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    Globalization is the process of communication and interaction of trade with diverse cultures, through global travel and transporting products around the world. This essay will argue that there was a form of archaic globalisation previously, which brought positive impact on most countries in terms of economy, culture and politics. During 1492 there was globalisation, with examples exposed through the Indian Ocean trade and the afro-euro Asia connective. This essay will be reinforced by the following sources Ailliaces, Jose de Acosta and Columbian logbook which will demonstrate the connection through globalisation before 1492. In 1492 there was two significant events that took place, which were globalisation and modern. Globalisation is the…

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    Irish Potato Famine

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    American countries, slavery was abolished, which resulted in the migration of workers from East Asia to Latin America, where they can work on plantations for low wages and unfair conditions. Migration increased as various calamities such as the Irish potato famine, as more people left their Ireland to escape famine. A vast amount of migration during the 1700s to the 1900s came from various European countries as people continued…

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    In the western side of the world we see people living in more developed countries such as the United States and Europe. As in the eastern side there are countries that are a lower developed countries for example South west Asia and south Asia. To have a comparison between two countries that I will be explaining about are Europe and South West Asia. Those two regions have a lot of differences in their physical geography, how many people live in the region, what type of culture background they…

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    The Macartney Mission

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    In 1794, Macartney proposed the famous “Macartney Mission”, and was rejected by Qianlong Emperor. It is because that China had totally different understanding of its diplomatic status from what the Macartney thought, and China was self-sufficient and thus not willing to expand import. However, some claimed that it was China’s “isolation” that resulted in the rejection. From my perspective, the idea that China was “isolated” was not totally correct. Instead, the East Asian was actively involved…

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    Middle East Conflict

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    The center of the world with its essential oil production, controversial religious conflicts, and elaborate history, the Middle East is the often overlooked heart of world affairs. The ongoing disputes in Southwest Asia are a result of a combination of misinformation, indifference, and contrasts. Both Palestinian Arabs and Israeli Jews believe they have a claim to the holy land of Palestine. Partitioning after WWI leaves the land divided into political states containing opposing beliefs,…

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    India Case Study

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    in South Asia. Capital of India is New Delhi. It is a low income, developing country. India has the world’s second largest population exceeded only by that of China. In 2000, India crossed the billion mark which tipped to be the planet’s most populous nation in the next couple of decades (Saris, 2001). It is also the 7th largest country by area. India population is now 1,236,344,631. Hinduism, Buddhism, Jainism and Sikhism are four major world religions that were originated in India (2001).…

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    Asian is comprised of a large group spanning from Turkey to Japan. Differences of their beliefs and culture depend on the geographic location. East Asia is considered the region with the highest number of aging adults that are prone to pain related to age. Asian culture approaches healing from pain and other ailments with an approach different than Western Medicine. Asians hold the mind, body and soul to high regard with treatment. They use herbal, oils, massage, coining, and acupuncture as…

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    antiquity, namely the East rises. By extension, it refers to those regions that are east of the benchmark. In the "Western" culture he was given this name to Asia. Middle East, Middle East and Far East: Conventionally are three parts. HISTORY AS HISTORY AND ECONOMY Three important facts distorted the union between East and West: The Crusades the Christian reconquest of Spain Renaissance humanism. The Cold War and terrorism:…

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    Mongol Empire Dbq

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    There has been a long-standing and prevalent Eurocentric view of history--today’s relatively stronger economic power of the Western countries, such as European countries, the United States, and even Japan, is inevitable due to the innate superiority of European Enlightenment thoughts, Christian religion, and later industrial developments. (Marks 2-3) However plausible, this view of history is absurdly wrong when examined under the light of reality. Back into the 13th century, most of the world…

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    Afro-Eurasia Dbqs

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    Not unlike in other time periods, trade helped expand on growing technologies such as the magnetic compass from China and shipbuilding in China, the Atlantic, and Arabia during the tenth century CE. Thus, resulted in an increase in sea trade. The increase in the preference of sea trade over land trade would lead to the eventual creation of a global market by making it more efficient to put goods on ships, not only in and around Afro-Eurasia but also once contact was made with the Americas. Sea…

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