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    The Nuclear Arms Race

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    events, which we like the call the “Cold War.” Although the Soviet Union succeeded in spreading communism to Vietnam and Korea, the United States contained communism from widely spreading and showed their dominance in the Nuclear Arms Race, neither nation won as evidence in the Truman Doctrine, Nuclear Arms Race and Korean War. During World War II, the…

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    Many of the atrocities which took place are yet to be recognized as war crimes despite the clear evidence surrounding them. One of the most common crimes overlooked throughout the World War II era is the bombing or “incineration” of Hiroshima. Both Japanese and United States citizens believe if Japan continues to refuse to admit that they performed many wrong doings, the United States will also continue to deny it 's war crimes (U.S.). Japan citizens feel strongly that a contributing factor to…

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    Ming Dynasty and the death of the last Ming Emperor, the Qing Dynasty quickly made its rise claiming the throne. But shortly after establishing imperialism, it became the last dynasty to ever rule in China. The purpose of this paper is to tell how the Qing Dynasty rose to power, and why it was the last one to rule. This research paper will be an enlightenment to important emperors who were key roles in the rise and fall of the dynasty, the arts that were introduced from the Qing dynasty, and how…

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    Using Calculator in High School in Korea Should be Allowed during Math Class. In Korea, calculator has not been allowed for any reason in class room. But it has been a super controversial when seeing the countries like United States of America and countries in Europe use calculator, clamming for allowing to use calculator in high school classroom (Min-sik, Yoon). However, I think Korea should allow to use calculator in high school. The initial reason…

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    Origins of Species. Robert Noxx was one of the forefathers for scientific racism as he argued in his book that superior races would naturally dominant inferior races. Thomas Carlyle argued that inequality was the proper way to rule a society and those who “know” should rule those who “do not know”. Furthermore, a scientist and physician named Samuel George Morton studied anatomy and craniometry. He wrote about the differences in skull sizes in humans and how that corresponded to the…

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    story of JFK and the Vietnam War cannot be told without first telling the story of the political development before the war even was a possibility. At the end of World War 2 The United States no longer had to wage war against the Germans and the Japanese. Instead, The United States began to keep a watchful eye on their World War 2 ally in the Siberian North: Russia. After the fall of Nazi Germany, the Russian and American armies met for the first time on April 25, 1945, at the Elbe River in…

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    additional title of Emperor of the Russian Empire in 1721 (Yudina). Peter the Great was well known for his reforms that helped Russia compete on the world-stage with the highly industrialized Europe (“Who Were the Romanovs?”. From then on, the Romanov rule was one of relative peace and prosperity, though Russia was never quite able to catch up with Europe on the industrialized front. The Romanov dynasty lasted for over 300 years, finally ending with the removal and execution of Tsar Nicholas II…

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    Malay and Hong Kong was colonised by the British Empire, Indonesia by the Dutch Empire and the Philippines by the Spanish Empire and the U.S. to mention a few examples. Asian countries went from absolute monarchies and sultans to colonial rulers under foreign empires. These foreign empires then collected resources from their occupied territories and exported them either back to their homeland or to others for…

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    Sumi-E Painting Analysis

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    with deep meaning. Paintings are often judged upon their use of simple brush strokes, unity within the art form, and the poem that it is often accompanied with. Japanese, Korean, and Malaysian people learned this beautiful art from the Chinese and created their own unique versions of it. For this paper I will be focusing on the Japanese from of Sumi-e painting, specifically the history and culture behind it. Although modern day sumi-e paintings can include colors, the traditional art of sumi-e…

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    Last accessed 25th Sep 2012. Fereidun Fesharaki. (2011). Impact of Japanese crisis on LNG demand: short- and medium-term implications. Hydrocarbon Asia. April June (1), 38-40. Mitsubishi Corporation. (2012). Annual report 2012. Annual report 2012. 1 (1), 1-101. The SGS Group. (2009). LNG Carrier Leak Test Completed Outside Korea. Available: http://www.oilandgasonline.com/doc.mvc/LNG-Carrier-Leak-Test-Completed-Outside-Korea-0001?VNETCOOKIE=NO. Last accessed 25th Sep 2012. Babylon 9…

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