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Question 1: A federation (________: foedus, foederis, 'covenant'), also known as a federal state, is a type of sovereign state characterized by a union of partially self-governing states or regions united by a central (federal) government.
Old LatinLatinRoman EmpireVulgar Latin

Question 2: [4] The European ________ made a Europe Declaration at the time of the signing of the Treaty of Paris on 18 April 1951 saying that the Europe should be organized on a supranational foundation.
List of national foundersUnited StatesSerbiaItaly

Question 3: Federation: ________, Saint Kitts and Nevis
Russian cultureRussiaMoscowUnited States

Question 4: Some regions (________[12][13]) have concluded agreements with the Federation so as to modify the degree of their autonomy.
BashkortostanAltai RepublicSakha RepublicTatarstan

Question 5: For these reasons, it is sometimes argued that some modern unitary states are ________ federations.
MoroccoUnited KingdomUnited StatesDe facto

Question 6: ________ ("Dominion" had been used originally, but that has fallen into disuse).
United StatesBarbadosUnited KingdomCanada

Question 7: Republic of: ________, Austria, India (also called Indian Union), Iraq, Sudan.
BrazilChileArgentinaBuenos Aires

Question 8: This paradox was corrected by ________, which reserves some powers and rights to the people that even the states can't alienate.
Tenth Amendment to the United States ConstitutionTwenty-first Amendment to the United States ConstitutionPreamble to the United States ConstitutionFifth Amendment to the United States Constitution

Question 9: The international council for federal countries, the Forum of Federations,[1] is based in Ottawa, ________.
OntarioCanadaBritish ColumbiaQuebec

Question 10: The form of government or constitutional structure found in a federation is known as ________ (see also federalism as a political philosophy).
ConfederationEuropean UnionFederalismInter-Parliamentary Union
















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