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  • Cold War Persuasive Essay

    2. Cold War II: IS IT POSSIBLE? The confrontation between the European Union and the United States with Russia over current events in Ukraine, cooperation against international terrorism, agreement to Syria’s chemical weapons, cooperation in the Middle East and Afghanistan and Russia’s closer partnership with China have begun to produce gossips of renewal of the Cold War with exchanges of sharp accusations, the statement of economic sanctions, and-most dangerous-military race that would put both…

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  • World War II: The Leadership Of Franklin D. Roosevelt

    A long, six year conflict sparked the creation of several leaders who went down in history. This was World War II, one of the most widespread and deadly wars. Involving over 30 countries, World War II ended with a lot of change. Many people were forced to step up and make decisions for their countries. This is what helped produce the leaders we know from the war today. Germany was both politically and economically unstable before the war which led to the rise to power of Adolf Hitler. As the…

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  • Russian Culture

    For my ethnography project decided to study the Russian culture. The Russian culture is very unique in many ways. Growing in a big Russian family and seeing how different I am from others around me I wanted to learn more about the Russian culture. In many ways it is different and interesting to learn what my ancestors were like and how they lived. Just imaging all the amazing things that they did and I am proud to be part of this culture, even though I don’t know much about it. There are many…

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  • Essay On America A Unique Nation

    America: A Unique Nation In the nineteenth century there were many events going on in America, there was expansion, many new religions came about, and of course there was the Civil War. Many have argued hat America was just an extension of Europe at the time, but the real culture of America was unique and always changing. To state that America was just an extension of the culture in Europe, neglects the fact that a relatively new nation was able to have views of its own and was strong enough to…

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  • Analysis: England Should Leave The European Union

    The UK has been a part of the European Union since 1993, but is it time for the partnership to come to an end? The EU was created on November 1, 1993, and was created to end all of the wars with the neighboring countries. In order to try to end the wars, the EU was formed to be a single market which permits people and goods to freely move within the partnered countries. England has to consider all of the reasons why they should stay in the EU, why they should leave, and it would look like if…

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  • Alfred W. Crosby's Ecological Imperialism

    The key question of whether or not early European expansion and if it was inevitable is a question still debated to this day. It a tough question but not impossible as demonstrated through Alfred Crosby with “Ecological Imperialism”. Alfred W. Crosby speaks on the origins of European domination over the western world. He focuses on Neo-Europeans as well as North and South America, Australia, and New Zealand. In the prologue, he speaks to how Europeans dominated their environment and other…

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  • Charlie Chaplin Shoulder Arms Analysis

    From 1914-1918, Americans were concerned with the war in Europe and the United States’ eventual involvement in 1917. Prior to 1917, Americans did not want to be involved with WWI just as Americans didn’t want to be involved in WWII in the early 1940’s. Despite America’s desire to remain out of the war (Leuchtenburg 12), German attacks on U.S. ships in both wars forced the hands of the Presidents. Charlie Chaplin’s, Shoulder Arms (1918), came out at the end of WWI and made the U.S. public aware…

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  • Sputnik Alteration In History

    two great powers, the democratic, capitalist United States and the communist Soviet Union. It was a dominate affair and both countries had different beliefs that led to the weapons of devastations. They had major crises like the Cuban missile crises, Hungary, and the Berlin Wall but the most worrying issue was the growth of mass destruction weapons. The history changed in the late 1950s, when the former Soviet Union launches Sputnik in space. Sputnik was the World’s first artificial satellite.…

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  • Rise Of The United Nations

    Before any talk of the United Nations, there was the League of Nations. Woodrow Wilson suggested this international organization in January 1918. After the devastating after mass of World War I, it became a widespread idea for an international organization. An organization that had the power to settle disputes between countries before it escalated into war and military conflicts seemed like the answer for peace (2). Mr. Wilson was backed by other nations as well, but the U.S. Senate refused to…

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  • Discuss The Pros And Cons Of Leaving The European Union

    For 43 years, since 1973 , Britain has been an active member of the European Union (EU) and played an important role in the development of this community. However, it is the hot topic that UK Prime Minister David Cameron has announced a referendum to be held on June 2017, in order to answer the question: "Should the United Kingdom remain a member of the EU or leave the EU?” It is uncertain what the exact answer is, since no country has ever done it before. However, people are trying to give…

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