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    Levant and Mesopotamia. The states created are present-day Syria, Lebanon, Israel/Palestine, Jordan, and Iraq. The process in which these states were constructed was by the mandated power of Great Britain and France, and they were created in ways that benefited the Britain and France not the local population. To begin with, at the outbreak of World War One, Europe divided into two sides, the central powers and the entente powers. The central powers were comprised of Germany, Austria,…

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    In 1914, Europe erupted into a conflict now referred to as World War I, which led to the deaths of over 38 million soldiers and civilians and becoming the ninth most deadliest conflict thus far in human history. With such death and destruction seen through this 4 year international conflict, a variety of international relation theories have arose trying to determine the causation of the war; of the theories that have arose, Neorealism and Neoliberalism seem the best at explaining the conflict.…

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    The Great War In 1914, an assassin’s bullet initiated a series of events which swiftly engulfed nearly all of Europe in armed conflict. Eventually, a majority of the nations of Europe allied themselves with one of two alliances. One alliance, the Triple Entente, originally consisted of France, the United Kingdom, and the Russian Empire, whereas the other alliance, the Central Powers, included Germany and Austria-Hungary. The equity of the two alliances prolonged the war over several years…

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    What Caused The Great War

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    The Great War Was Not a Great War! The Great War was not a time anyone wanted to face. During the 1914s to 1918s a bloody, brutal war was fought throughout most of Europe. Powers were being formed such as the Central Powers which contained Germany and Austria-Hungary. Many soldiers were in trenches waiting for the long days to go by. Soon countries all over the world were involved in the war one way or another. The Great War was caused by Militarism and Alliances that created many unnecessary…

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    This stands true in the novel, The Book Thief by Markus Zusak. For instance, Max Vandenburg, his life is seen as useless in the eyes of society and everyone would rather have him punished for his heritage. Although he does not talk often, his language is full of power. Also, Hans Hubbermann, a man of love, even hurt others with his words in a way that is unforgettable. Finally, Death, the overseeing man's words, had both the most powerful words, but least impact. He tries to be heartfelt but as…

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    people then grown into a fearful attack. It killed more than nine million soldiers and five million civilians. “Both sides of the war agreed that gas was a cowardly attack,”(Steven Mintz 1). It choked, suffocated them killing them. The gas was chlorine mostly used in enemy trenches. Altho it is not deadly used in water, it is very deadly in the air. It is hard to cure since you cannot see the gas in someone or in the air. The gas was a huge part of warfare in this time. The final results is…

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    The Central Park Five, when the media is reporting the park jogger case with two completely different tones, it failed to comply a basic moral principle: to be objective on any cases. Extreme descriptions such as “wilding” and “wolf pack” exaggerate the negative image of these teenagers, even though who are actually innocent in this case. The media is trying to plant prejudices in the public’s mind, to make decisions for them to treat the five teenager suspects as pure evil and abominable…

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    before. In the meanwhile, CE central team can set up a time together with ICS team to install Office 365 on the team member’s computer. The team members are allowed to keep on working with the traditional ways for a certain time of period, but they should cooperate with the leads transferring, editing and working on Office 365. Step5 Enable action by removing barriers After the introduction of Office 365, there may be more or less some barriers stopping the effectiveness of the change process.…

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    Passion Over Reason Humans are emotional beings, easily manipulated by a higher power, whether that be a government authority or anyone who holds slightly more power than an individual. Emotions are what drive a person in one direction and onto the next and hugely represent oneself and what they do. Within Margaret Atwood's The Handmaid’s Tale, emotion plays a huge role in addressing the lessons of humanity. Through ethics, authority, and freedom inside of Atwood’s dystopian society, the reader…

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    George Lucas once said, “Power corrupts, and when you're in charge, you start doing things that you think are right, but they're actually not.” This theme is very evident and important in House of the Scorpion as some of the characters are very powerful and cannot properly handle their power. House of the Scorpion by Nancy Farmer documents the journey of Matt, who is the clone of a powerful drug lord. After being injured, he goes to the Big House and meets this drug lord, who has lived for over…

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