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1. Phillip II (2 nd ): (1556 1598)1. Phillip II (2 nd ): (1556 1598)
Spanish military, 3 expand Spain’s borders and its political influence, 4 spread the Catholic religion throughout Europe, 5 make Spain the most powerful country in Europe
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Shajar al-Durr (1220s?-1257) rejectedprincesses com Princess of Moxy, a King-ransoming Sultan SummaryShajar al-Durr (1220s?-1257) rejectedprincesses com Princess of Moxy, a King-ransoming Sultan Summary
Seventh Crusade dead in its tracks and captured one of the most powerful monarchs in the world and ransomed him back to his own country. Centuries after her death there is debate about her achievements
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Chapter Two Who Cares? The Salience and Contours of Global ArchitectureChapter Two Who Cares? The Salience and Contours of Global Architecture
Under conditions of pure anarchy, violence would be omnipresent and highly lethal. Without observed ground rules of behavior for members of the international system
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**syllabus – Likely to Change!!! V. 2/21/07 Great Powers, Grand Strategies, and International Order**syllabus – Likely to Change!!! V. 2/21/07 Great Powers, Grand Strategies, and International Order
The main aim will be to understand the sources and consequences (for states and international order) of different national approaches to foreign relations
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Emergence of modern europeEmergence of modern europe
Two Popes ruled simultaneously; one in Rome and the other in Avignon, which caused problems with the Catholic Church
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The impact of Foreign Direct Investment on Economic growth in ChinaThe impact of Foreign Direct Investment on Economic growth in China
Fdis were located and their effect on the overall economy of China. Different approaches will be used to show the relationship between the fdi and gdp
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The Hapsburg Monarchy / DynastyThe Hapsburg Monarchy / Dynasty
Ferdinand II and his 29-year old son Philip II. Ferdinand II was given Austria and most of the Holy Roman Empire while Philip was given Spain, Portugal, the Netherlands, Milan & Naples
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The League of NationsThe League of Nations
It is not enough just to win the war. We must win it in such a way as to keep the future peace of the world
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Economic factorsEconomic factors
The many reasons that explorers left their countries to find undiscovered lands fall into three major categories: economic factors, political factors, and technological factors
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Semitic actions and initiation of wwii. But, did Adolf Hitler fail as a leader to Germany? Adolf Hitler was not a complete failure as a leader because he made significant contributions in rebuilding Germany which included expanding
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Emergence of modern europeEmergence of modern europe
Two Popes ruled simultaneously; one in Rome and the other in Avignon, which caused problems with the Catholic Church
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Ousd history/Social Studies Harper Building 314 E. 10th St. Oakland, ca 94606 Directions for Dilemma’s ActivityOusd history/Social Studies Harper Building 314 E. 10th St. Oakland, ca 94606 Directions for Dilemma’s Activity
India and Gandhi. It sets up dilemmas facing India from World War II to the time of independence. If you don’t feel you have time to do all of these, then pick the ones that you believe are most important
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