Which of the following was NOT an issue of decolonization following World War II? The superpowers vied for military control over weaker nat

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Which of the following was NOT an issue of decolonization following World War II? The superpowers vied for military control over weaker nations. Newly independent nations fought over territorial disputes. Few of the decolonized countries could enter the United Nations. The superpowers vied for economic control over weaker nations.

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2022-05-15T01:11:23+00:00 2 Answers 0

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  1. Josie
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    2022-05-15T01:12:24+00:00

    “Few of the decolonized countries could enter the United Nations” is the correct answer, as that would not have been an issue.

  2. Sophia
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    2022-05-15T01:12:49+00:00

    Answer:

    Few of the decolonized countries could enter the United Nations.

    Explanation:

    This is a example of something that was not an issue of decolonization following World War II. After decolonization, the new countries often fought over territories, and many of these fights are still ongoing. Moreover, with political control over these nations gone, the superpowers tried to achieve economic and military control over the new, weaker countries.

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