There was no national court system to settle interstate disputes, forcing settlements to occur in the courts of one of the states involved. Also, propositions for new laws had to be approved by all thirteen states, often resulting in divided votes making progress difficult. The value of the national currency quickly depreciated as the states began to print their own money, eventually harming interstate trade. The American market was soon flooded with European goods while hefty tariffs and trade restrictions were imposed on many products being exported from the United States. The weak and divided economy kept the United States
This was the weakness of the league. Also Germany wasn’t a member due to the reason of creating WWI and USSR wasn’t a member too as they were communists. Other problem includes the truth that it was created as a part of Treaty of Versailles which indirectly meant that the league will be a serving favor of the big4. Due to these, member states were able to create chaos in the League where it already didn’t have any controls. Also the league wasn’t responsible enough to take care of all the problems in Europe as its powers were not so strong.
STRENTGHS It was set up by the Treaty of Versailles (which every nation hated) Its aims were too ambitious Some of the greatest powers in the world - Germany, Russia and the USA - were not members: The USA did not want to join. The Russians refused to join (they were Communists and thought the League harboured Capitalists) Germany was not allowed to join Council members were not the most powerful countries in the world, and were not prepared to use their armies. Also sometimes council members were involved in the trouble Trade sanctions would damaged the countries of the League as well as the country that had gone to war The League had no army; it had to rely on member countries declaring war on countries that broke the Covenant Its organisation was a muddle Decisions had to be unanimous, making it very hard to get anything done Secretariat was too small to handle the vast work of the League The League came to be seen as a club for the victors of the First World War and was mostly European WEAKNESSES It was set up by the Treaty of Versailles, which every nation had signed Forty-two countries joined the League at the start. In the 1930s about 58 nations were members. This made the League seem strong.
Also, another issue with the court system was all the power to the King. This was an issue because a large mass of people (The 3rd Estate) had no share in the government, which meant that the likelihood that they were unhappy was high; to make it worse, Louis XVI was not a great ruler. He was famous for the line, “The thing is legal because I wish it,” which basically means, “What I say goes,” which is not a good plan because there is no planning or foresight involved. Also, he used the lettres de cachet, which is like a warrant where any critic of the government would receive a letter that
Identify the possible causes of conflict which may arise in this situation. A cause of conflict would be that it is not fair on the taxpayer because they do not have say in the company; this is because they only own a minority share. The taxpayers are giving their money to bail out the banks and in return they may not receive a sufficient return on their share. Once again the taxpayer is being forced to bail out a major bank without it being in the interest of the taxpayer. This links in with an argument from shadow chancellor Ed Balls who claims that Nick Clegg’s proposal has not been thoroughly thought through, because it is not in the long-term interests of the taxpayer.
They were losing to a nation very few had heard of and it was humiliating. However, many of the defeats to the Russian military occurred after the Revolution had started, not causing its outbreak, but merely adding to the opposition to autocratic rule by the Tsar and prolonging the Revolution. The Russo-Japanese War brought economic problems for Russia, and this therefore meant there was a significant lack of money to solve any other problems present Russia, hence partly being responsible for the outbreak of the 1905 Revolution. The war costed an extreme amount of money. As it resulted in failure no money could be gained from the invaded territories.
Also with the France, Britain and USA not agreeing on the terms of the treaty made it even harder for it to end. Germany’s anger from the treaty came from a few of conditions which one wasn’t entirely true. The first of these conditions were that they were to blame for the war, this condition so bad that no man in Germany would sign it not even a soldier under direct orders. Also the amount of money that Germany had to pay back was very unrealistic ($6600 million) and would cripple their country for years to come. There were other factors that Germany thought that were very unfair such as their tiny army and the amount of land that was taken from them.
Direct exports subsidies for manufactured goods are prohibited by GATT, but most industrialized nations do not obey to the treaty. I believe that the economic, political, and social consequences of subsidies can generally not be justified. However, arguments such as the protection of national security and the protection of infant industry can, in some cases, justify the implementation of subsidies in certain industries and nations. ECONOMIC ASPECTS: One of the most important argument against subsides is based on economic theory. Subsidies and price supports have existed for centuries, but now they are incredibly wasteful and completely outmoded for world markets.
Nor were they able to afford to stand for election as due to bribery and corruption, the poor stood no chance of winning as they did not have the money to provide voters with what they wanted in return for their support.For democracy,thes is five basic essentials freedom,choice,accountability,representation and equality.The effects of the 1832 reform act were very limited. Despite extending the franchise, still only a tiny fraction of British men could vote in elections, 1 in 7.The politicians thought this would stop the demand for reforms but this act just furthered agitation for it.Historians disagree to a great extent on how democratic Britain was by 1914.This essay will examine the progress made between 1850 and 1914 before coming to a conclusion,which judges how democratic was Britain by 1914. The Extension of the Franchise was helped by the Second Reform Bill passed in 1867. In this act, all householders who paid rates with 12
England lost. Money is another reason Charles I was having problems with Parliament. On the coast people had to pay something called ship taxes for the country to build ships etc for war. But Charles was short for money. He introduced this tax to the whole country and misused it by not using it for ship money.