Regardless of monarchy type (absolute, semi-constitutional, constitutional):In Middle Ages - France, England, Habsburgs (ruled in different countries)In XVI-XVIII centuries - France, Spain (under Habsburgs), Austria (Habsburgs too), Poland united with Lithuania, England, Turkey (ruled on Balkans)In XIX century - France (mix of republic and monarchic periods), Prussia/Germany, Russia, Austria, EnglandIn XX century - Germany (monarchy till end of WW I), England, Russia (monarchy till 1917).(France was a republic in XX century).
The English Commonwealth was the loosely used term for the system of government after the regicide of Charles I. The rump parliament declared England a Commonwealth although by definition England was actually a Protectorate under the Lord Protector Oliver Cromwell.
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There are several different factors that govern how hard a country fights to keep a part that wants independence and how hard that part fights back. When a region expresses a desire for indepencence, the reaction of the government of the parent country is based on the answers to several questions. Natural Resources: Does the region supply a natural resource, the loss of which would create a hardship? Type of government: Which matters more: the desire of the ruler or ruling body or the desire of the majority of the people? International respect: Would those countries with which a favorable relationship is desired respond better to a reaction of belligerance or a reaction of benevolence? Motives for independence: How flexible is each side regarding the issues creating the desire for independence? Burden or asset: Has the territory been a burden? Would we be better off without them? Learn from history: How have other countries in similar situations in the past reacted, why, and what was the outcome?
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they have a fairly good relationship that has always seemed fair.
it has a good relationship with the United States it has a good relationship with the United States it has a good relationship with the United States
Groceries! You will find groceries in England and maybe som other countries.
Nepal has adopted an friendly relationship with other countries for its own good
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Generally good relations excepting relations with Hungary, Soviet Union etc. (in the XX th century).
England is the largest out of the four countries that make up Great Britain ( the other countries Wales, Ireland and Scotland). London, the capital of England, is the world's largest port and one of the world's largest financial and industrial center. so bam! : ) Englands economy is pound sterling.
There are several countries that have a market based economies. France and England are two countries that have this type of economy.
A mychorrizal relationship.
Type your answer here... the relaction between it is:the country become develop when it was undevloped.
A symbiotic relationship.
The two countries do not really have relations. Under the Obama presidency, some ties have been restored between the US and Cuba, but the two countries continue to view each other with suspicion and distrust.