North America, Canada, Brazil and Argentina (not in specific order)
# Russia - Largest country in the world. # Canada - Largest country in the Western Hemisphere. # United States - Longest border with one other country. # China - Largest all-Asian country. # Brazil - Largest country in South America. # Australia - Largest country in the Southern Hemisphere. # India - Third-largest country in Asia.
France, Spain, and Sweden in that order.
North America, South America
President Monroe set out to stop European interferences in the Western Hemisphere by issuing an Executive order. The Executive order was called the Monroe Doctrine, which stopped Europe from colonizing or interfering with any country in the Americas.
Canada, Brazil, and the US, in that order.
in order to preserve democracy in the western hemisphere
Roosevelt's Corollary stated that if any nation in the Western Hemisphere was threatened that the U.S. would get involved in order to keep Europe out of our Hemisphere. Hope that helped.
Five countries that are part of Western Africa are [in no particular order] Mali, Niger, Mauritania, Côte D'Ivoire, and Ghana.
China, India, United States (in that order)
In order, Canada, US and Mexico.
They are in order, Canada, USA and Mexico.
Brazil is the largest country listed. Next in order of size is Columbia. Ecuador is the smallest of the three countries.
in order, russia, Canada, the us, china, and Australia
Check out Wikipedia's page on the subject.
Germany is the 62nd largest country in the world
Brazil, Argentina, and Peru are the three largest, in that order.
Pope Francis is the first member of the Jesuit order to be elected as pope, the first pope from the Western Hemisphere, the first pope from the Southern Hemisphere and the first pope from the Americas.
Who toured western Europe for ideas on modernizing his nation and invaded other countries in order to secure warm-water spots
Brazil! You should have checked an atlas!
The largest country in the world is Russia, followed by Canada, China, the United States and Brazil in that order.
Indonesia, Pakistan, India, Bangladesh and Egypt, in that order.
A state as a governmental division is the smallest, followed by country, which is part of a continent (usually one of 7), which is part of a hemisphere (any of 4 for the Earth).
I will answer this in order to clarify the wrong notion that "Central America" is a continent. The Western Hemisphere has only two continents: North America & South America. The most southern country in North America is Panama. The confusion lies with the "look" of the geography. What I mean by that is that the small string of countries south of Mexico, namely Belize, Honduras. Guatemala, El Salvador, Nicaragua, Costa Rica, & Panama, because they "seem" to be a separate part of the Western Hemisphere are called "Central America" . That name is a informal one, not a real geographic reality.
Indonesia, Malaysia, and Brunei, in order of percentage from largest to smallest.