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    Nara Buddhism Influence

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    The readings prior to the ones assigned expanded on early Japanese rule and it’s struggle to keep up with with their neighbouring countries and the doctrines they followed in ruling on how the individual person can perfect themselves to create a harmonious society. The second one delves deeper into the influence of Chinese political and cultural guidance in early Japan. These influences were so vast that they almost paralleled the han Dynasty and borrowed from later Dynasties however this does…

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    One of the most trending topics in all of the media is Kim Jong-Un and North Korea. This is for good reason, as there are many ideas to report, like how Kim Jong-Un and North Korea’s government has made its country dystopian-like. When analyzing how the government of North Korea makes decisions that creates a dystopian society among their citizens, one can evaluate what changes Kim Jong-Un made that was so influencing and controlling that their country became dystopian, determine the specific…

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    Machiavelli Vs Rawls

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    The order for fire bombings of major cities throughout Japan was not an essential military tactic. The cities targeted had no military value. Scores of innocent Japanese civilians died as a result of retribution and not of military importance. The military planners thought by resorting to this type of terror tactic, it would lower Japanese morale and force them to surrender. This indeed proved wrong. An invasion of Japan was planned, but leaders feared that such an assault cost the…

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    North Korea Cons

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    Today in the Democratic People's Republic of Korea, or North Korea, many citizens face a difficult challenge of staying alive due to their living conditions. They are constantly in a fight against starvation and some are unable to continue. The Korean government, however, neglects its duties by making nuclear weapons instead of feeding its people. The country is currently in a downward spiral, with a collapsed economy and economic isolation from the rest of the world but just manages to stay…

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    Chapter One Introduction 1.1 Background of the study In 1788, about 1530 British people arrived at Australia as penal transportation, and for the next 80 years, about 16 million people moved into Australia and established penal colony. The following paragraph indicates what happened in Australia as a first step of a colonial domination. The rabbits are the British, who came there with purpose of establishing a new penal colony to supplant the America. Actually, there were Aborigines inhabiting…

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    Responses To Imperialism

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    United States and they would gain even more; possibly the United States land also. India had limitations and failures that affected their country and responses. India under British rule had advantages in the country. With the British rule it would have military, food, and a thriving economy. Independence hit and British rule vanquished. The country changed in many ways, there was a changed in the military. People looked to their families for money and gain. Boys for an heir were part of…

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    imperial rule to Japan in 1868 under Emperor Meiji), the islands were considered to be the Sino-Japanese boundary for the first time.…

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    Improvement of Korea-Japan relationship: three negotiable fields Japan is geographically one of the closest countries to South Korea, at the same time, historically the most uncomfortable country because of Japanese colonization in the early 1900s. In a point of the South Korean government, although Japan’s distortion of history made the relationship worse, it is necessary to maintain a close relationship between two countries in the rapidly changing situation of East Asian region. To make an…

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    Manchuria, in China. In September 1931, the Japanese Imperial Army sabotaged their own railway and then claimed that the Chinese terrorists had done it. So the Japanese army attacked the Chinese army. The Japanese then went on to conquer Manchuria and were successful by February 1932. There were a number of important causes to this invasion including the Great Depression, Manchuria was an easy target as it suited Japans needs. Also The Japanese army had strong control over their…

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    Global Interaction

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    By the 1500s, Japanese ports were open to many Christian traders, like the Dutch, French, and Portuguese. That marked the spread of Christianity along the Japanese islands. Once more, cultural diffusion took place, and the Christian traders spread their own beliefs onto their Japanese comrades. However, this new religion created ripples in the strict lifestyle of the Japanese. The various exposure to the various belief systems and traditions caused certain Japanese to convert their Buddhist…

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