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Why did Cuba partner with the Soviet Union during the Cuban Missile Crisis? A) The Soviet Union had previously supported Castro’s attempts to promote communism in the Americas. B) Cuba desired to build a more friendly relationship with the United States since it was a Cold War super power that was geographically near to Cuba. C) The Cuban government believed it could open up trade and tourism and build the economy with support from other communist nations. D) The Soviet Union pursued an imperialistic relationship with Cuba in which the Soviets would rule and provide protection to a colonized Cuba.
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Use the quote below from former United States President John F. Kennedy to answer the following question: "To fail to meet those obligations now would be disastrous; and, in the long run, more expensive. For widespread poverty and chaos lead to a collapse of existing political and social structures which would inevitably invite the advance of totalitarianism into every weak and unstable area. Thus our own security would be endangered and our prosperity imperiled. A program of assistance to the underdeveloped nations must continue because the Nation's interest and the cause of political freedom require it."—John F. Kennedy, 1961 Which of the following statements does Kennedy's statement best support? Economic prosperity is tied to strong and stable societies. Totalitarianism is linked to strong and stable societies. U.S. aid to developing nations will hinder the advancement of political freedoms. The United States must focus on its own national interests.
I think it is C
yes c i think is right
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A common trait shared by many developing nations is that they have less developed infrastructure are all located in Latin America have political stability have ”Western” economies
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Use the quote below from the U.S. Special Envoy to Afghanistan and Pakistan, Mark Grossman, to answer the following question: "…we also need to have a clear statement by the Afghan Taliban against international terrorism and in support of the peace process to end the armed conflict in Afghanistan."—U.S. Special Envoy to Afghanistan and Pakistan, Mark Grossman Consider the statement above made by U.S. special envoy to Afghanistan and Pakistan, Marc Grossman. Which of the following would be best supported by this statement? There is an expectation that peace talks must include agreements that the Afghan Taliban will no longer support or participate in acts of international terrorism. There is an expectation that the Taliban will not return to Afghanistan in any type of law-making or governing capacity. There is an expectation that new rights and freedoms women gained since the fall of the Taliban in Afghanistan will be permanent. There is an expectation that laws that undermine basic human rights will be replaced by new laws that protect the natural rights of all citizens.
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