Can I hack another country?

Yes, although a lot of people are truly bilingual. Russian-Tatar, Russian-Chechen, etc, etc. Russian population comprises over 150 native languages, Rissian being often the only lingua franca for all.

What is the history of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict?

The Israeli-Palestinian Conflict-(1948- Present):The ongoing conflict between Israel and the Palestinians is both simple to understand, yet deeply complex. At the heart of this conflict is a basic idea that both sides believe: The Israelis believe that they are entitled

How will China influence the world in the next 50 years?

50 years is a fairly long time, for the first 5–20 years we can predict the future based on processes currently in development, but further ahead we have to use scenarios, stories of the outcome of different combinations

What are the odds of a world war in the next 20 years?

Amazon.co.uk: General Sir Richard Shirreff: 9781473632226: BooksIn my defence, bad writing, great story.Closely modelled on his NATO experience of war gaming future conflicts, 2017 War With Russia is a chilling account of where we are heading if we fail to recognise

Will China conquer the world politically and economically in 50 years?

Conquer would not be the best way to describe China's goals. A better description is that China wishes to become an integral part of the world.It is generally accepted that China is pushing for globalization, which is to say connecting the

Are we heading towards World War III?

No. This may be an unpopular answer. If we can look past the Trump hysteria and focus on what he's doing, you'll understand there is no threat of WW3 in 2017. He is a negotiator, first and foremost which means he's all about diplomacy. And any seasoned negotiator knows you can't bargain from a point of

Will the world be a safer place in 50 years?

Thanks for the A2A.At the rate we're headed, I would think that its a pretty decent assumption. Wars, and deaths from wars, have gone down dramtically over the last decade. Even Colombias 50yr old counterinsurgency against the FMLN is ending. Terrorism will continue unfortunately, but large conflicts are becoming rare.There is always

In this ever changing world that we live in, which direction will the world take over the next ten years, more freedom and equality? Or do you see mistrust and conflict in the near future?

I see a future of mistrust and conflict no one is listening and the younger generations are seeking truth and there hasn't been much of that, there is zero integrity in our Leaders democracy seems to be a bad joke

What are the countries that may not survive next 20 or 50 years?

It is a scary projection, but it is a red alert for most nations to sit up.Countries with over dependence on oil without any other stream of revenue will find it so hard to survive in the near future. Technology is growing at an astronomical rate, machines depending on petroleum

How powerful will Ethiopia be in the year 2050?

With over 90 million inhabitants, Ethiopia is the most populous landlocked country in the world, as well as the second-most populated nation on the African continent.Accroding some charts Ethiopia is doing it quite well.

Will China rule the world one day?

Nobody will dominate the world like the US did.Post WWII, There was a confluence of Cultural (TV and Movies), Economic (US goods leading the world markets), Military and (yes even) Moral factors. and it helped that they had also ended up on the winning side of the most brutal war known.America's or the West's

Will China be the next cancer of the world?

Quite the contrary, China has been the anti-cancer drug of the economic world for the past two decades, supported the world through the 2008 GFC and the subsequent resources boom of the following decade. In the meantime, the US has squandered the massive surplus of the Clinton's years, initiated

Will India be a superpower in next 50 years?

A2A.A BIG YES. Without doubt.Over the past few years (in this decade, to be more precise), India's power has unfold vastly.Let me explain this with an example which most of the Indian don't know:India is developing two islands in Indian Ocean. These island are strategically significant toeholds for India in the Indian Ocean.Wondering

Will Saudi Arabia go bankrupt?

Oil is not just a commodity but it is life line for many countries. Five years back, in year 2009 Saudi Arabia was world biggest exporter and USA was world biggest importer of crude oil and petroleum products. With the discovery of shale gas in USA and increased production by

Will India be a superpower in next 50 years?

A2A.A BIG YES. Without doubt.Over the past few years (in this decade, to be more precise), India's power has unfold vastly.Let me explain this with an example which most of the Indian don't know:India is developing two islands in Indian Ocean. These island are strategically significant toeholds for India in the Indian Ocean.Wondering

Will China be the next cancer of the world?

Quite the contrary, China has been the anti-cancer drug of the economic world for the past two decades, supported the world through the 2008 GFC and the subsequent resources boom of the following decade. In the meantime, the US has squandered the massive surplus of the Clinton's years, initiated

Will Saudi Arabia go bankrupt?

Oil is not just a commodity but it is life line for many countries. Five years back, in year 2009 Saudi Arabia was world biggest exporter and USA was world biggest importer of crude oil and petroleum products. With the discovery of shale gas in USA and increased production by

Will India one day become part of Russia?

What do you smoke my friend? Whatever that is, it is good shituff. Keep smoking. But please spare Quora users the agony of writing answers to funnily disposed figments of imagination. Thanks.

Will China rule the world one day?

Nobody will dominate the world like the US did.Post WWII, There was a confluence of Cultural (TV and Movies), Economic (US goods leading the world markets), Military and (yes even) Moral factors. and it helped that they had also ended up on the winning side of the most brutal war known.America's or the West's

Is Nepal for all intent and purpose a part of China now?

I don't know what is going on the mind of the person who asked this question. Please in the beginning, check your state of mind. Are you healthy enough? Before asking this question you should have checked what is Nepal and what

Will Saudi Arabia go bankrupt?

Oil is not just a commodity but it is life line for many countries. Five years back, in year 2009 Saudi Arabia was world biggest exporter and USA was world biggest importer of crude oil and petroleum products. With the discovery of shale gas in USA and increased production by

What are your predictions for the European Union in the next 50 years?

It will slowly improve. In particular the economic disparity between north and south will decrease and some of the crazy bits like the common agriculture policy will change. It takes at least 100 years to get stable change to a continent. The USA took a lot longer to become only reasonably stable.

What are the countries that may not survive next 20 or 50 years?

It is a scary projection, but it is a red alert for most nations to sit up.Countries with over dependence on oil without any other stream of revenue will find it so hard to survive in the near future. Technology is growing at an astronomical rate, machines depending on petroleum

Will India be a superpower in next 50 years?

A2A.A BIG YES. Without doubt.Over the past few years (in this decade, to be more precise), India's power has unfold vastly.Let me explain this with an example which most of the Indian don't know:India is developing two islands in Indian Ocean. These island are strategically significant toeholds for India in the Indian Ocean.Wondering

Will China be the next cancer of the world?

Quite the contrary, China has been the anti-cancer drug of the economic world for the past two decades, supported the world through the 2008 GFC and the subsequent resources boom of the following decade. In the meantime, the US has squandered the massive surplus of the Clinton's years, initiated

Will China rule the world one day?

Nobody will dominate the world like the US did.Post WWII, There was a confluence of Cultural (TV and Movies), Economic (US goods leading the world markets), Military and (yes even) Moral factors. and it helped that they had also ended up on the winning side of the most brutal war known.America's or the West's

Is Nepal for all intent and purpose a part of China now?

I don't know what is going on the mind of the person who asked this question. Please in the beginning, check your state of mind. Are you healthy enough? Before asking this question you should have checked what is Nepal and what

Will China be the next cancer of the world?

Quite the contrary, China has been the anti-cancer drug of the economic world for the past two decades, supported the world through the 2008 GFC and the subsequent resources boom of the following decade. In the meantime, the US has squandered the massive surplus of the Clinton's years, initiated

What is the relationship like between the U.S. and Panama?

Complicated, historically speaking. Here are the highlights.The US supported Panama in separating from Colombia in 1903 due to their strategic, military interests in building the Panama Canal. Leaders and statesmen in the government at the time, including Belisario Porras, were unequivocal about what they thought of the US, but they accepted the support because it

What would happen if China attacked Australia?

With non-nuclear weapons?Well, about 6 months before the planned invasion, news would get out that the Chinese are planning a massive invasion somewhere. You can't achieve that level of readiness without tens or hundreds of thousands of people getting involved, it is impossible to

What would happen if Russia attacked the U.S.?

I'll assume for this question that you're talking about Russia attacking the continental US.Depends how Russia decides to attack.  If they use naval vessels, their surface ships would be sunk fairly quickly and then the cat and mouse game of subs hunting subs would start. At some point, Russia would withdraw as there is very little to

How do recipients of U.S. foreign aid view the U.S.?

The question suggests that foreign aid is an act of goodwill or moral imperative. While we do feel a moral imperative, foreign assistance is a tool of  our foreign policy just like diplomatic engagement or defense. Foreign assistance done right creates more market opportunities, while also advancing our own national security. It is important

If Canada invaded and annexed the U.S., how would that differ from the U.S. invading and annexing Canada?

From a practical perspective it has been impossible since the cold war started.The Canadian Military has capable officers and we have a well trained army. But we don't have the capability to invade a large country.Common military wisdom suggests that to have a good chance of victory, the attacker has have

Why did the U.S. intervene after the Iraq invasion of Kuwait in 1990?

It was not a foregone conclusion that the US would intervene. Nor that virtually every Arab state from Syria to Morocco would join the coalition. The Kuwaiti government in exile and a huge majority of citizens joined in a massive lobbying effort,

If Russia fought the EU in a war who would win? No help from allies, NATO, etc.

The Russian military is a wildly over-hyped paper tiger that the EU outspends by a factor of 4 to 1.The top 4 European countries spend about $180* Billion on defence annually compared to the Russian $70* Billion.There are another 24 countries in the EU that spend about another $100* billion.

Has the UN or NATO done anything to counter Russia's invasions of other countries and against other evil governments?

NATO intervention in Bosnia and Herzegovina to prevent Russian backed Serbian aggression.Peace-keeping by KFOR (Kosovo Force) to prevent Russian backed Serbian aggression.International Security Assistance Force in AfghanistanOperation Ocean Shield vs Somali pirates.2011 military intervention in LibyaSecurity guarantees, troops, training and equipment have been

How did the failure of the Bay of Pigs Invasion change United States policies?

JFK's head decayed and American embarked to a significant degree in misadventures in  Southeast Asia into a quicksand that was compounded by LBJ's additional mistakes. We got out when the republicans were in office and America, for a while, stayed

What would happen if China declared war on India today?

Personally, I was a Chinese who once stayed in new Delhi, At the time of the border conflict between China and India, I was also in India, which was the most sensitive time.But from beginning to end, I felt that the two

Will citizens of nations other than the U.S. begin suing the U.S. after every drone strike?

My interpretation was that President Obama's objections to opening the door to the Saudi lawsuits were based on the proposition that if Americans were permitted to sue foreign governments, then citizens of foreign countries might then feel emboldened to sue the USA.Perhaps the

What would happen if the U.S. attacked North Korea and the U.S. won?

Let me lay it out for youUS will never start a war which is not profitable NK doesn't​ have rich oil resources. Even than hypothetically US attcks and win between that time a lot of things have/had happened i.e Being allies south Korea and japan have to join US and China will

Why does the US support Israel? What benefit does the US get out of this alliance?

While there's wide spread conception that US always supported Israel even against their own interests (because of sympathy to Holocaust victims or because of mighty Jewish lobby influence or anything else...) it has no resemblance to historical facts whatsoever.Actually in 1947

Has the US ever invaded another country?

The first time the United States as a sovereign entity invaded another country was in 1805 during the Barbary War, when a small force of US Marines landed at Derna in modern-day Libya as part of a campaign against corsairs who were raiding American shipping.In the early years of the War

Why does the US have ground troops in Syria?

A number of reasons-ISIS has made eastern Syria its stronghold and its largely where it started gaining power. Raqqa was their capital up to recently. Since it was out of reach of the US backed Iraqi army, it was able to

How hard is the Philippines to defend from an invasion?

My answer assumes that both forces are somewhat equal. To make it more interesting, let's also assume that the attacking force has the same tech and competence of military personel, except that the attacking force has been well trained in assault and your forces are well trained in defense.Based on this unrealistic

If a country would attack Switzerland, would any country come to help?

The answer to that depends of course on who's attacking.If it's another European country acting alone the