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    The authors also note that parts of the former Soviet Union like Georgia and Armenia were categorized as low-linkage and high-leverage countries. Both these countries were dependent on foreign aid and therefore leveraged by the west. On the other hand, neither Georgia nor any country of the South Caucasus was offered benefits of entering…

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    on seeking an education. Through stories of personal regret, I learned how he went from pursuing mechanical engineering in Armenia to marrying my mother and moving to America, where he has made a living as a mechanic. Although he appreciates his life, he…

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    is besotted. Meanwhile, the confidante has already traveled to Armenia to find the niece of the queen, Shirin. Shirin falls in love with Khosrow after seeing his image and thus, their journey began. A series of unfortunate events separated them, one after another, and it so ends up that as one sets out to find the other in their homeland, so too does the other; thus, they never end up meeting for a long time. Finally they meet in Armenia. Distracted by his beloved, Khosrow fails to protect his…

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    System of a Down is one of the main reasons behind the explosion of metal music in the mid 90’s. Through songs like “Toxicity” and “Chop Suey” they focus on the corruptness of the government and the blind eye people seem to have about it. Combining European, Native American and Far Eastern influences into their music, this band comes across equally hardcore with rap, jazz, strong vocals, distorted guitars, alternative, gothic, metal and any other genre imaginable. The way that they combine all…

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    The tools found in Armenia, Malaysia and Britain could not have originated in Africa due to their age, so people in various regions had the knowledge and intelligence to make modern technology prior to the African migration. Furthermore, fossil evidence in Europe and Asia seem…

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    The Ottoman Empire leaders took the big risk of entering World War I to get big rewards. After the Balkan Wars and all the internal conflicts that the estate had, these decision were supported with the idea of creating a more nationalistic empire, that it would eventually get their lost territory, re-establish control in their different ethnic and religious provinces, and more importantly to revoke capitulations with whatever European power that decided to be allied with the Ottoman goals. The…

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    profound and unexpected shift in the balance of power among the various empires of the region. For the previous 2,000 years, the region of the world bounded by the Mediterranean Sea and by Egypt to its west, caressed by the mountains of Cappadocia and Armenia and the River Araxes to its north, rebuffed by the deserts of Arabia to its south, and blessed with the rivers Tigris and Euphrates and their many tributaries was an arena in which a host of influential and expansionist civilizations had…

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    indigenous to Iran. Obviously, they are vital for wildlife conservation. The Persian squirrel (Sciurusanomalus) is the only famous species of the family Sciuridae in the Middle East. This species spreads from Greece through Turkey, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Armenia, Iran, Palestine, Iraq, Lebanon, Jordan, and Syria in coniferous as well as temperate mixed forests (Harrison and Bates, 1991). As was mentioned, Persian squirrels are a wild species; however, since some people keep them as domesticated…

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    Agaha Shahid Ali’s The Country Without a Post Office stems from the 1990s Kashmir uprising against India, which led to violence and political turmoil in the region for a long time, and closed its post offices for seven months. Ali creates a loose narrative harmonizing with the central themes through repeating images and phrases, and constantly revisiting the flora and fauna of Kashmir. Divided into five sections, each with a small number of poems followed by a few notes, the poems present a…

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    finally entered Tiblisi in 1799 and made it part of Russia in 1801. This led to prolonged wars between Iran and Russia from 1804-1813 and 1826-1828. Iran lost territories to the Russian Empire, comprising modern day Georgia, Dagestan, Azerbaijan and Armenia during the Russo-Persian Wars. As a result, large migrations took place from the Caucasian regions to Iran. In 1864 until the early 20th century, another exodus of Caucasian Muslims took place as a result of the Russian victory in the…

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