Territorial claims by one nation on another are called __________.
Which country in Southeastern Europe has the largest concentrations of Hungarians outside of the country of Hungary?
How many Irish countries are still a part of the United Kingdom?
Which African country's flag has red and green stripes and a yellow star in the center?
Expulsion or extermination of undesirable individuals in a nation is known as what?
In 1900 Africa had only one independent country on the Atlantic Ocean; what was it?
What's the most autocratic country in the Western Hemisphere?
Which is by far the oldest of the world's smallest independent states?
Which nation is considered least corrupt?
What kind of government shares power with its subunits like states?
Which state in the US has the most square miles owned by the federal government?
What 4 states gained 2 US Representatives due to the 2000 census?
Georgia, Florida, Arizona, and Texas
Though not enforced, how many nations have claims to parts of Antarctica?
Which south american countries are landlocked?
Bolivia and Paraguay
Which protestant religion is rooted in Germany?
Gibraltar is owned by _______ and claimed by ________.
_______ applies to the role of geography in international relations and military strategies.
How many countries are considered less corrupt than the USA?
What's the capital of Nunavut?
What 3 countries are mapping the Lomonosov Ridge?
Canadian, Danish, and Russian
At one time 1/4 of the Earth's land surface was controlled by what country?
Many countries refer to the "school of the nation"; to what do they refer?
In 2008 how many countries had at least 1,000 battle related deaths?
What is the definition of lebensraum?
Room to live
Which 2 continents have all the nations on those continents listed as "most democratic"?
North America and Arstralia
Chile is an excellent example of what kind of country (referring to shape)?
What kind of government concentrates power at the national level?
When one nation formally acknowledges the existence of another, it's called ____.
Which continents contain no landlocked nations?
North America, Australia, and Antartica
How many nations in Africa are considered most autocratic?
How many countries are members of the British Commonwealth today?
National symbols such as the nation's flag and national anthem are the country's _________.
The St. Lawrence Seaway allows ships in the Great Lakes to go where?
Which large, wealthy country on the Arabian peninsula is very undemocratic?
President _________ integrated the US military in what year?
Nations that are unable to provide its citizens with peace and security and economic development are called _______ states or _______states.
How many territories does Mexico have that may eventually become Mexican states?
By 2030 it is estimated that 1/4 of all Americans will live in what 3 states?
California, Texas, and Florida
________passage guarantees ships passage through territorial waters of other states if that passage is peaceful.
What is an armed conflict among groups within one country and the government called?