What is defined as the process by which a nation is ruled and by which the laws are enacted and enforced?
yes we should have little rights to do stuff
What is the process by which a nation is ruled and which the laws are enacted and enforced?
governance or government
Asked in Politics and Government
Is Texas a nation state?
Texas could be defined as a nation, as it is a large group of people that share a common culture, language and possible history. However, Texas is not a state, defined as a sovereign entity, so it is not a nation-state as the term is typically defined. If you defined state instead as a sub-unit of the U.S. then perhaps you could define Texas as a nation-state. ...
Asked in Holidays and Traditions
What is a strong democratic tradition?
A strong democratic tradition can be surmised to mean that a nation or other entity has consistently enforced the ability of it's citizens or representatives to vote. The more democratic, the stronger the democratic process is. ...
Asked in Definitions, Word Games
What is the process by which a nation or country is ruled-?
The process by which a nation or country is ruled is known as government.
Asked in The Difference Between
What is the difference between Nation and Nationality?
A nation describes a geographical place that is defined by its borders, whether to neighboring countries or to natural boundaries, and sometimes defined by the difference in the culture and language. Nationality is basically citizenship that is granted to people who are born in a specific nation or are granted citizenship. ...
Which of the followings items is a defining characteristic of a nation-state?
It has a defined territory
Asked in South Africa History, Apartheid
Where is the nation that ended the apartheid system of enforced segregation in the early 1990's located?
That is South Africa, which is the southernmost country in Africa
Asked in Navajo Indians, Same-Sex Marriage
Has the Navajo Nation legalized same-sex marriage?
No. A Navajo law banning same-sex marriage was enacted on April 22, 2005.
Asked in Government
Which of the following items is a characteristics of a nation-state?
it has a defined territoy(land enclosed by borders)
Asked in History of the United States
What is a defining characteristic of a nation-state?
A nation-state will have a constituent citizenry, a government and defined borders (or a fixed territory over which it claims jurisdiction and sovereignty). ...
Asked in Politics and Government, History
Someone who leaves a nation what is it called?
A person who leaves a nation to live elsewhere, not just for a visit, is called an emigrant and the process is called emigration. When a person leaves a nation to go somewhere else to live, he or she is also an immigrant to that destination and the process of entering a nation to live is called immigration. ...
Asked in Business & Finance
Why is commerce considered the life blood of a nation?
commerce is the life blood of a nation because is the process of buying and selling ...
Asked in Communism
Who said the US will give you money and supplies to any nation trying to resist communism?
After WWII, the United States enacted the Marshall plan in order to rebuild Western Europe and prevent the spread of Communism there. Secretary of State George Marshall enacted it in 1948, and it continued until 1952 ...
Asked in US Government
What does the President give annually that tells Congress and the nation about proposed laws he would like to see enacted?
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Asked in The Difference Between
What is the difference between nation and nation state?
A nation refers to a single ethnic community of people who share a common identity and usually a common origin, while a nation state may be multi-cultural and is defined as a group of people united in the political and legal structure of the State. ...