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Differences Between the U.S., Russia, and N. Korea1 Political, Economic, and Legal Differences Between the U.S., Russia, and N. Korea Dustin Taylor Thomas Edison State College MAN-372-OL International Management
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Abstract There are more than 190 countries in the world. Each of those countries has a different political, economic, and legal system. This paper discusses the differences between the many types of political, economic, and legal systems still in use today. Besides taking a look at those differences, it compares and contrasts the system used by the United States, along with two other countries the U.S. has had a long history with; Russia and N. Korea. These three countries are good examples of the wide variety of systems still in place today. The U.S. and N. Korea are at polar opposites of each other, with regards to policy, while Russia remains somewhere in between. This paper shows the similarities, along with the differences between those three countries.
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Differences Between the U.S., Russia, and N. Korea 3 Introduction 195 Countries, that’s how many countries there are in the world today ("How many countries?" 2011). Do they all live by the same set of rules and regulation? Absolutely not! If they did, we probably wouldn’t have the fighting and constant chaos throughout the world that we see on a daily basis. Each of the 195 individual countries has its own unique political, economic, and legal system in place. Some countries have used the same system for many years, while other countries are in the process of changing theirs. Why would a country change the structure of their country? Because some systems have been shown to offer a better chance for countries to become, and maintain, a certain amount of economic stability for the future. It’s nearly impossible to describe every variance of each of the types of political, economic, and legal system. So this paper focuses on describing the systems for the U.S., Russia, and N. Korea. Political Systems
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