Proximity does not create a right. Argentina has claimed sovereignty over the Falklands due to the islands being in close proximity to the the Argentinean coast line. Just because the land is near them, it does not mean it is theirs. A good example of this is the Uk and Ireland. Ireland is very close to the UK, yet the UK has not claimed sovereignty over it. The only right they could possibly have over the Falklands is if the falklands islanders wanted to be governed by Argentina and not the UK, and obviously, this is not the case. The islanders wanted to remain under British control, giving Britain more rights over the Falklands than Argentina.
They would lose. True, you have possibly the 3 most powerful nations on the planet. Yes, they will create opposition, but that would not help them win. Britain has the best trained army, so they will put up a lot of resistance. All European countries combined could easily defeat Russia. India's military allied with the Korea's and Japan would dominate China. I doubt that Africa and South America would put up too much of a fight, although, there are countries in both of those regions that would definitely be more difficult to beat. If a war like this was to occur, China, America, and Russia would be overwhelmed. Even with nuclear support, you would have to take into account, that other countries also have nuclear weapons. Even if they don't have as many, risks would not be taken, just incase a nuclear war started.
It is simpler Obviously, a lot of people will not want school uniforms. I can see why, but personally, I think that is a child's point of view. A logical point of view would be to describe the effect they have on the child. True, uniforms may make the child feel more pressured, or may be uncomfortable, but the advantages outway the disadvantages. The most obvious advantage is that it is easier. Kids won't have to get up in the morning and spend ages picking out the right clothes. You might not be a picky child but if you aren't picky, then you shouldn't mind the uniform. The uniform also helps the child to represent the school (though there is no point going on about that because lets be honest, who takes note of the fact they represent their school?) Kids might get mocked for the clothes they wear. Though this mocking could be from friends, it can be more serious. Uniform removes individuality and will make anyone wearing odd clothes feel less self conscious. It will make them feel on the same level as everyone else. Next of all, they look smart. They can prepare kids for the future and how they might have to look in job interviews and all that. Then again, some kids do dress in uniform and still look scruffy, but that can still be corrected.
It defies the whole point of democracy. The US is a huge supporter of freedom and to deny communist parties from having a say is just pure hypocrisy. Though communism itself does not support elections, if they have a communist party, and the people vote for communism, than that means that the people wanted the communist party in power, and didn't want the elections. The people are what matter in an election, and if there is no communist party, then the communist supporters have nothing to vote for.