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Which of the following is not a criticism of globalization? A. Globalization has led to increased nuclear proliferation. B. Globalization has resulted in increased cultural
diversity. C. Globalization has resulted in the spread of negative influences. D. Globalization has led to the exploitation of some countries.
Which of the following is not a criticism of globalization? C. Globalization has resulted in the spread of negative influences.
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User: Which of the following is not a criticism of globalization? A. Globalization has led to increased nuclear proliferation. B. Globalization has resulted in increased cultural diversity. C. Globalization has resulted in the spread of negative influences. D. Globalization has led to the exploitation of some countries.

Weegy: Which of the following is not a criticism of globalization? C. Globalization has resulted in the spread of negative influences.
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User: What was the significance of the 1884 Berlin Conference? A. European countries subdivided Africa for colonial rule. B. European countries established a timeline for granting independence to African colonies. C. Germany signed a treaty ending the Franco-Prussian War. D. England and Germany allied to usurp African territory that was held by France and the Netherlands.

Weegy: A. European countries subdivided Africa for colonial rule.
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User: What do Rwanda and Sudan have in common? A. Both countries have experienced ethnic conflict that led to genocide. B. Both countries were formed from splits in the Democratic Republic of Congo. C. Both countries were granted their independence at the Berlin Conference. D. Both countries contain diamond deposits that were discovered in the early 1970s.

Weegy: Rwanada and Sudan have A. Both countries have experienced ethnic conflict that led to genocide. in common
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User: Which European event triggered independence movements in Latin America? A. Moors deposed the King of Spain. B. Napoleon invaded Spain and Portugal. C. King Carlos of Spain invaded Portugal. D. The British defeated the Spanish Armada.

Weegy: B. Napoleon invaded Spain and Portugal
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