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    between Japan and China was done through ambassador diplomacy. Tribal leaders in Japan in the early second century would seek knowledge and support from China to strengthen their position within their tribe at home and to exert military influence upon Korea (pg. 1). Throughout the centuries, Japan would use the ambassador to gain knowledge and insight from China and they would make sure they used highly intelligent people to serve in these positions. The mission of the ambassadors for Japan…

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    took it back in 1556. Then humayun died, by falling off the library steps. Next emperor was Akbar the great. Akbar extended the empire greatly throughout northern and central india. He abolished the hated jizya tax and reconciled the hindus under muslim rule. Then he came up with a new religion din-i-ilahi, a mix of hinduism and islam, but it was rejected. Akbar administrative reforms laid foundations for a long lasting empire. Akbar also ended the practice of sati. Akbar’s successors were…

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    In Asia, Korea, Vietnam, and Japan were all influenced by Chinese culture, known as sinification or syncretism. Parts of of Chinese culture and societal structure were implemented into their own. Around the fourth century, the Chinese system of writing was introduced…

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    There are vast amount of things within our daily lives that have been a result of cultural diffusion. These can range from food, religion, economics, and even technology. Buddhism is a good example of religion cultural diffusion. It reached China, due to cultural diffusion as it was favoured by the merchants along the silk roads, and therefore, was able to extend into China. Buddhism would be met with its patrons, as well harsh critics. Some viewed Buddhism as an outside force that had no place…

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    extending the rule or authority of an empire or nation over foreign countries. Roosevelt negotiated the Treaty of Portsmouth which ended the Russo-Japanese War and marked the emergence of a new era of diplomatic negotiations. After the Russo-Japanese War, he won the Nobel Peace Prize for negotiator, making him the first American to win the Nobel Peace Prize. Theodore Roosevelt sought to expand Japanese influence in Northern Asia, and signed an agreement allowing Japanese expansion into Korea.…

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    1. Harry Truman a. Harry Truman was president during the Cold War. He had a hand in preventing the spread of Communism to other countries. Truman saw that, with the Iron Curtain dividing Europe in half, communism would spread quickly and what he wanted to do was help countries that were threatened by Communism and this is what the Truman Doctrine consisted of. He asked Congress for 40 million dollars to fund Greece and Turkey, who were threatened by Communism at the time. He figured that if we…

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    Spain but also from eastern part of the europe such as Ukraine, Russia, Hungary, Armenia, and from the Asia - China and Korea. The second wave of migration to Brazil is characterised by inflow another 2.1 million Europeans from Italy, Poland, Russia and Romania between years 1904 – 1930. Most of these migrants from Europe came after First World War.The first influx of Japanese migrants came in 1908. The Asian people settled in the area around São Paulo and in the north of the state Parana to…

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    Asia in the 16th through 19th centuries was prospering and growing rapidly. Various empires came to power including the dynasties Chinese the Ming and the Qing, Tokugawa Japan and the hermit kingdom Korea. These empires all achieved greatness when it came to political aspects, social aspects and economical aspects.The Asian empires were more similar than different. In both China and Japan agriculture was highly important to the economy and was also valued more than being a merchant or artisan.…

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    Discussion Question 4: Schweikart and Allen described U.S participation in World War II as reluctant, but once engaged in fighting, they became a powerful force. Zinn agreed, but also felt as though there were selfish, imperial intentions. Though described as warring with Hitler as a last resort, Roosevelt felt as though the United States’ interests and security were threatened, and therefore they entered the war. On December 7, 1941 the infamous bombing of Pearl Harbor occurred, shocking the…

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    Every single one of these projects required intensive labor, and most of that labor came from us, the peasants. This policy extracted great animosity from us, especially since many died as a result of these rigorous efforts to complete the projects. Since the projects were so costly, the Mongols resorted to deliberate inflation of currency to cover the costs. These financial problems lead to the undermining of the economy, which the Mongols could not maintain any longer. To add on to this…

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