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Journal of human rights vol. 1, No. 4 (December 2002), 559-569 Taking proactive steps to prevent violenceJournal of human rights vol. 1, No. 4 (December 2002), 559-569 Taking proactive steps to prevent violence
Despite different cultures and histories, similar patterns in Germany and the United States are found, suggesting one possible means of proactive steps to prevent violence
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Post-Classical Situation ReportPost-Classical Situation Report
Keeping in line with this mission to provide stability and justice in the world the un council on Historical Affairs has compiled the following brief to serve as an overview of cultural affairs on the planet from 600 C. E. to 1450 C. E
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Amenhotep IV becomes Akhenaten, the famous \"heretic\" pharaohAmenhotep IV becomes Akhenaten, the famous "heretic" pharaoh
Akhetaten ("horizon of the sun"), in Middle Egypt. This phase, encompassing Akhenaten's and Smenkhkara's reign and the beginning of Tutankhamun's, is now referred to as the Armarna Period
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Conflict Reporting case study: NigeriaConflict Reporting case study: Nigeria
Long-running tensions between two communities in Nigeria were apparently aggravated by an international event, the Miss World contest that some Nigerians found distasteful, and then inflamed by an article in the local press
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Canada declares warCanada declares war
British pm neville Chamberlain announced to the world that he had managed to secure “peace for our time” with the Munich Agreement. This agreement let Hitler take over part of Czechoslovakia on the promise that he would cease his
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Canadian Global Involvement 2Canadian Global Involvement 2
After much debate, Canada sends volunteer troops to South Africa to support Great Britain in the Boer War
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China: Sui, Tang, and Song and Yuan Dynasties The Sui Dynasty, 589-618 adChina: Sui, Tang, and Song and Yuan Dynasties The Sui Dynasty, 589-618 ad
Sui Wen-ti did not adopt Confucianism as the state philosophy, but rather embraced Buddhism and Taoism. Sui Wen-ti employed Buddhist advisors in his program to unify the country
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Chapter 50: The U. S. Gets Involved in VietnamChapter 50: The U. S. Gets Involved in Vietnam
Visitors file past this stark monument at a funereal pace. Here and there, some stop to touch a familiar name. Many simply stand in contemplation or quiet prayer, while others shed tears
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Timeline from the roman principate to the beginning of the reformationTimeline from the roman principate to the beginning of the reformation
Antony and annexed Egypt, Octavian declares the Restoration of the Republic, and returns Rome to the power of the Senate. The Senate responds by giving Octavian the power to rule the entire Empire, and bestows on him the name Augustus
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A series of lessons incorporating literacy strategies for Mt Diablo Unified School DistrictA series of lessons incorporating literacy strategies for Mt Diablo Unified School District
Developed by: Margaret Ljepava, 11th grade teacher
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The Vietnam War was a long, costly armed conflict that pitted the communist regime of North Vietnam and its southern allies, known as the Viet Cong, against South Vietnam and its principal ally, the United StatesThe Vietnam War was a long, costly armed conflict that pitted the communist regime of North Vietnam and its southern allies, known as the Viet Cong, against South Vietnam and its principal ally, the United States
States led to bitter divisions among Americans, both before and after President Richard Nixon ordered the withdrawal of U. S. forces in 1973
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President Woodrow Wilson declared as the United States entered World War I in 1917. However, the Central Powers’ defeat did not produce that result
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Fascism arose in Europe after World War I when many people yearned for national unity and strong leadership. In Italy, Benito Mussolini used his charisma to establish a powerful fascist state
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