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    Syria Research Paper

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    Syria is a country in Western Asia, the absolute location is 33.5000oN, 36.3000oE. Syria is borders Lebanon and the Mediterranean Sea on the west, Turkey to the north, Iraq on the east and Jordan to the south. The population of Syria today is 22,087,048. Syria considers their government to be a republic government. Their government consists of an executive, legislative, and judicial branch. When leaders are getting elected, the president is elected by the popular vote, then the president…

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    Characteristics of what modernity looks like in the West is technologically and economically advancement, urbanization, and secularization. Images of modernity and the west are often merged together, which is problematic when developing countries want to embrace modernity, by models the “supposedly” “one-size-fit” all western policies. Major states and individual in the Middle East initially started out embracing modernity, until the 1970’s occurred. The Iranian Revolution sparked several waves…

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    By the end of the thirteenth century an empire would rise in what is modern day Turkey, known as the Ottomans. Before it will become an empire it was comprised of different tribes whose land was being threatened by the Mongols in the east, as well as in the west by Christian armies of the once strong Byzantine Empire. The people would bond together under a leader whose name will become the name of the empire, Osman. Osman was the founder of the empire and know to be a great general who relied…

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    debate about the EU’s relationship with Turkey. There are various reasons as to why the relationship between turkey and European Union is regarded to be problematic . These problems are related to turkey’s geographic location, democratic nature, economic stability, as well as the cultural and historical background of the country. Basically, as far as geography is concerned, Turkey is considered to be in Asia, hence cannot be a European Union member. Turkey is also underdeveloped, hence being a…

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    With the death the Dictator General Franco of Spain in 1975; Spain began taking the first step towards democracy. In 1993, Spain became a member of the EU, benefitting greatly from the freedom movement of services, people, money, and goods inside of the European Union. Spain also benefited from allowment of movement between countries, allowing the service economy in Southern Spain to flourish. Unfortunately, recent events threaten the short lived prosperity of all members of the union. With…

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    restriction and strong bounder in a country limits the understanding of cultural, political and social aspects of life outside our surrounding. People who live in Iran are limited to have contact to the western world, like importing and exporting items or traveling to this countries is highly prohibited because of word war 2. This affects the people who live in Iran,by limiting their understanding and knowledge about the western . In the story ¨ kim Wilde¨ by Manjana Satrapi, she narrates her…

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    Istanbul Cultural Factors

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    Istanbul is the fifth largest city in the world and is one of the largest agglomerations within the European country. Its size, public demographic, and its development as a city has in result made Istanbul the heart of Turkey. In this paper, discussed will be the actual and relative location of the city. The demographic and economic structure, the economic base, the major industries and their classifications (i.e. primary, secondary, and tertiary sectors), and the major site and situational…

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    Mountain Turks? The conflict between the Kurds and the Government of Turkey is lasted for almost three decades. This war has claimed the lives of more than 40,000 people, and most of them are Kurds. After Ottoman Turkish Empire collapsed by Mustafa Kemal Ataturk, he gave his word to the Kurds that he will granting them self-rule in their region, if they supports him in establishment of what we know today as the Republic of Turkey. The new Turkish government did not keep its promises to Kurdish…

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    Syria Research Paper

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    The country of Syria is a very typical Middle Eastern country that is bordered by Lebanon, Turkey, Jordan, and Iraq. Not only is it bordered by these countries but also contains many water sources such as, Lake Al-Assad, Khabur River, Euphrates River, the Mediterranean Sea, and the Sea of Galilee. Syria’s climate characteristics are that it’s mostly desert; also hot, dry sunny summers, but also consisting of mild, rainy winters along the coast. Also, cold weather with snow or sleet periodically…

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    need of help inside syria. Day after day refugees continue to stream across the borders of Syria into neighbouring nations of Jordan, Lebanon, Turkey and Iraq. Devastating Urban host communities and creating new cultural tensions. Hundreds of thousands of refugees are every day attempting dangerous trips across the Mediterranean sea all the way from Turkey to Greece, Hoping and praying they will find a better and more nice future in…

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