Been thinking about this lately. What type of government does China have and how does it differ from the US?
I know they run a republic form of government, led by their leader, Xi JinPing. Xi was elected in March 2013 for President of China. He also served vice president of China from 2008-2013.
What's the deal with China's power of legislature compared to the U.S?
China runs on a unicameral legislature. This means they either can refer to the system of laws, or narrow down the case more in a court of law
What is a domestic foreign policy they have?
They have many, but one of their big ones is they cannot adopt children outside of Russia.
What is a foreign policy initiative that Russia has?
They fund academic institutions throughout Russia, this includes research facilities and and state universities.
What are some problems going on in Russia today?
First, they violate your human rights. This includes death in custody, and widespread torture. Second they have an election every year, but it doesn't matter because Putin regularly wins despite the other candidates.
Thank god we live in the U.S, we are aloud so much more freedom over here.
Yeah man, you know anywhere I can find a piece of pizza?