International Relations (IR) theory is a diverse and complex field of study, with a range of theoretical approaches that seek to explain and analyze the behavior of states and non-state actors in the global system. Three of the most prominent and influential theories of IR are liberalism, realism, and constructivism. Here is an overview of each of these theories, including their strengths and weaknesses:  Liberalism: Liberalism is an IR theory that emphasizes the importance of individual freedom,

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1. Refer to Figure 1. From the figure it is apparent that 
a. New Zealand will experience a shortage of wool if trade is not allowed. b. New Zealand will experience a surplus of wool if trade is not allowed. c. New Zealand has a comparative advantage in producing wool, relative to the rest of the world. d. foreign countries have a comparative advantage in producing wool, relative to New Zealand. (C)

2. Refer to the figure above. When trade in wool is allowed, consumer surplus in New Zealand a. increases
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1.1 Systems of Linear Equations:

  • A system of linear equations can be represented by an augmented matrix.
  • An elementary row operation is one of the following:
    • Interchanging two rows.
    • Multiplying a row by a nonzero constant.
    • Adding a multiple of one row to another row.
  • A system of linear equations is consistent if it has at least one solution.
  • A system of linear equations is inconsistent if it has no solution.

1.2 Row Reduction and Echelon Forms:

  • A matrix is in row echelon form if:
    • All rows that contain only
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MILITARY DICTATORSHIP IN SPAIN By 1923, dissatistaction with the Restoration was widespread. With the avowed aim of taking a break from political life to end corruption, General Miguel Primo de Rivera established a military dictatorship.

three stages:

Early years. Initially, Primo de Rivera enjoyed some popularity, even within the workers’ movement. The protectorate in Morocco was pacified by a French-Spanish alliance in 1925.

Maintaining power. A strong economy allowed the dictator to remain in power,

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1. DEMOCRATIC LIBERALISM Liberalism changed over the course of the 19th century. Liberals were initially in favour of censitary suffrage, but democratic liberalism in favour of universal suffrage later developed. This change was the result of the liberal revolutions, higher literacy rates and the creation of new political parties. 1.1. EDUCATION, CULTURE AND RELIGION In the last third of the 19th century, as cities became larger and the middle class grew, the demand for cultural goods such as education

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What’s a hero? A hero is someone who lived as mortals, but when they die they are left with strong, vivid spirits occasionally a god, like heracles, orpheus, aeneas, and Romulus (Aeneas and Romulus were mortal men who become gods after they died). Heros are figures that have the same divine and aristocratic origin that allows them to live in between the space of mortals and gods, we also think of heroes as performing extraordinary accomplishments specially military accomplishments and also identify

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A day without Internet (now we are fucked)

As a young man in my 20s and living in the 21st century, I did not have my first mobile phone or computer with Internet until when I was 13 years old.

During my childhood, I did not even know what Internet or Wi-fi was, so I used to play with my toys or practise sports whenever I was not at school. Furthermore, it was a time when my friends and I used to have a face to face conversation, better than using apps like WhatsApp to communicate. We were not only

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Explain the significance and key people or parties involved/impacted:

  1. 4 Main Causes of WWI
    Nationalism- Pride of one’s national identity. Cultures wanted to develop without foreign interference.Imperialism- Colonies are turned into “empires”. Competition between nations.Militarism- The development of stronger forces against competitors.Alliances- Triple Entente- Germany, Austria-Hungary, and Italy.Triple Alliance- Britain, France and Russia.

Why did the US join the War?

Violation of the “Sussex

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English is not the native Language of England. It was introduced by Germanic tribes who invaded Britain in successive waves. Around the mid-fifth century the Saxons, Angles and Jutes drove back the Britons, who were Celts. Celtic is the only substratum that Germanic people could find apart from Latin.
The Old English period, which lasted from about 450 to 1150, the language was brought into contact with three other languages: the language of the Celts, the Romans and the Scandinavians. We are
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What are tissues made of?

Groups of cells.

What are organs made of?


In the human body, what are systems made of?

A group of organs.

Which type of tissue produces movement?

Muscle tissue.

Which type of tissue coats surfaces?

Epithelial tissue.

Which type of tissue carries messages?

Nervous tissue.

What is the function of a motor neuron?

Controls muscles.

What do sensory neurons do?

Detect feel and smell.

What is the name for all the neurons in the central nervous system?


Which is a part

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