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Chapter 15 voc11

Alliances agreements between countries to support one another against enemies.
Balance of Power- Condition existing when countries or alliances have such equal levels of strength that war is prevented.
Confederation a group of states joined together for a common purpose.
Cantons- largely self-governing states within a country such as Switzerland.
Neutral- characterized by not taking sides in conflicts.
multilingual able to speak two or more languages.
exclave an area separated from the rest of a country by the territory of other countries.
ghetto- section of a city where a minority group is forced to live.
complementary region- A region formed by the combination of two areas with different activities or strengths each of which benefits the other.
Created by: Katdog