Why the future doesn\Why the future doesn't need us
Our most powerful 21st-century technologies robotics, genetic engineering, and nanotech are threatening to make humans an endangered species
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Russia and the European Security SystemRussia and the European Security System
Russian foreign policy began to reflect more and more on the concept of geopolitics. In spite of the fact that Russia as a successor of the ussr was facing many economic and political problems
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The nature and limits of middle power diplomacyThe nature and limits of middle power diplomacy
Turkish foreign policy in the interwar period. Such works have, in principle, focused on lesser known and understudied aspects of the Turkish foreign policy of the period, including relations with Italy, naval policy and the arms trade
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Social Studies Weekly Age of DiscoverySocial Studies Weekly Age of Discovery
Queen Isabella I supported Columbus, who hoped to find a faster trade route between Europe and Asia. Though he never reached Asia, Columbus did sail straight into land that became known as the “New World,” at least to the Europeans
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Understanding American Citizenship: Chinese Immigration in the United StatesUnderstanding American Citizenship: Chinese Immigration in the United States
Chinese Immigration in the United States starting with the Gold Rush in 1849 to the Census in 2010. Topics to be touched upon include discrimination, citizenship, immigration laws, industrial revolution, working conditions, Communism
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China to America: The Immigrant ExperienceChina to America: The Immigrant Experience
Know the effects of industrialization on living and working conditions, including the portrayal of working conditions and food safety in Upton Sinclair’s The Jungle
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The Outbreak of the Peloponnesian WarThe Outbreak of the Peloponnesian War
Athens and Sparta which began in 431 B. C. This great war has been called the Peloponnesian War and the primary source for the first sixteen years of it will be the Athenian historian Thucydides. The following is from the first sentence of
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Tea and coffeeTea and coffee
Author of "The Library of Health," "House I live In," "Vegetable Diet," "Health Tracts," "Use of Tobacco," etc
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Ap world History Course SyllabusAp world History Course Syllabus
This class approaches history in a nontraditional way in that it looks at the common threads of humanity over time—trade, religion, politics, society
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The gallic warsThe gallic wars
Soldier and general who has ever lived. If we compare him with those who lived long before him and with those who lived near his own time
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The Story of RaThe Story of Ra
In the beginning, before there was any land of Egypt, all was darkness, and there was nothing but a great waste of water called Nun. The power of Nun was such that there arose out of the darkness a great shining egg, and this was Ra
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The Great Power of Europe before 1914The Great Power of Europe before 1914
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Two key questionsTwo key questions
How far was Henry’s break with Rome influenced by new religious ideas and criticisms of the church
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Session 2 History, geography and security: evolving dialogue in the Indo-pacificSession 2 History, geography and security: evolving dialogue in the Indo-pacific
Malacca. From an Australian and Western Australian view, nearly a third of this country’s export wealth is generated in a sparsely populated area on the Indian Ocean with very little naval resource at all, aside from limited coast guard
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The war with Carthage and the conquests of RomeThe war with Carthage and the conquests of Rome
Only a little more than a hundred years after the Gauls had captured it, Rome, once a small city on the Tiber, became the leader of the entire Italian peninsula
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