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The principle of ____ works to keep international peace and order by uniting most world nations.
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The principle of COLLECTIVE SECURITY works to keep international peace and order by uniting most world nations.
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While the world hoped that collective security would shape world events following World War II, events were in fact shaped largely by a. relations between the United States and the Soviet Union. b. repeated wars. c. isolationism. d. none of the above
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While the world hoped that collective security would shape world events following World War II, events were in fact shaped largely by:
a. relations between the United States and the Soviet Union.
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A major feature of American foreign policy since World War II has been a. deterrence. b. the Roosevelt Corollary to the Monroe Doctrine. c. support for the League of Nations. d. renewed isolationism.
Weegy: A major feature of American foreign policy since World War II has been a. deterrence. User: Since the end of the cold war, American foreign policy has recognized that a. the world has entered a new phase of peace and stability. b. the United States no longer needs to be the world's policeman. c. there are several new threats to world security. d. the primary threat to world peace is world poverty. (More)
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Since the end of the cold war, American foreign policy has recognized that: c. there are several new threats to world security.
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Jurisdiction DIRECTLY limits a. when a case may be heard. b. which court may decide a case. c. how many witnesses may be called by the defendant. d. the number of times a case may be appealed.
Weegy: Jurisdiction DIRECTLY limits b. which court may decide a case. User: Judges of the constitutional courts are appointed a. for terms varying from four to eight years. b. for 12-year terms. c. for 15-year terms. d. for life. Weegy: Once appointed, justices have life tenure unless they resign, retire, or are ... [12]. The Marshall Court also ended the practice of each justice issuing his opinion .... [ of 70 years 6 months and refused retirement, up to a maximum bench of 15 justices. ... The term "good behavior" is understood to mean justices may serve for the ... ] User: The Framers provided for life tenure for federal judges a. to protect them from concern that they may be dismissed if their rulings are unpopular. b. to insulate them from politics. c. both a and b d. neither a nor b Weegy: The Framers provided for life tenure for federal judges b. to insulate them from politics. User: How is a judge appointed? a. President approve c. Congress nominate and President approves b. Congress approve d. President nominates and congress approves Weegy: The answer is D. Judges are appointed by the d. President nomination and congress approval. User: A living legacy left behind by a former President is (are) a. his memoirs. b. the judges whom he has appointed and who continue to serve. c. the constitutional amendments he has proposed. d. none of the above Weegy: A living legacy left behind by a former president is: b. the judges whom he has appointed and who continue to serve. [ ] User: Which of the following is NOT a way for a judge to vacate his or her office? a. resignation c. impeachment b. dismissal d. death Weegy: The answer is b. dismissal. User: Federal courts have exclusive jurisdiction over all of the following types of cases EXCEPT - a. cases involving a foreign government official. b. cases involving a person accused of a federal crime. c. cases involving probate. d. cases involving the infringement of a copyright. Weegy: : ... (More)
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The purposes of the 12 federal courts of appeals include all of the following EXCEPT: d. to hear original cases that have bypassed lower courts.
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The reason the courts of appeals are sometimes called “gatekeepers” is that: c. they allow only the most controversial and significant cases past the “gate” to the Supreme Court.
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Which federal court has original jurisdiction over MOST cases heard in federal court? a. DISTRICT COURT.
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Which of the following statements about federal judges is TRUE? c. They are appointed by the President and confirmed by the Senate.
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A federal court has jurisdiction over a case if: d. all of the above.
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How does a state borrow money? a. raise tax c. loan from federal government b. bond d. increase international trade
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