What are the main obstacles to economic and political progress in developing nations?


Answer 1
Answer: Developing nations are characterized as having low Human Development Index (HDI) that can be determined by low income, inequality, increasing population, lack of technological intervention, poor health and inadequate education. 

These characteristics, are in itself the hindrance in achieving economic and political growth in developing nations, where poverty can be viewed as the leading obstacle as it seems to follow a vicious cycle.

For example, having a good education matters if you want to break free from poverty. However, in reality, even the government in these nations fail to provide even the basic education to its increasing population. 

As the population increases, the number of poor people that needs education and health assistance also increases, making it harder for the government to provide their needs.

Likewise, corruption in the developing countries is also rampant, thus making the poor population poorer.

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Which statements accurately describe English settlement in north america? A.Nearly every american colony had its own elected assembly that passed laws for the colonists.
B. the southern colonies, with their large tabacco and rice plantations, came to rely increasingly on slave labor.
C. the english colonies did not produce fabulous wealth in gold and silver.


The statements that accurately describe the English settlement in north america includes:

  • Nearly every american colony had its own elected assembly that passed laws for the colonists.
  • The southern colonies with their large tobacco and rice plantations rely increasingly on slave labor.

The settlement of English men in the North America occurred before the 1700s where they controlled the North America for wealth and Power.

During this period, the american colony in each states had its own elected assembly which passed laws for the colonists although the law enacted in Britain were also applied to the colonist as well..

The Englishmen relied heavily on slaves for farm labor for cultivation and harvest of tobacco and rice plantations.

Therefore, the Option A & B is correct

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Answer: yes the answer is (a) and (b)



How would a trader try to make the biggest profit from selling enslaved Africans?


A slave trader would try to make the biggest profit from selling enslaved Africans by striking up business relationships with local African Chiefs, and by crowding as many Africans on boats as possible during the Middle Passage from Africa to the New World. 
Establishing a business relationships with local chiefs enabled the traders to continuously purchase new slaves, rather than trying to steal local Africans, which would lead to conflict and a lack of certainty that they would be able to continue acquiring slaves in this way. 
The conditions on the slave ships were unimaginably horrible and designed to efficiently transport as many slaves per trip as possible. Slaves were lined up in the hull of the ship, either standing or all laying down, in order to conserve space and pack as many in as possible. 

How did the united states respond to the creation of the european union (eu) and its challenge?


The US was a supporter of the creation of the European Union, firstly because Europe and the US share the same values and have a close relationship in cultural, economic, social and political matters. Diplomatic relations between EU and US began in 1961 when the US established the US Mission to the European Union.

Because of its challenges, the US and EU made new partnerships in new matters, such as the threat of proliferation of weapons of mass destruction, international terrorism, peace in the middle east and economic growth. New agendas were built, like the NTA - New Transatlantic Agenda, that had four major fields: Peace, responding to global challenges, expansion of world trade and build bridges.

The United States joined the North American Free Trade agreement

McDonald v. Chicago (2010) was significant because it 1) applied the Second Amendment to state government.
2) rejected the idea that the Second Anendment applies to state government.
3) conclued that the Second Amendment applies only to state governments and not to the federal government
4) upheld the state of llinois's restrictions on gun ownership by former felons.


The correct answer is 1

Explanation: It considered that an individual's right to "keep and bear arms"


applied the Second Amendment to state government.


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