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GSE Unit 6 Vocab #1

GSE Unit 6 Vocabulary Quiz #1

Andean geographic term for countries located along the Andes mountain range of South America
BRICS political science term used for the world’s five fastest-growing economies: Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa
cartel a group which dominates the trade of a specific product or service (example: oil,illegal drugs)
Cold War period, from the end of World War II until the collapse of the Soviet Union in 1991, characterized by frequent military and diplomatic disputes between the United States and U.S.S.R.
emigrate to relocate to a new country for employment
Latino general term for those with Latin American ancestry from a Spanish-speaking country
narco-terrorism violent extremism associated with the illegal drug trade, particularly as relates to cocaine or heroin
naturalization the process by which a citizen of one country may become a legal citizen of another country
rural an area that is largely countryside; this contrasts with an urban (i.e., city) area
trafficking the illegal smuggling of people or products (especially drugs or weapons)
Created by: jpkelley