For millions of years, the northern half of North America has remained bonded together, when other present continents were busy breaking-off from the ‘super continents’ of the past. Trade routes ran through both countries throughout the centuries, and still today the U.S. and Canada, in terms of imports and exports, are heavily reliant on each…Read More United States (USA) vs Canada – Who Would Win – Army / Military Comparison
Back by popular demand is another military comparison. This time we are featuring two fairly new countries, nations that at one point in time were colonies of the United Kingdom. The USA gained its independence on July 4, 1776. Australia gained its independence on January 1, 1901, when the Brits passed legislation to give the…Read More Australia vs United States (USA) – Who Would Win? Military Comparison
What was the American civil war? Here’s a short recap. The war lasted from 1861 to 1865. It was fought all over the U.S. and was between the northern states (known as the Union) and the southern states (known as the Confederates) over what one historian says were “uncompromising differences between the free and slave…Read More Could the United States Have Another Civil War?
You may not know the ins and outs of these two American agencies, but there is little doubt you haven’t spent a significant amount of time enthralled by their actions, whether that is through the news media, documentary film, or regular old Hollywood films. Both are, to some extent, shrouded in mystery; both can be…Read More FBI vs CIA – How Do They Compare?
NATO stands for the North Atlantic Treaty Organization. It has 29-member countries from Europe, Eurasia and North America. This alliance was founded mainly on the principles of what NATO calls ‘collective defense.’ These should be buddy countries, defending each other when needed, but the relationship goes deeper than that. We’ll find out later how. NATO…Read More NATO vs BRICS – What’s The Difference & How Do They Compare?
Can you imagine the world as one big country? If so, you wouldn’t be the first person to have mused over such a thing. In this world, we would not be antagonized by other’s religious beliefs, but accept the fundamental right to have a belief. There would probably be one universal language, because as German…Read More What If The World Was One Country?