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What is the current foreign policy

What is the current foreign policy WHERE? (in the US) The President is responsible for foreign policy.

When did the cold war happen

the cold war started im may 1945 and it ended in 1991

Is this true the national military strategy of the unite states today includes three principal elements deterrence inflexible response and forward strategy

To the extent that one can argue that the United States has a coherent military strategy at all, yes, that sounds about right.

No. Those are not the three principals of the National Military Strategy. According to the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff in his briefing to the Joint Chiefs, The National Military Strategy of the United States of America: A Strategy for Today, A Vision for Tomorrow, the NMS (National Military Strategy) supports the National Security Strategy (NSS) and implements the National Defense Strategy (NDS). The NMS is, basically; to protect the United States against external attacks and aggression; prevent conflict and surprise attack; and prevail against adversaries. To read the unclassified briefing paper, see the link below.

Cellular cytoplasm is primarily composed of what substance

Cellular cytoplasm is primarily composed of lipids.

What are the effects of discrimination

The effects of discrimination are devastating to both children and adults. Some effects are lack of self esteem, lack of confidence, and depression.

Why didn't the us participate in the league of nations

There was strong domestic opposition in the United States against participating in the League of Nations. The country was incredibly isolationist.
The United States government was fearful of being involved in another European war. It was believed that if Europe were ever to get into another large war that the entirety of the League of Nations would be forced to participate.

Obviously, this didn't work out, as we all know that the United States did participate in World War II.

Why did Americans want a bill of rights to the Constitution

The Americans wanted their rights protected and they wanted a Bill Of Rights to ensure it was protected

Economic interest group American Medical Association

The American Medical Association is a professional association, and it does meet the definition of an economic interest group. It was founded in 1847.

Describe the size and shape of the earth

The earth is a sphere with a diameter of about 12,756 kilometers.

Which type of interest group would likely be concerned if the government planned to allow cutting of all trees on government lands

Environmental intertest group

Why did southerners support the kansas nebraska act

They thought that granting popular sovereignty would allow slavery

What is popular soveregnty

Stephan A. Douglas of Illinois proposed an act that would divide Nebraska into two territories and repealed the Missouri Compromise. Both territories would have Popular Sovereignty, or the ability of the territory to choose for itself to allow slavery or not.

What year did MLK end racial discrimination

Racial discrimination was mostly ended by 1964.

International organizations for cooperation in Nepal

International Volunteer HQ is an organization that you can volunteer in Nepal with. Not sure if that was what you were asking.

The bi-lipid layer that surrounds the nucleus of a Cell is called

The nuclear membrane.

What are representatives of interest groups that work on influence congress

lobbyists

What is AARP message

Association for the Advancement of Retired Persons

How can you save rivers from being polluted

the wastage water of household use ,these water transfer from separated river so only one river is polluted and the other river is neat and clean,therefore in this way we can save the rivers from being polluted.

Which American foreign policy statement warned European nations not to start new colinies in north and south America

The Monroe Doctrine.

What issue started the violence in the Kansas territory

the vote over whether to allow slavery

When are people more likely to volunteer

People are more likely to volunteer between the months October-January.

Was Mario arrested

not in any game i know but in mario sunshine he was thrown in jail so yes

What women suffrage movement was about

women suffrage movement means all women should have right to vote

Does Obama wont the government to pay for the health care for all citizens

The "Obamacare" Act, as far as I can decipher (I'm not a politician or professor so to some extent this is my opinion) gives a government option to healthcare. Essentially the government becomes your health insurance. Just like Medicare/Medicaid pay for benefits, so would the new government health insurance. Furthermore there would be a universal mandate to get health insurance. That means that you have to have health insurance, just like you have to have car insurance. If you don't have health insurance, either private or public, you have to pay a tax.

What is the purpose of chamber of commerce software

The purpose of a chamber of commerce software is to aid the commerce group of a particular country. For example, Okinawa's Chamber of Commerce (OCC) uses this software to aid their decisions.

Which situation showed divided the federal government was over bleeding kansas

President Pierce wanted Kansas to become a slave state, but congress did not.

When was Holy Jim Volunteer Fire Department created

Holy Jim Volunteer Fire Department was created in 1961.

What is the motto of College Park Volunteer Fire Department

College Park Volunteer Fire Department's motto is 'First Due to the U'.

Who created the conflict that characterized the Kansas as bleeding Kansas

gp- abolitionist and border ruffians

Where is Bleeding Kansas

Bleeding Kansas was a dispute, not a place.

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