• What is Kosovo?

    Best answer: That would depend on who you're asking. Kosovo is recognised by some as being an independent state, while others see it as a breakaway province of Serbia. When Yugoslavia broke up into six independent states (Serbia, Croatia, Slovenia, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Montenegro and Macedonia <which has recently... show more
    Best answer: That would depend on who you're asking. Kosovo is recognised by some as being an independent state, while others see it as a breakaway province of Serbia. When Yugoslavia broke up into six independent states (Serbia, Croatia, Slovenia, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Montenegro and Macedonia <which has recently changed its name to "North Macedonia">), Kosovo was part of Serbia. Although the territory claimed by Kosovo has historically been an important part of Serbia since ancient times, its modern history and identity are quite different. The wide majority of the residents are ethnic Albanians, most are Muslim, and the province suffered terribly during and after the fighting in the independence wars. Roughly the size of Lebanon, Kosovo has a population of about 2 million people. Currently, Kosovo is officially recognised as a legitimate sovereign nation by about 52% of the world community, though some states that don't recognise it as a sovereign nation still maintain official relations with them for one reason or another - notably the European nations that don't recognise Kosovo as an independent nation, because they don't want to defy inter-European treaty and trade agreements.
    7 answers · 3 days ago
  • How and why the United States of America have the name of the all continent?

    Best answer: There is no official explanation. However, if you think to those times (late 18th Century) Canada was a colony of Great Britain while Mexico was a colony of Spain. The United States were the first independent country to be established in either America. So think about that, the first country established on the... show more
    Best answer: There is no official explanation. However, if you think to those times (late 18th Century) Canada was a colony of Great Britain while Mexico was a colony of Spain. The United States were the first independent country to be established in either America. So think about that, the first country established on the continent that was made up of independent states that were originally colonies of Great Britain. Since the U.S. was the first, they got first choice in declaring their name. That is basically it.
    8 answers · 5 days ago
  • Is Brazil a dangerous country?

    11 answers · 7 days ago
  • Is Sweden Homogenous or Multiculti?

    7 answers · 6 days ago
  • Why do people think Britain uses the metric system when it doesn't?

    Best answer: Because it's Partly used already - especially when weighing and quantifying imported goods from nations that are full metric already
    Best answer: Because it's Partly used already - especially when weighing and quantifying imported goods from nations that are full metric already
    13 answers · 1 week ago
  • How come Kansas City isn't located in Kansas, but in Missouri?

    Best answer: There are cities named Kansas City in both states. Kansas was originally the name of the river there, before there was a city or a state. The city in Missouri also formed long before there was a state named Kansas. At the time, the city was just called Kansas. Later, the territory of Kansas (now the state) was... show more
    Best answer: There are cities named Kansas City in both states.

    Kansas was originally the name of the river there, before there was a city or a state. The city in Missouri also formed long before there was a state named Kansas. At the time, the city was just called Kansas. Later, the territory of Kansas (now the state) was formed and the city was renamed from Kansas to Kansas City to prevent confusion. The territory of Kansas didn't become a state until much later (after a long delay due to a violent conflict over whether it should have slavery, which in retrospect was really the beginning of the Civil War), and since the city had already been called Kansas or Kansas City for a long time, it wasn't renamed again.

    There are many cities named Washington that aren't in Washington State. There is also a Virginia City in Nevada.
    8 answers · 1 week ago
  • What do they have at the beginning of the Nile river?

    Best answer: No, I do not think there is anything so crass. The Nile has a number of sources. They are the Blue Nile which flows from a spring near Lake Tana in northwestern Ethiopia. The Atbara River which rises in the highlands of Ethiopia north of Laka Tana. The third source is the White Nile which arises forms from the... show more
    Best answer: No, I do not think there is anything so crass.

    The Nile has a number of sources. They are the Blue Nile which flows from a spring near Lake Tana in northwestern Ethiopia. The Atbara River which rises in the highlands of Ethiopia north of Laka Tana. The third source is the White Nile which arises forms from the confluence of the Mountain Nile and Sobat River above Malakal in South Sudan.
    4 answers · 1 week ago
  • Can I convince the US government to give up Jarvis Island so me and my comrades can build a communist utopia there?

    It's a small uninhabited island owned by the US government that's only 1.75 square miles large. The US tried to colonize it in the past but gave up when the war with Japan broke out. It's been left uninhabited sense. They sent a mining team there to mine out the little bit of useful resources the island... show more
    It's a small uninhabited island owned by the US government that's only 1.75 square miles large. The US tried to colonize it in the past but gave up when the war with Japan broke out. It's been left uninhabited sense. They sent a mining team there to mine out the little bit of useful resources the island has. So right now it's just a mostly barren island with no people living on it. I think we can terraform it and turn it into a communist state.
    8 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • When are the Deep State traitors going to be jailed?

    Best answer: Jail all who those don't support the U.S. Constitution as written.
    Best answer: Jail all who those don't support the U.S. Constitution as written.
    7 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Can most of canada ever support a large population?

    Best answer: No. The vast majority of Canada's land is not fit for civilization. Too cold, too dry, too cold, and too remote. Yes I know I said too cold twice, that wasn't an accident. It really is too god dammed cold for human life. If even half of that glow bull warming alarmist crap is true, and I hope it is,... show more
    Best answer: No. The vast majority of Canada's land is not fit for civilization. Too cold, too dry, too cold, and too remote. Yes I know I said too cold twice, that wasn't an accident. It really is too god dammed cold for human life.

    If even half of that glow bull warming alarmist crap is true, and I hope it is, most Canada will be habitable in the next century or two. But right now, no friggin' way. Very few people want to live in a remote desert, even fewer want to live in a frozen remote desert.

    Now you know why over 90% of Canada's population (which actually isn't small by global standards) lives within a few hours drive of the US border. The rest is just too dammed cold.
    6 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Where is Indiana?

    Best answer: Its right beside iceland but underneath the uk
    Best answer: Its right beside iceland but underneath the uk
    6 answers · 2 weeks ago