there are some countries in the UN (like China that don't) so somewhat.
Yes. Many countries have presidents, as do many corporations and other organizations.
Secretary of State
that wanted to stop it from spreading to other countries!
I THINK SHE SHOULD FOR ONCES INVITE PEPOLE FROM OTHER COUNTRIES ON HER SHOW LIKE AFRICAINS, MEXICIANS AND SO MANY OTHER COUNTRIES I THINK SHE SHOULD FOR ONCES INVITE PEPOLE FROM OTHER COUNTRIES ON HER SHOW LIKE AFRICAINS, MEXICIANS AND SO MANY OTHER COUNTRIES
What is the president of Puerto Rico doing that is different from the traditional role in other countries?
The president of Puerto Rico is the president of the United States, Mr Obama.
In the US, the vice-president may be impeached and then removed by the Senate. Other countries have similar procedures.
because there are some many countries in the world that the president doesn't have to know them all,and plus he is busy running the country and other stuff that presidents do.
relationships in other departments.
Which president at the end of his term believed that he U.S should not get into affairs with other countries?
George Washington in his farewell address warned against foreign entanglements. Many later presidents agreed with him.
The president of Ireland is the head of state and officially appoints the ministers and the Taoiseach. The Taoiseach is the head of government, similar to the prime minister in other countries. The president does not take part in active politics in the running of the country. The president of Ireland is the head of state and officially appoints the ministers and the Taoiseach. The Taoiseach is the head of government, similar to the prime… Read More
piles of butts!
Chief of State
In the US, as well as in other countries, the minimum age is 35.