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the start of the Khmer Rouge rule in Cambodia
Year Zero
Cambodian Communists
Khmer Rouge
UN document proclaiming human rights for all people
Universal Declaration of Human Rights
another name for Japanese-American internment camps
relocation camps
Cambodian mainstream religion
Buddism
the right to belong
human right
makes international influence possible
globalization
purposeful destruction of a particular group of people
genocide
" ghetto" in Schindler's List
somewhere in Poland where Jews were forced to live
US interest in Camabodia
to stop supplies for the Viet Cong coming through Cambodia
% of India's Hindu population
84%
India was once a colony of
England
Religious conflict in Kashmir
between Hindu minority and Muslim majority
India is a subcontinent of
Asia
Muslims in Kashmir believe they should be joined to
Pakistan
major religion of India
Buddism
vote by the people to determine their own form of government
plebiscite
use of fear and violence for political purpose
terrorism
religion whose name means surrender to the will of Allah
Islam
division of a territory to separate political units
partition
reason for the Muslim/Hindu separation in population
partition after India gained independence
man who was both and religious and political leader of India. Believed in nonviolence
Ghandi
Irish, Scots, Welsh are decendents of
English
Not part of the United Kingdom
Republic of Ireland
2 political units on the island commonly referred to as Ireland are:
Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland
atholic paramilitary group in N. Ireland
Nationalist Military Force
Why did the English want to colonize Ireland?
so all Catholics could live together
unified the Irish against the English
Anglo - Saxon Treaty
not an approach to solving religious conflict in N Ireland
education
used to try Nazi war criminals after WWII
Nuremburg Trials
Raphael Lemkin created term
genocide
United Nations formed
after WWII
US documentused to model the Declaration of Human Rights
Bill of Rights
number of votes given to member statesin UN General Assembly
1
objective of the United Nations
reliance of all people on all other people of the world
number of member nations in the UN
189
UN Headquarters located in
New York City
secretary-general of the UN
Kofi Anan
Not a permanent member of the UN Security Council
China
Who thought of the term "United Nations"
Franklin Roosevelt
focus is Peace
Security Council
total members in the Security Council
15
purpose is to vote on international concerns and make decisions
General Assembly