3 state #1 (1).pdf - What do you need for a territory to become a state Select one a laws b economy c government d people e sovereignty Question 2

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What do you need for a territory to become a state? Select one: a. laws b. economy c. government d. people e. sovereignty Question Incorrect 0 points out of 1 Flag question Question text According to Professor Boyer which of these is an example of a place that is not a state, although all other states have kind of agreed upon its status as a non-state territory, at least for now. 2 Question Correct 1 points out of 1 Flag question Question text Which of these is the weakest example a nation-state...so much so that it could be debated whether or not it is a nation-state at all? 3
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Question Correct 1 points out of 1 Flag question Question text There are many nations without states in today's world. 4 Question Correct 1 points out of 1 Flag question Question text Which of these is definitely a nation-state? 5 Select one: a. California b. Japan c. India d. Tibet e. Quebec f. Kurdistan g. Scotland
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Question Correct 1 points out of 1 Flag question Question text What did Professor Boyer say is one of the best examples of a nation-state? 6 Question Correct 1 points out of 1 Flag question Question text Which of these would be considered a nation? 7 Question 8 Correct 1 points out of 1
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Flag question Question text Besides being able to physically defend yourself, what other old school way did some states have sovereignty? Question Correct 1 points out of 1 Flag question Question text What part of the UN can block a nation from becoming sovereign? 9 Select one: a. The World Court b. The General Assembly c. UNICEF d. The WHO e. The Permanent Security Council Question 10 Correct 1 points out of 1
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Flag question Question text What ability cements the ultimate authority of a government and/or the leader of that government?
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