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Title: Political Systems


1
Political Systems
  • Chapter 6, Section 3

2
Diplomacy
  • Governments deal with each other and negotiate in
    peace.
  • Trade agreements or International organizations
  • Political benefits
  • Economic benefits

3
  • What is an example of an international
    organization?

4
United Nations
  • Nearly all worlds countries are
  • involved.
  • Political and military cooperation
  • Representatives
  • Main goal prevent war (peace-
  • keeping military forces)
  • Solve disease, hunger, and
  • illiteracy

5
  • What is an example of a trade organization?

6
World Trade Organization
  • Economic cooperation and free trade
  • Production at lower costs and larger markets
  • End or reduce tariffs and quotas
  • Trade is fairer and easier

7
Conflict and Cooperation
  • Feeling pride and loyalty for ones country or
    culture is called nationalism.
  • How can nationalism cause problems?

8
Totalitarian Government
  • Totalitarian government is a government in which
    one person or a small group of people decide what
    is best for everyone.

North Korea
Cuba
9
Democracy
  • Democracy is a system of government in which the
    people decide who will govern.
  • Free elections

10
natural boundaries
  • Boundaries that follow a feature of the landscape
    are called natural boundaries.
  • Other natural
  • boundaries are
  • Rivers, deserts, lakes,
  • and oceans

11
cultural boundaries
  • Borders that are based on culture traits, such as
    religion or language.

12
geometric boundaries
  • Boundaries that follow regular, geometric
    patterns are called
  • geometric boundaries.
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