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How has globalization led to social challenges, such as terrorism?
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That was a really good explanation you gave there. I agree with what you said.
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During the course of World War II, the United States and the Soviet Union were allies fighting against a common enemy. Within just a few years of the end of World War II, however, the Soviets and the Americans were now on opposite sides of a Cold War. How did the cooperative relationship between these two countries deteriorate so quickly? Why do you think countries sometimes have difficulty working together today?
Weegy: Cooperative relationships deteriorated because both countries were working in their own self interests when they fought against Germany, but with Germany defeated they had to come into conflict because their interests no longer coincided. [ Countries have difficulty working together because they are essentially self-interested. ] (More)
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During the course of World War II, the United States and the Soviet Union were allies fighting against a common enemy. Within just a few years of the end of World War II, however, the Soviets and the Americans were now on opposite sides of a Cold War. How did the cooperative relationship between these two countries deteriorate so quickly? Why do you think countries sometimes have difficulty working together today?
Weegy: The cooperative relationship between the countries deteriorated so quickly because they did not have a common enemy anymore and they had different interests. [ Countries have difficulty working together because of conflicting interests, which is called Realism. ] (More)
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define realism?
Weegy: Realism, Realist or Realistic are terms that describe any manifestation of philosophical realism, the belief that reality exists independently of observers, whether in philosophy itself or in the applied arts and sciences. (More)
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define realism?
Weegy: 1. The attitude or practice of accepting a situation as it is and being prepared to deal with it accordingly - the summit was marked by a new mood of realism 2. [ The view that the subject matter of politics is political power, not matters of principle - political realism is the oldest approach to global politics 3. The quality or fact of representing a person, thing, or situation accurately or in a way that is true to life - the earthy realism of Raimu's characters 4. (in art and literature) The movement or style of representing familiar things as they actually are 5. The doctrine that universals or abstract concepts have an objective or absolute existence. The theory that universals have their own reality is sometimes called Platonic realism because it was first outlined by Plato's doctrine of “forms” or ideas 6. The doctrine that matter as the object of perception has real existence and is neither reducible to universal mind or spirit nor dependent on a perceiving agent ] (More)
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