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In what year did the United States reach its peak involvement in the Vietnam War? A. 1959 B. 1965 C. 1968 D. 1970
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User: In what year did the United States reach its peak involvement in the Vietnam War? A. 1959 B. 1965 C. 1968 D. 1970

Weegy: C. 1968. In the year 1968 United States reached its peak involvement in the Vietnam War.
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Weegy: Many scientists believe that an important factor contributing to the increase in global warming is the rapid industrialization of nations such as India and China.
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User: What message did President Bush wish to communicate to China in the excerpt below? "I have spoken clearly and candidly and consistently with China's leaders about our deep concerns over religious freedom and human rights. . . . The United States believes the people of China deserve the fundamental liberty that is the natural right of all human beings. So America stands in firm opposition to China's detention of political dissidents and human rights advocates and religious activists. We speak out for a free press, freedom of assembly, and labor rights not to antagonize China's leaders, but because trusting its people with greater freedom is the only way for China to develop its full potential." –Excerpted from a speech given by President Bush in Bangkok, Thailand, August 7, 2008 Courtesy of www.whitehouse.gov A. China must stop criticizing the United States' record on international human rights. B. China must improve its human rights record in order to achieve continued future success. C. China's poor record on human rights will interfere with international trade agreements. D. China's poor record on human rights will cause the United States to boycott future exports.

Weegy: B. China must improve its human rights record in order to achieve continued future success.
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User: What does the abuse of Iraqi detainees by American soldiers in Abu Ghraib prison demonstrate about the principles expressed in the U.S. Constitution and the Universal Declaration of Human Rights? A. The principles are seldom applied, even in the jails of democratic nations. B. The principles are unrealistic, especially when dealing with terrorists. C. The principles are outdated, especially for use in military situations. D. The principles are not always followed, even by democratic nations.

Weegy: What does the abuse of Iraqi detainees by American soldiers in Abu Ghraib prison demonstrate about the principles expressed in the U.S. Constitution and the Universal Declaration of Human Rights? A. [ The principles are seldom applied, even in the jails of democratic nations. ]
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User: In December 1997, the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change met in Kyoto, Japan, and adopted the Kyoto Protocol. The primary goal of this agreement is to A. slow the global energy crisis by encouraging nations to find new sources of nonrenewable energy. B. provide incentives for developing nations to sell energy resources to other nations in exchange for economic aid. C. address the problem of global warming by committing participating nations to policies that reduce greenhouse gas emissions. D. build international cooperation by allowing nations to share research and technology in the development of traditional energy resources.

Weegy: your answer is A. slow the global energy crisis by encouraging nations to find new sources of nonrenewable energy.
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User: After the 9/11 attacks, the United States shifted its foreign policy from post–Cold War concerns to A. fighting the war on terrorism. B. relaxing laws on international trade. C. canceling debt for African and Asian nations. D. decreasing American presence on foreign soil.

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After the 9/11 attacks, the United States shifted its foreign policy from post–Cold War concerns to fighting war on terrorism.
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