The World According To Nate G.

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Q: What are the ways of being a good citizen? A: There are many ways of being a good citizen. First of all, citizens are expected to follow all laws that the place they are citizens to entitles them to. It is important to have tolerance of the laws placed, for disobeying could result in being arrested. Also, citizens are also entitled to fulfill their responsibilities, such as being informed, and voting. (Which is also classified as a right) Third, citizens are also encouraged to exercise the rights they are given, such as freedom of speech. In the USA, all the rights I have examples of are given.
Q: What is the most successful form of government? A: The most effective form of government is representative democracy. First of all, in representative democracy citizens are included in the government and help make decisions about the government, such as electing representatives to vote on governmental problems or laws depending on the subject. In election representatives to vote for you, things get done much more efficiently. In dictatorships and absolute monarchies, only one person has say in government. That could be problematic in that if you disagree with the person in charge, you most likely wouldn't like the way the government would be being ran either. In democracy's there is also normally limited government, rights of the minority, constitution's, separation of power, and rule of law, so citizens can feel respected and safe, and have their rights protected. In other governments there are not always constitutions and laws in place, such as anarchy's. These are a few reasons why representative democracy is the most effective form of government, and you can rely on it to keep your country safe and successful.
Q: What forces work for and against supranational cooperation among nations? A: There are many centrifugal and centripetal forces that unite and divide cooperation among nations. One is centripetal forces. They unite nations together many different ways. First of all, common markets and trade blocs very much help to unite and bring together different countries within nations. Also, things like Schengens can help with citizens traveling freely inside of their nations, reducing borders from country to country. Lastly, Common markets also bring together countries have an opportunity to help each other with economic problems.
Q: How do people adapt to living in a desert region? A: people adapt to living in a desert region in a variety of ways. Many people adapt to living in a desert region by adjusting their living space. Many people conveniently place themselves next to an oasis so they can find water easily and be prepared for drought, and so they can be near plants like date palms and acacia. It is also helpful because other people are normally sharing the oasis with you, so it would be easy to trade with other people. Aside from living near an oasis, there are also many other things people do to make living in a desert easier. To help with the constant weather changes, people also learn how to wear clothing appropriately, and learn what the correct clothing would be for each circumstance. In terms of farming, people try to live near marginal lands and learn to plant cash crops and get lots of produce with minimal water/expense. From living in the right places to being educated, there are many ways to adapt to living in a desert region.
Q: How might having a valuable resource affect a region? A: Having a valuable resource can affect a region in many ways. First of all, whether renewable or nonrenewable, having a valuable resource affects a region financially. If countries have lots of crude oil, timber, or natural gas, it could present a huge financial aid in the economy. It could create a good, money making industry providing money the the company's, workers, and buyers. In the market is bad, the resources could result in a huge financial drop affecting the whole region. Next, valuable resources can economically affect a region to. Having resources can create jobs, create developed countries and economic cooperation between governments, especially if they are partnering. Although recourses can have positive economic effects, they can also have negative ones to. Having a much wanted recourse could result in huge fights for the top business, and countries/companies could end up being attacked by other competitors. Also, if a country is not getting the resource from a certain country/company, they could be insulted and make an attack on their economy, (Iraq to Kuwait.)

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