Which nation brought japan out of international seclusion?

Which nation brought japan out of international seclusion? great britain united states portugal china

Answers

The answer is United States 
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Option B.

Explanation:

United States, is the right answer.

Seclusion is a term used to describe a nation to be in a state of isolation from others.

Before the arrival of Perry, Japan effectively locked itself to western nations and decide to administer its business principally on nations in the South or Southeast Asia. However, the Perry Expedition in the year 1852 from the United States brought Japan out of the international seclusion. It opened up the trading relations of Japan with nations of West and in this way, it put an end to the seclusion of Japan.

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a. news coverage

explanation:

when presidential candidates are on the news they have the ability to answer questions from news reporters and some of those questions can come from the public

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