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EM ASIA FX-Thai tycoon sends Sing dlr to 11-yr high vs baht, Asia FX up
CURRENCIES VS U.S. DOLLAR Change on the day at 0635 GMT Japan yen 78.58 78.80 +0.28 Sing dlr 1.2560 1.2571 +0.09 Taiwan dlr 29.973 30.002 +0.10 Korean won 1138.54 1142.60 +0.36 Baht 31.65 31.72 +0.22 Peso 41.73 41.68 -0.12 Rupiah ... for following ...

EM ASIA FX-China stimulus hopes support Asia FX, Bernanke awaited
Won up on exporters; one-yr Korean IRS rebounds * Rupiah down, but Moody's outlook affirmation relives * Some buy won, Sing dlr vs euro - dealers (Adds text, updates prices) By Jongwoo Cheon SINGAPORE, July 16 (Reuters) - Most emerging Asian currencies ...

EM ASIA FX-Encouraging China PMI supports Asia FX; Sing dlr up
CURRENCIES VS U.S. DOLLAR Change on the day at 0620 GMT Japan yen 78.28 78.37 +0.11 Sing dlr 1.2592 1.2619 +0.21 Taiwan dlr 30.088 30.095 +0.02 Korean won 1145.75 1146.60 +0.07 Baht 31.73 31.78 +0.16 Peso 42.03 42.06 +0.07 Rupiah 9485.00 ... Korean won ...

EM ASIA FX-Rate cut shock hits won, Asia FX down on Australia jobs data
Offshore funds dump won after rate cut; 1153-55/dlr eyed * Sing dlr down vs ringgit on profit-taking * Rupiah down on local, foreign banks; muted on BI (Adds details, updates prices) By Jongwoo Cheon SINGAPORE, July 12 (Reuters) - The South Korean won ...

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RinaDwinata RT @bulutangkisRI: telah selesai pertandingan --- INDONESIA vs KOREA --- cabang Bulutangkis dimenangkan INDONESIA, YANG DUKUNG INDONESIA RETWEET!!!!

dhanesnsd Bulutangkis indonesia VS korea. Gue milih indo lah, tapi kalo Ceribel VS SNSD ? Ya gue milih SNSD wk

Divatastycs Indonesia vs Korea?

anggiii_CA RT @BatalionBWF: RT @bulutangkisRI: telah selesai pertandingan --- INDONESIA vs KOREA --- cabang Bulutangkis dimenangkan INDONESIA, YANG DUKUNG INDONESIA RET

AMELORN RT @Lydia_Tjia11: Dimana? :o RT @mikyal_rizqi: "Indonesia vs Korea" Indonesia

ivan_vauzi Wow Indonesia vs Korea jd TTI + TTWW.. Ayo Indonesia kami smua mendukungmu

Mr_HanYoung RT @Batak_Com: Indonesia vs Korea ? Absolutly Indonesia. Retweet if you supporter of IN-DO-NE-SIA. :))

keroviechn RT @bulutangkisRI: telah selesai pertandingan --- INDONESIA vs KOREA --- cabang Bulutangkis dimenangkan INDONESIA, YANG DUKUNG INDONESIA RETWEET!!!!

diiahrr RT @ferdiyudi: RT @bulutangkisRI: telah selesai pertandingan - INDONESIA vs KOREA - cabang Bulutangkis dimenangkan INDONESIA, YANG DUKUNG INDONESIA RETWEET

MakHaraniEsmE_ Indonesia vs Korea. In reality the WINNER is Indonesia. In my HEART *scream Lee Yong Dae. Hehehehehe ☺

ciidoremi RT @Batak_Com: Indonesia vs Korea ? Absolutly Indonesia. Retweet if you supporter of IN-DO-NE-SIA. :))

Yntanggrn RT @bulutangkisRI: telah selesai pertandingan --- INDONESIA vs KOREA --- cabang Bulutangkis dimenangkan INDONESIA, YANG DUKUNG INDONESIA RETWEET!!!!

Michasyifaa RT @sabelylfa: Ttww indonesia vs korea :o

LYJ_Ailee89 RT @bulutangkisRI: telah selesai pertandingan --- INDONESIA vs KOREA --- cabang Bulutangkis dimenangkan INDONESIA, YANG DUKUNG INDONESIA RETWEET!!!!

icheiko RT @B3_Mozzad: #OlimpicLondon2012 Indonesia vs Korea = I-Pop vs K-Pop *Lol*

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Where did the myth come from that "nothing is made in the USA anymore"? by Q: The USA has 19% of the world's manufacuring output. Still the highest in the world. 1. America’s manufacturing output, measured in constant 2005 dollars, has continued to increase in almost every year since 1970, except recently for recession-related decreases in 2001 and 2008-2009. In every year since 2004, manufacturing output in the United States has exceeded $2 trillion, and that’s twice the output produced in America’s factories back in the early 1970s. If the U.S. manufacturing sector were a separate country, its enormous size would rank today as the sixth-largest economy in the world, just behind France, and ahead of the U.K., Italy, and Brazil. And while manufacturing growth has been relatively flat in recent years for Japan and the European countries (Germany, U.K., France, and Italy), America’s manufacturing continues to grow at its long-term trend of 2 percent per year, on average. 2. Despite recent gains in China’s manufacturing output—it surpassed Germany in 2001 and Japan in 2007 to become the world’s second-largest manufacturer—U.S. manufacturing output in 2009 was almost 46 percent higher than China’s ($2.15 trillion vs. $1.48 trillion). And even with recent gains in manufacturing output in places like China, Korea, and Brazil, the United States still produced more than 20 percent of global manufacturing output in 2009, which is just slightly less than America’s 21 percent share in 1990, and not too much lower than America’s 25 percent share of world factory output in the early 1970s. 3. In 2009, the United States produced manufacturing output equivalent to the output of Japan (#3), Germany (#4), U.K. (#5), and Italy (#6) combined, and output equivalent to the next 11 countries ranked from #7 to #17 combined: Korea, France, Canada, Mexico, India, Russia, Brazil, Spain, Australia, Turkey, and Indonesia. http://blog.american.com/2011/01/the-demise-of-america%E2%80%99s-manufacturing-sector-has-been-greatly-exaggerated/

A: You need to differentiate between made in the USA nad assembled int he USA.

WHAT WOULD BE THE RESULTS.....JUST WONDERING? by ..$.. Q: USA, UK, CANADA, AUSTRALIA, NEW ZEALAND, GERMANY, NETHERLANDS, SWITZERLAND, POLAND, SWEDEN, NORWAY, DENMARK, IRELAND, JAPAN, SOUTH KOREA, INDONESIA, EGYPT, ISRAEL, SOUTH AFRICA VS. MEXICO, FRANCE, ITALY, SPAIN, CHINA, NORTH KOREA, INDIA, RUSSIA, TURKEY, BRAZIL, VENEZUELA, ARGENTINA, COLOMBIA, CHILE, PERU, ECUADOR, DOMINICAN REPUBLIC, GUATEMALA, URUGUAY, COSTA RICA, PANAMA, EL SALVADOR, BOLIVIA, PARAGUAY, HOND

A: ASKED THIS TWICE

Isn't the world being a hypocrite considering these facts and statistics? by ori c Q: Conflicts since 1950 with over 10,000 Fatalities* 1 40,000,000 Red China, 1949-76 (outright killing, manmade famine, Gulag) 2 10,000,000 Soviet Bloc: late Stalinism, 1950-53; post-Stalinism, to 1987 (mostly Gulag) 3 4,000,000 Ethiopia, 1962-92: Communists, artificial hunger, genocides 4 3,800,000 Zaire (Congo-Kinshasa): 1967-68; 1977-78; 1992-95; 1998-present 5 2,800,000 Korean war, 1950-53 6 1,900,000 Sudan, 1955-72; 1983-2006 (civil wars, genocides) 7 1,870,000 Cambodia: Khmer Rouge 1975-79; civil war 1978-91 8 1,800,000 Vietnam War, 1954-75 9 1,800,000 Afghanistan: Soviet and internecine killings, Taliban 1980-2001 10 1,250,000 West Pakistan massacres in East Pakistan (Bangladesh 1971) 11 1,100,000 Nigeria, 1966-79 (Biafra); 1993-present 12 1,100,000 Mozambique, 1964-70 (30,000) + after retreat of Portugal 1976-92 13 1,000,000 Iran-Iraq-War, 1980-88 14 900,000 Rwanda genocide, 1994 15 875,000 Algeria: against France 1954-62 (675,000); between Islamists and the government 1991-2006 (200,000) 16 850,000 Uganda, 1971-79; 1981-85; 1994-present 17 650,000 Indonesia: Marxists 1965-66 (450,000); East Timor, Papua, Aceh etc, 1969-present (200,000) 18 580,000 Angola: war against Portugal 1961-72 (80,000); after Portugal’s retreat (1972-2002) 19 500,000 Brazil against its Indians, up to 1999 20 430,000 Vietnam, after the war ended in 1975 (own people; boat refugees) 21 400,000 Indochina: against France, 1945-54 22 400,000 Burundi, 1959-present (Tutsi/Hutu) 23 400,000 Somalia, 1991-present 24 400,000 North Korea up to 2006 (own people) 25 300,000 Kurds in Iraq, Iran, Turkey, 1980s-1990s 26 300,000 Iraq, 1970-2003 (Saddam against minorities) 27 240,000 Columbia, 1946-58; 1964-present 28 200,000 Yugoslavia, Tito regime, 1944-80 29 200,000 Guatemala, 1960-96 30 190,000 Laos, 1975-90 31 175,000 Serbia against Croatia, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Kosovo, 1991-1999 32 150,000 Romania, 1949-99 (own people) 33 150,000 Liberia, 1989-97 34 140,000 Russia against Chechnya, 1994-present 35 150,000 Lebanon civil war, 1975-90 36 140,000 Kuwait War, 1990-91 37 130,000 Philippines: 1946-54 (10,000); 1972-present (120,000) 38 130,000 Burma/Myanmar, 1948-present 39 100,000 North Yemen, 1962-70 40 100,000 Sierra Leone, 1991-present 41 100,000 Albania, 1945-91 (own people) 42 80,000 Iran, 1978-79 (revolution) 43 75,000 Iraq, 2003-present (domestic) 44 75,000 El Salvador, 1975-92 45 70,000 Eritrea against Ethiopia, 1998-2000 46 68,000 Sri Lanka, 1997-present 47 60,000 Zimbabwe, 1966-79; 1980-present 48 60,000 Nicaragua, 1972-91 (Marxists/natives etc,) 49 51,000 Arab-Israeli conflict 1950-present 50 50,000 North Vietnam, 1954-75 (own people) 51 50,000 Tajikistan, 1992-96 (secularists against Islamists) 52 50,000 Equatorial Guinea, 1969-79 53 50,000 Peru, 1980-2000 54 50,000 Guinea, 1958-84 55 40,000 Chad, 1982-90 56 30,000 Bulgaria, 1948-89 (own people) 57 30,000 Rhodesia, 1972-79 58 30,000 Argentina, 1976-83 (own people) 59 27,000 Hungary, 1948-89 (own people) 60 26,000 Kashmir independence, 1989-present 61 25,000 Jordan government vs. Palestinians, 1970-71 (Black September) 62 22,000 Poland, 1948-89 (own people) 63 20,000 Syria, 1982 (against Islamists in Hama) 64 20,000 Chinese-Vietnamese war, 1979 65 19,000 Morocco: war against France, 1953-56 (3,000) and in Western Sahara, 1975-present (16,000) 66 18,000 Congo Republic, 1997-99 67 10,000 South Yemen, 1986 (civil war) *All figures rounded. Sources: Brzezinski, Z., Out of Control: Global Turmoil on the Eve of the Twenty-first Century, 1993; Courtois, S., Le Livre Noir du Communism, 1997; Heinsohn, G., Lexikon der Völkermorde, 1999, 2nd ed.; Heinsohn, G., Söhne und Weltmacht, 2006, 8th ed.; Rummel. R., Death by Government, 1994; Small, M. and Singer, J.D., Resort to Arms: International and Civil Wars 1816-1980, 1982; White, M., “Death Tolls for the Major Wars and Atrocities of the Twentieth Century,” 2003. This grisly inventory finds the total number of deaths in conflicts since 1950 numbering about 85,000,000. Of that sum, the deaths in the Arab-Israeli conflict since 1950 include 32,000 deaths due to Arab state attacks and 19,000 due to Palestinian attacks, or 51,000 in all. Arabs make up roughly 35,000 of these dead and Jewish Israelis make up 16,000. These figures mean that deaths Arab-Israeli fighting since 1950 amount to just 0.06 percent of the total number of deaths in all conflicts in that period. More graphically, only 1 out of about 1,700 persons killed in conflicts since 1950 has died due to Arab-Israeli fighting. (Adding the 11,000 killed in the Israeli war of independence, 1947-49, made up of 5,000 Arabs and 6,000 Israeli Jews, does not significantly alter these figures.) In a different perspective, some 11,000,000 Muslims have been violently killed since

A: Chinese killed in civil war in the 20th century 100,000,000. Looking at the negative only can be depressing. With the figures you have posted, the world is killing itself off?More people ALIVE than ever. While there are more killings than ever, there have never been this many people. FEWER people have died in the 20th century as a percentage as opposed to overall numbers? How many died violently in war in the 19th, 18th, or 17th century as a PERCENTAGE of the overall population? Before you can judge those of the 20th century fairly, you must make fair comparisons with ALL the other centuries. Look at the War of the Roses (this long civil war in England decimated the population). make fair statistical comparisons .........even the figures themselves are suspect and cannot be determined sometimes

Where did the myth come from that "nothing is made in the USA anymore"? by Q: The USA has 19% of the world's manufacuring output. Still the highest in the world. 1. America’s manufacturing output, measured in constant 2005 dollars, has continued to increase in almost every year since 1970, except recently for recession-related decreases in 2001 and 2008-2009. In every year since 2004, manufacturing output in the United States has exceeded $2 trillion, and that’s twice the output produced in America’s factories back in the early 1970s. If the U.S. manufacturing sector were a separate country, its enormous size would rank today as the sixth-largest economy in the world, just behind France, and ahead of the U.K., Italy, and Brazil. And while manufacturing growth has been relatively flat in recent years for Japan and the European countries (Germany, U.K., France, and Italy), America’s manufacturing continues to grow at its long-term trend of 2 percent per year, on average. 2. Despite recent gains in China’s manufacturing output—it surpassed Germany in 2001 and Japan in 2007 to become the world’s second-largest manufacturer—U.S. manufacturing output in 2009 was almost 46 percent higher than China’s ($2.15 trillion vs. $1.48 trillion). And even with recent gains in manufacturing output in places like China, Korea, and Brazil, the United States still produced more than 20 percent of global manufacturing output in 2009, which is just slightly less than America’s 21 percent share in 1990, and not too much lower than America’s 25 percent share of world factory output in the early 1970s. 3. In 2009, the United States produced manufacturing output equivalent to the output of Japan (#3), Germany (#4), U.K. (#5), and Italy (#6) combined, and output equivalent to the next 11 countries ranked from #7 to #17 combined: Korea, France, Canada, Mexico, India, Russia, Brazil, Spain, Australia, Turkey, and Indonesia. http://blog.american.com/2011/01/the-demise-of-america%E2%80%99s-manufacturing-sector-has-been-greatly-exaggerated/

A: capitalism is driven by greed. greed leads to exploitation. multinational corporations want to work people as much as they can while paying them as little as possible

who would in this ww3? by Q: america britain nato saudia arabia egypt japan south korea mexico israel pakistan india Philippines australia new zealand eu canada indonesia malaysia georgia south africa commonwealth zimbabwe nepal (gurhkas) jordan kuwait taiwan vs argentina brazil china russia north korea iran venzuela Afghanistan republic of ireland syria whole of africa apart from zimbabwe and south africa bolivia chile colombia edcuador vietnam cambodia laos mongolia yemen who would win this is a convential war no nukes and if add countrys to the teams if i missed any jacob i told you who was allied with the us

A: A lot of those countries in side B hate each other just as much as they hate the US and its allies. But for the sake of humoring you and your question (which has been asked about 10,000 times already), it would be Side A - US and NATO because absolutely everything would be in their favor - with India and the US, it would even have the numeric advantage. Problems with your question: - You mention NATO, but some of the countries you already list individually are part of NATO. - Jordan would never ally itself with Israel - Nepal wouldn't get involved - Zimbabwe wouldn't get involved - Ireland against NATO - wouldn't ever happen - None of those radical Islamic countries (like Syria) would ever ally with Argentina or Brazil - Brazil would never fight against the US - Afghanistan (government) is a US Ally, and the insurgents are almost entirely from Iran and Pakistan - the latter of course posing a problem for your theory of Pakistan allying with the US-NATO force. In short, there are way too many things in this scenario that would never happen.

USA, Africa, South America, Europe Vs Asia? by The one Q: Who would win in a war? Asia: China. Russia. Iran. Japan. Israel. North Korea. South Korea. Pakistan. India. Turkey. Afghanistan. Vietnam. Austraila. Indonesia. Saudi Arabia.

A: Asia. the only worthwhile people on hte opposing team is america lol and they cant takethem all

Are things getting bad is the tension growing with Arizona and the USA? by ..$.. Q: If there were another civil war, between the pro-illegals and the anti-illegals, making the USA a battleground and soon MEXICO came in the side of the pro-illegals, then the UK & CANADA & AUSTRALIA & NEW ZEALAND came in the side of the anti-illegals, making RUSSIA & CHINA enter on the side of the pro-illegals and now the war is over land and hate, and so on................. WHO WOULD WIN? WHO WILL BE THE GOOD GUYS? USA, UK, CANADA, AUSTRALIA, NEW ZEALAND, GERMANY, NETHERLANDS, SWITZERLAND, POLAND, SWEDEN, NORWAY, DENMARK, IRELAND, JAPAN, SOUTH KOREA, INDONESIA, EGYPT, ISRAEL, SOUTH AFRICA VS. MEXICO, FRANCE, ITALY, SPAIN, CHINA, INDIA, RUSSIA, TURKEY, BRAZIL, VENEZUELA, ARGENTINA, COLOMBIA, CHILE, PERU, ECUADOR, DOMINICAN REPUBLIC, GUATEMALA, URUGUAY, COSTA RICA, PANAMA, EL SALVADOR, BOLIVIA, PARAGUAY, HONDURAS, NICARAGUA, CUBA, VIETNAM, IRAQ, IRAN, AFGHANISTAN, GHANA, SENEGAL, MICRONESIA, SAUDI ARABIA, PAKISTAN, SRI LANKA, SUDAN, LEBANON, YEMEN, LIBYA its starts as a civil war, then into like a world war a world war, over land, hate, resources, etc. i forgot NORT KOREA on the side of mexico-russia-china i think MEXICO-RUSSIA-CHINA alliance would win against the USA-UK-CANADA-AUSTRALIA-NEW ZEALAND alliance

A: after we win, we would send all the illegals to the countries that supported them (it would be hilarious to send about half a million of them to North Korea)

WHAT WOULD BE THE RESULTS.....JUST WONDERING? by ..$.. Q: USA, UK, CANADA, AUSTRALIA, NEW ZEALAND, GERMANY, NETHERLANDS, SWITZERLAND, POLAND, SWEDEN, NORWAY, DENMARK, IRELAND, JAPAN, SOUTH KOREA, INDONESIA, EGYPT, ISRAEL, SOUTH AFRICA VS. MEXICO, FRANCE, ITALY, SPAIN, CHINA, NORTH KOREA, INDIA, RUSSIA, TURKEY, BRAZIL, VENEZUELA, ARGENTINA, COLOMBIA, CHILE, PERU, ECUADOR, DOMINICAN REPUBLIC, GUATEMALA, URUGUAY, COSTA RICA, PANAMA, EL SALVADOR, BOLIVIA, PARAGUAY, HONDURAS, NICARAGUA, CUBA, VIETNAM, IRAQ, IRAN, AFGHANISTAN, GHANA, SENEGAL, MICRONESIA, SAUDI ARABIA, PAKISTAN, SRI LANKA, SUDAN, LEBANON, YEMEN, LIBYA a war, over land, hate, resources, etc. i think the MEXICO-RUSSIA-CHINA alliance would win against the USA-UK-CANADA alliance

A: Colombia is an ally of usa

Why are the world's richest countries located in the coldest parts of the world? by bergab_hase Q: Why is there such a good correlation between climate and wealth? Why are most countries in the tropics poor? Why are the world's richest countries (US,Japan,Scandinavia,Canada) located in cold climates? Is it related to Western dominance in the world? If yes, how come the same trend can be observed in East Asia which hasn't been colonised by Europeans (Japan, Korea - rich; Thailand - intermediate; Indonesia - poor). Why can the trend even be observed within many countries (eg. Northern vs. Southern Italy; Northern vs. Southern US; Southern vs. Northern Brazil, etc.)

A: Let me talk about the case of Brazil, my country. Southern and northern Brazil have completly different stories. Look to this map http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Regions_of_Brazil I'll consider the Northeast region as "northern" and the Southeast region and South region as "souther". The northeast region was the first Brazilian region to be really populated. The main production there was of sugar cane. The production of sugar cane demanded a lot of black slaves. So look to the panorama there: a very small rural elite that owned the slaves, and a lot of slaves living in sub-human conditions. Obviously it reflected in today. The southeast only started to be seriously povoated by 1700 when gold was discovered in the state of Minas Gerais. With the news many Portugueses fled to Minas Gerais to try to become rich. The proportion Portugueses/Slaves was much higher than in the northeast, and the mining economy didn't demanded as many slaves as the sugar cane economy. The city of Rio de Janeiro was a servicy city, again less slaves needed. It was the capital of Brazil. The boom of São Paulo was in the XIXth century with the plantarions of coffe, but instead of slaves they decided to bring Italians to work on the plantations, obviously in a much better condition. Thanks to the coffe São Paulo became the richest state in the country and the southeast became the economic center of Brazil. When the industrialization started, it was obviously the region that received most of the industries. The south remained relativily unpopulated untill the end of the XIXth century when hundreds of thousand of Italian and German immigrants settled there as small land owners. Compare with the northeast, where you had a small elite and lots of slaves... Obviously, in the case of Brazil, the fact that the northeast had a hotter climate, helped to develop there a more explolatory economy. In general, talking about the world as a whole now, the people from hotter places are not in need to develop technologies, cause nature gives everything to them. Now, you have to remember that: North America was settled by Europeans Southern South America was settled by Europeans South Africa was settled by Europeans Australia was settled by Europeans If not, they would be as poor as their hotter neighboors. Remember that the Aztecs were much more developed than their Sioux or Cherokee or whatever neighboors from the north. The Incas were very developed too, but they lived in the Andes, that are very cold because of the altitude, even though it's near the Equator.

Who would win the following wars? by Q: iraq vs germany US vs UK canada vs russia US vs north korea US, britian, and france vs germany, russia, turkey, austria, italy mexico vs brazil australia vs indonesia france vs britian (no american help) iraq vs afghanistan turkey vs pakistan israel vs germanny UK vs israel and pakistan china vs japan japan vs rusia

A: It's a dumb question because there's more to war than a single gunfight; Iraq anyone? Occupation/domestic dissent etc. Anyway with nuclear missiles, the purpose of large scale warfare is taken away out of fear of complete annihilation.

Someone posted this question, Id like to bring it back up and answer with some logic, its about war.? by stuffacan Q: Who would win a war between these countrys? these r the country's united states vs china Canada vs Russia India vs Pakistan vs Afghanistan Turkey vs danmark isreal vs iran Japan vs Taiwan north Korea vs south Korea cuba vs jamaica brasil vs colombia bangladesh vs guyana italy vs greece united kingdom vs ireland france vs germany indonesia vs australia (First of all none of the answers were thought out.) Here are the correct answers. usa - china. (sorry guys the drug dealer does not fight the guys that buy the drugs. You guys know how much stuff the usa buys from china. If it took place china has no way to invade usa but the usa proved with the usa-japan war if you make them mad enough they can ware a big county like japan out. They could take china out no doubt. However a us invasion brings russia and iran into the war as well and then isreal and britian jumps in to get the usa's back it ends up in ww3. which means full scale nuclear war are planet gets destroyed nobody wins. canada v russia. If russia attacked canada the usa would be on russia like a fly on poop also resulting in ww3 russia would not even think about it. This is not because the usa loves canada so much its because its right next door. That would not happen. Also canda cant invade russia. Thats a joke. Just a few more. Isreal v Iran. Again if iran invaded isreal the usa would invade iran and blow them into smitherines and russia and china gets into it to take sides with Iran and it turns into ww3 with nuclear weapons. The point to this people is you cant just pick one side over the other. There are to many unknowns that go into this question. If it were straight up one country v another with no other countrys getting involved. usa whoops china in a matter of hours. russia would stomp canada Turkey would beat denmark Isreal would cruch Iran. (isreal has all the united state weapons so they would pretty much take any other country out if they wanted to.) Britain v ireland. lol I like irleands chances with all there rolling hills of land. Britian is not good on taking over another country remember when they tried to invade the usa. How did that turn out. Usa ran them outta town. Final answer with war no one wins.

A: China would beat USA because they have more people than we have ammunition, supplies, cars, money, blazee blazee you get it... Canada and Russia, hard to say, but Canada does have all volunteer military, Russia doesn't...that can make a huge difference in outcome... India, the U.S. would come to their aid quick... Turkey would grind Denmark...the reason why Turkey hasn't been militarily involved in the current crises is because the rest of the MidEast knows better than to provoke them too much...the last two millenia have taught them that. Israel and Iran? C'mon, you could have said Armageddon, everyone would have known...The whole world would be involved within days... Japan and Taiwan...well...I don't think that would happen. We rely on Japan too much and "protect" Taiwan...they both know better... N.Korea and S.Korea could happen any moment...I can wait that one out...' Cuba Jamaica...negatory...threat to U.S. peace... Brazil and Columbia...hard to say. We have Army SpecOps in Columbia now...there's been conflict there for awhile...if there was a major conflict it would probably end up being guerilla war for 15 years... Greece would destroy Italy. Look at history. Italy has this tendency to side with whoever looks better and end up losing anyway...there are some angry motherf***ers in Greece right now... U.K. and Ireland...hard to say, it's been stalled before... France and Germany...there would be world interference, another Armageddon scenario possibly...

Who rules the lower weight classes, Asia or Latin America? Check these matches and decide? by JON Q: Asians and Latinos absolutely rule the lower weight divisions from junior welterweight division to strawweight. That is more than half of all boxing weight divisions! What do you think of these match ups of the best in each weight class? Strawweight: Roman Gonzalez (Nicaragua) Vs Oleydong Sithsamerchai (Thailand) Jr. Flyweights: Ivan Calderon (Puerto Rico) vs Brian Viloria (Filipino American) Flyweight: Daisuke Naito (Japan) vs Omar Narvaez (Argentina) Jr. Bantamweight: Nonito Donnaire (Philippines) vs Hugo Casarez (Mexico) Bantamweight: Hozumi Hasegawa (Japan) vs Fernando Montiel (Mexico) Jr. Featherweight: Poonsawat Kratingaenggym (Thailand) vs Celestino Caballero (Panama) Featherweight: Chris John (Indonesia) vs Steven Luevano (Mexican American) Junior Lightweight: Ji Hon Kim (Korea) vs Humberto Soto (Mexico) Lightweight: Saddam Kietyongyuth (Thailand) vs Edwin Valero (Venezuela) Junior Welterweight: Manny Pacquiao (Philippines) vs Juan Manuel Marquez (Mexico) What do yall think, who wins this match ups? I picked two best fighters in each weight divisions, each from Asia and Latin America based on their current rankings. Nissaguillen, who do you think would win in these matches? @ Kliky, I didnt forget about JuanMa Lopez. But heis ranked second behind Caballero in the junior featherweight division that is why I picked Caballero over him to represent the jr. featherweight for Latin America.

A: Strawweight: Roman Gonzalez (Nicaragua) Vs Oleydong Sithsamerchai (Thailand) Winner: Gonzalez UD Jr. Flyweights: Ivan Calderon (Puerto Rico) vs Brian Viloria (Filipino American) Winner: Viloria UD Flyweight: Daisuke Naito (Japan) vs Omar Narvaez (Argentina) Winner: Naito KO Round 9 Jr. Bantamweight: Nonito Donnaire (Philippines) vs Hugo Casarez (Mexico) Winner: Donaire KO Round 4 Bantamweight: Hozumi Hasegawa (Japan) vs Fernando Montiel (Mexico) Winner: Hasegawa KO Round 10 Jr. Featherweight: Poonsawat Kratingaenggym (Thailand) vs Celestino Caballero (Panama) Winner: Caballero UD Featherweight: Chris John (Indonesia) vs Steven Luevano (Mexican American) Winner: John UD Junior Lightweight: Ji Hon Kim (Korea) vs Humberto Soto (Mexico) Winner: Soto KO Round 4 Lightweight: Saddam Kietyongyuth (Thailand) vs Edwin Valero (Venezuela) Winner: Valero KO Round 6 Junior Welterweight: Manny Pacquiao (Philippines) vs Juan Manuel Marquez (Mexico) Winner: Pacquiao KO Round 8 Grand Winner: Asia 6-4

Who will win in these kinds of wars? by Someone Q: Providing that there is no foreign help, who do you think will win in these wars? And please don't say stuff like 'there are no winners in a war', because I find it very annoying. USA vs. China vs. Russia France vs. the UK vs. Germany Spain vs. Italy vs. the Netherlands Poland vs. Ukraine vs. Greece Japan vs. North Korea vs. South Korea Canada vs. USA vs. Mexico Mexico vs. Brazil vs. Argentina Argentina vs. Brazil vs. Chile Turkey vs. Iran vs. Saudi Arabia Iran vs. Saudi Arabia vs. Israel Egypt vs. Nigeria vs. South Africa Sudan vs. Ethiopia vs. Kenya China vs. India vs. Japan India vs. Pakistan vs. Bangladesh Thailand vs. Indonesia vs. Malaysia Australia vs. New Zealand vs. Indonesia Papua New Guinea vs. Fiji vs. Vanuatu Cuba vs. Haiti vs. Jamaica

A: 1. It would probably end up as an apocalypse, so I'll say no one will win 2. The UK 3. Italy 4. Poland 5. Japan 6. USA 7. Either Brazil or Mexico. It's too hard to choose. 8. Brazil 9. Turkey 10. Iran 11. South Africa 12. Kenya 13. China 14. India 15. Indonesia 16. Australia or Indonesia. Too hard to choose. 17. Papua New Guinea 18. Cuba

Warfare Poll Questions? by kavekarst Q: French vs. German Aircraft Bolivia vs. Paraguay Armies Indonesia vs. Malaysia Naval Sortie Yemen vs. Somalia Pirates North Korea vs. South Korea (Non-Nuclear)

A: german dont care indonesia yemen s. korea

Who would win this war, Technolgy or Man Power? by Hello Q: The Evil 8 China, North Korea, Pakistan, Iran, North Korea, Indonesia, Thailand, Turkey VS The deadly alliance USA, France, UK, Israel, and Japan. winner takes world domination.

A: Both. You can have all the tech you want. It gives you an immense edge. But we will all have to get our hands dirty. PS, Turkey is our ally. North Korea's leader is dying and hopefully its all gonna be good. China is not an issue. They're happy with their own land and enough people to govern. Iran's run by lunatics. And why North Korea twice?

Where would you rather live/ visit? by Q: USA VS Canada? UK VS France? Spain VS Portugal? Italy VS Switzerland? Germany VS Austria? Finland VS Russia? Sweden VS Norway? Mexico VS Brazil? China VS Japan? South Korea VS Taiwan? India VS UAE? Kuwait VS Qatar? (Both are actually very rich countries) Indonesia VS Philippines? Malaysia VS Thailand? Singapore VS Hong Kong? Australia VS New Zealand? Final Question: Which country would you want to live/ visit the most?

A: Canada and Indonesia are my choices to start with. Since I like the idea of experiencing some cold ambiance and a tropic climate in a year.

who would win a war between these countrys? by jake Q: these r the country's united states vs china Canada vs Russia India vs Pakistan vs Afghanistan Turkey vs danmark isreal vs iran Japan vs Taiwan north Korea vs south Korea cuba vs jamaica brasil vs colombia bangladesh vs guyana italy vs greece united kingdom vs ireland france vs germany indonesia vs australia i am just asking no country can not help one another

A: United states vs China - At the moment, the United States, but give it 50-100 years and china will be the next super power overtaking the USA. I actually think the next world war will start because of these two. Canada vs Russia - Russia all day long. India vs Pakistan vs Afghanistan - India, just through sheer number of their population. Turkey vs Denmark - Tough one. I'll go Turkey. Isreal vs Iran - Iran Japan vs Taiwan - Japan North Korea vs South Korea - Another tough one, i'll trump for North Korea because you said without outside help. Cuba vs Jamaica - Haha, umm i'll go Cuba. Brasil vs Colombia - Brazil, again due to their vast population. Bangladesh vs Guyana - Bangladesh Italy vs Greece - Close one, i'll go Italy United kingdom vs Ireland - one of the easiest, Uk France vs Germany - Germany due to their fanancial and population power over France. Indonesia vs Australia - Australia, more technoligically advanced. I know you could argue with the vietnam war but i still think Australia. EDIT @ Bradley H - China has the largest airforce in the world so what you say is wrong, they just don't have a large enough Navy to transport their airforce.

Do you think we will have a World War 3 in the future? If so, who will be the participants? by herrhumbert Q: My prediction While my country USA is obsessed with Middle East Wars (Bullshit Wars), bankrupting itself, China is undergoing a military buildup. The shit will hit the fan in 20 years. We have seen this happen before for over 2000 years of history. China and US will be at war for sure. How do you think the other countries will line up? This is how I see it. USA, Canada, Britain, Japan, Russia VS China Australia India Korea and Indonesia. How do you see it playing out.

A: Not to sound contentious kid, but get some college. Or at least some good reading in. This whole china thing is a paper tiger created by the conservative media to scare you into submission. World orders don't operate like a middle school playground, the two biggest kids don't duke it out for no reason. China and the US have entirely too many ties to go to war. China's economy is inextricably linked to that of the US, as is the rest of the worlds. Currently, and into the near future, it is far more profitable to be an ally to the US than an enemy; as allegiance offers one access to American trade routes, and an investment into a global economy. Additionally, China has entirely too many internal conflicts and cultural fissures to be concerned with anyone else right now. You have to look at stable countries with the potential for conflict with the west, and the ability to project power overseas. Nations like Turkey, Japan or Poland.

Vietnam & Malaysia Vs Indonesia, Australia & Thailand? by Q: I'm just asking this for fun, details of the armys are down below. Indonesian & Thailand Army : 1374,852 (Both Combined) Malaysia & Vietnam : 215,618,13 Equipment : Vietnam & Malaysia : Tanks : Poland T-72M1 Main battle tank (480) Soviet Union T-62 Main battle tank (220) Soviet Union T-54/55 Main battle tank (990+, upgrading to T-55 M3) Israel T-55M3 Main battle tank upgraded version of T-55 (990 planned) People's Republic of China Type-59 Main battle tank (360) People's Republic of China Type-63 Amphibious light tank (320) People's Republic of China Type 62 Light tank (180) Soviet Union PT-76 Light tank (300) North Korea PT-85 Light Tank (45) Soviet Union SU-100 Tank destroyer (132) - for training Helicopters : Soviet Union Mil Mi-24A/D Hind attack helicopters (36) Soviet Union Mil Mi-6 Hook heavy transport helicopter (10-15+) Soviet Union Mil Mi-8 Hip transport helicopters (66) Soviet Union Mil Mi-17 Hip-H transport helicopters (69) United States Bell UH-1H Huey utility helicopter (15+) Indonesia, Australia & Thailand : Helicopters : MH-60R (Romeo) , and NH-90 AH-64 APACHE MIL-24 HINDS And finally AH1 cobra No nukes were used, and allies are not in this. Invading : Vietnam & Malaysia Defending : Thailand, Aussy, and Indonesia So, who would win? Tanks : T-35 T-24 T-28 IS-4 T-10 P.S, Indonesia, aussy, and thailand will not block the other countries from invading them, why? because I said so. Lol.

A: VietNam surely win, both the WAR and BATTLE.

Asia vs Latin America boxing! Best of the lighter divisions! Who do you pick in these matches? by JON Q: Asia and Latin America are the best regions when it comes to producing lightweight boxers! I dont think there is any argument on that if we measure the level of title holders today and even in the past since boxing became mainstream. The names of Julio Cesar Chavez Sr, Roberto Duran, Khaosai Galaxy, Pancho Villa, Fighting Harada, Flash Elorde, Ricardo Lopez, Eder Jofre, Sixto Escobar, Salvador Sanchez, Carlos Ortiz, etc. will always be remembered as some of the greatest fighters in the lighter division boxing history. I pick the best boxers of each weight class from Latin America and Asia from flyweight to junior welterweight, who are your picks? @ Flyweight= Oleydong Sithsamerchai (Thailand) vs Roman Gonzalez (Nicaragua) @ Jr Flyweight= Rodel Mayol (Philippines) vs Ivan Calderon (Puerto Rico) (trilogy) @ Flyweight= Pongsaklek Wonjongkam (Thailand) vs Luis Concepcion (Panama) @Jr Bantamweight= Nobuo Nashiro (Japan) vs Hugo Cazarez (Mexico) @ Bantamweight= Nonito Donaire (Philippines) vs Fernando Montiel (Mexico) @Jr Featherweight= Poonsawat Kratingaenggym (Thailand) vs Ricardo Cordoba (Panama) @ Featherweight= Chris John (Indonesia) vs Juan Manuel Lopez (Puerto Rico) @ Jr Lightweight= Takashi Uchiyama (Japan) vs Roman Martinez (Puerto Rico) @ Lightweight= Ji Hoo Kim (South Korea) vs Juan Manuel Marquez (Mexico) @ Jr Welterweight= Yoshihiro Kamegai (Japan) vs Marcos Maidana (Argentina) My picks: @ Flyweight= Roman Gonzalez (Nicaragua) KO Rnd 9 @ Jr Flyweight= Ivan Calderon (Puerto Rico) (trilogy) UD @ Flyweight= Pongsaklek Wonjongkam (Thailand) UD @Jr Bantamweight= Hugo Cazarez (Mexico) TKO rnd 8 @ Bantamweight= Nonito Donaire (Philippines) TKO Rnd 10 @Jr Featherweight= Poonsawat Kratingaenggym (Thailand) KO Rnd 4 @ Featherweight= Chris John (Indonesia) UD @ Jr Lightweight= Roman Martinez (Puerto Rico) KO Rnd 3 @ Lightweight= Juan Manuel Marquez (Mexico) KO Rnd 4 @ Jr Welterweight= Marcos Maidana (Argentina) KO Rnd 3 Latin America wins 4-6

A: I agree on your analysis except Featherweight. Chis John doesn't have enough experience in fighting other fighters from Latin America. I believed it will be 3-7 in favor of Latin America. He fight almost exclusively in his country except for his fight against that Mexican American Rocky Juarez @ Ric Lopez You considered Donaire over rated? Darchinyan, Morel and Montiel doesn't want to have anything to do with him. Are you sure you know anything about boxing or you are just cruising along.

Who would Win in a all out war? USA vs China, UK vs Russia , Israel vs Iran, India vs Pakistan, France vs? by last man standing Q: Who would Win in an all out war? (hypothetical question) 1.USA vs China 2.UK vs Russia 3.Israel vs Iran, 4.India vs Pakistan, 5.France vs Germany 6.Venezuela vs Mexico 7.Canada vs Cuba 8.Japan vs N. Korea 9.S.Korea vs Thailand 10.Vietnam vs South Africa 11.Nigeria vs Sao Tome and Principe 12.Indonesia vs Hungary 1 on 1 Dead or Alive fighting match : who would win CONSIDERING them all in their PRIME: 1.George Bush vs Mahmoud Ahmadinejad (Iran) 2.John F Kennedy vs Che Guevara 3.George Bush Snr. vs Fidel Castro 4.Hu Jintao (China) vs Shinzo Abe (Japan)

A: The country or person with more resources, arms and people have the edge and the winner would be as follows: 1. US 2.Russia 3.Israel 4.India 5.Germany' 6.Mexico 7.Canada 8.Japan 9.South Korea 10.South Africa 11.Nigeria 12.Hungary 1.George Bush 2.John F. Kennedy 3.George Bush 4.Shinzo Abe

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