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Compare and Contrast Economic and Political Effects of the Mongol Rule in the Middle East and China

...The Mongol rule in China and the Middle East was very different politically in that the Mongols allowed the leaders in the Middle East to remain while in China they did not. In addition they took on the Middle Eastern culture more by converting to Islam while in China, they did not take on Confucianism. However the Mongols attempted to take on parts of the culture in both regions. Economically both the mongols in China and the Middle East were similar. In both regions the Mongols encouraged tra...

Links Between Ancient Empire (Songhai, Ming and Mughul)

...* Different pantheons of Gods * Practised Buddhism and Taoism | * Timbuktu and Goa – main centres of learning * Recruited teachers from over-seas * Islam – dominant culture * Recorded as one of the largest Islamic in history| * Established libraries in different languages * Welcomed scholars to his courts * Islamic * Practised religious cultures| Technology| * Inventors of gun powder * Compass * Paper * Printing| * Mosque Architecture – detailed and big * Took years to build| * Invented c...

Association of the South East Asian Nations

...ASEAN SWOT Analysis Analytical Framework. (n.d) About strength, weakness, opportunities and threats. Retrieved august 25th, 2013, from http://www.adbi.org/files/2013.02.22.cpp.day5.ses3.3.final.policy.options.myanmar.pdf ASEAN summit held amid protest, criticism from civil society. (2008) retrieved august 25, 2013, from http://www.11.be/11/111111-english/artikel/detail/detail/asean_summit_held_amid_protests_criticisms_from_civil_society,102149 Global Institutions. (2010). Regional Security, The ...

H2 HISTORY A LEVELS PAST YEAR QUESTIONS

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News Channels

...Today, IANS is more than just a news agency - its a publishing outsource, a multimedia content provider with auxiliary services catering to growth sectors like education and entertainment, besides being a communication consultant to institutions and companies. Basu has travelled all over the world and has been a regular invitee on the Indian prime minister's and president's media delegations in visits to other countries for the past 15 years. He has covered major news developments and internati...

Tourism in nepal

...Tourism Sector plays a vital role for increase the GDP of Nepal. Although the main source of economic sustenance is agriculture, the tourist industry employs around 42% of the total working population of Nepal. The major religion in Nepal is Hinduism, and the Pashupatinath Temple, the world's largest temple of Shiva which is located in Kathmandu, attracts many pilgrims and tourists. Other Hindu pilgrimage site include the temple complex in Swargadwari located in the Pyuthan district, lake Gosain...

Importance of Pakistan Location

...From a general strategic point of view, Pakistan location is very important. Pakistan is a junction of south Asia, west Asia and central Asia; a way from resource efficient countries to resource deficient countries. The world is facing energy crises and terrorism. Pakistan is a route for transportation and a front line state against terrorism. Moreover Pakistan has been traditionally ally of emerging economic giant; china. So in the vague of any change in world politics, Pakistans geo-strategic ...

Geography of the Philippines essay

...All things considered, the Philippines are doing better than most South East Asian nations that neighbor the archipelago. With a well-balanced scale of politics, economy, and society, capped off with a mainly beneficial geographic setting, the Republic of the Philippines is doing better than most South East Asian nations in transportation technology, medical practice, arable and farmed land, forestry, and countless other areas of the country's array of economic and social areas. With good popul...

The Impact of European Imperialism in Africa

...What determined whether or not a country became imperialistic was more the activity of small groups of people, often intellectuals, economists, of patriotic publicists and politicians anxious to ensure national security and self - sufficiency, than the economic conditions of the country itself. And, as the examples of the British, French, Dutch, and Portuguese show, nations that had traditions of colonialism were more prompt to seek colonies that were nations, such as Germany and Italy that had ...

Banyan Tree

...On the other hand, if I went to the Middle East I wouldn’t want an Asian theme; I would want a Middle Eastern theme. To address that issues Banyan Tree should conduct extensive market research to investigate what their market would want. Another problem I could see with Banyan Tree expand to other continents is that it could get too big to easily manage. It was founded on the basis that it was different than all the chain hotels, so they need to maintain that private feeling guest expect when ...

East Asian regionalism

...” It is a matter of arbitrariness. References Broda, Christian and David Weinstein. 2006. “Globalization and Regionalism. ” Quarterly Journal of Economics, 541-85. Dent, Christopher. 2008. East Asia Regionalism. US: Routledge. Kimura, Fukunari, et al. 2007. The Question of East Asian Regionalism. Working Paper No. 164. Yoshida, Yushi. 2008. Intra-Industry Trade Between Japan and Korea: Vertical Intra-Industry Trade, Fragmentation and Export Margins. Discussion Paper, August 2008. Kyushu Sa...

Analysis Of "Here's Herbie"

...No matter if you want to be a president, or an artist or if your biggest dream is to try an awesome rollercoaster or climb Mount Everest, I really believe that nothing should keep you from doing what you want. Because at last Mike was so inspired by this odd man Herbie that he decided to look out window, without thinking about the other passengers, and this really changed him. He might have gotten some pitiful stares or judgemental comments, but this was the first time in his life that he felt ...

The Seven Continents

...Australia is the smallest of the seven continents. The interiors of the continent are predominantly plains. The Southeast and the Southwest plains are the most densely settled areas of Australia. The climate of Australia is variable, but weather extremes are rare. The Northern part of Australia has a monsoon sort of climate while in the south it is temperate. Australia is known for it’s vast wildlife with rare species and it’s known as the land of the kangaroos. Aborigines are the original i...

Global Stratification

...Social division and inequality is the source of conflict and exploitation among countries and nations. Moreover, it also gives birth to ignorance and discrimination; thus justifying the importance to take actions against it. Reference Bartle, P. (n. d. ). Global Stratification. Community Empowerment. Retrieved February 18, 2009 from http://www. scn. org/cmp/modules/ine-glb. htm. Spark Notes. (2009). Sociology: Social Stratification and Inequality. Retrieved February 17, 2009 from http://www. spa...

Importance of Japanese Language

...Even if you plan to travel to Japan or just a casual traveler. Minimal understanding of the importance of Japanese will make it easier when traveling around Japan. Common every things like road and shop signs that are written in Japanese. Even when ordering food in a restaurant or communicating with your waiter or waitress or other locals in the restaurant will greatly improve your experience of your travels. A critical challenge to remember is that of vocabulary. Having used different books and...

Indian It Industry by Ipott

...The amazing story of the Indian software industry has spread far and wide. Not only the developed countries but also other countries are equally impressed by the performance of the industry. From the presentations that representatives of various Asian and Latin American countries made in a recent workshop in China on ‘IT industry in developing countries’, it is evidently clear that many developing countries today want to emulate the Indian success story. Within India, however, many people co...

Geopolitical Importance of Pakistan

...Main threats to Pakistan: Balochistan and Wazirstan conflicts are posing threats to any economic project like IPI gas pipeline. Negative role of India, US, Iran in this conflict ridden area. Kashmir is flash point, accelerating nuclear race in the South Asia. Instable governments in Pakistan have contributed in weakening the strong position. Natural Resources:-Pakistan has the best natural resources of the world. Lack of technology fragile infrastructure and limited financial resources are the m...

Importance of Cca

...A future of frequent and often unsettling change will call on more than academic abilities. It will require certain tenacity among the people. They will need a robust attitude to life and the surprises that it brings. They must have more of a spirit of 'can-do', the willingness to try your hand at something new and even untried, when something else fails. This tenacity will hold our young well, and hold Singapore well. We must also redouble our efforts to preserve and strengthen racial harmony, ...

A Synopsis on Mount Everest

...Mount Everest is a difficult mountain to climb. There are many hoops one has to jump through before the final. However, when everything is completed, the climb will not be as difficult. It will be simple and quick. The next process to our research would be most likely be food. Climbers cannot survive without food! A few limitations came up at the start of this project. Many of the sources were not credible, more time went into finding a credible source than it should have. Deciding on the topic ...

Strategic Marketing Plan for Six Flags

...Kathryn Hopkins (2012), “World’s richest persons: Asians at the top”, “The times” http://www. thetimes. co. uk/tto/money/consumeraffairs/article3551189. ece ; Accessed on [ 20/09/2012] 9. Kevin. H. James (2012), “The highlight of attractions; Hong Kong, Asia’s world city”, discoverhongkong. com, http://www. discoverhongkong. com/eng/see-do/highlight-attractions/index. jsp ; Accessed on [25/09/2012] 10. Kurt cellar (2004),”Essentials of Entertainment zone in Asia: an analysis ab...

Columbian Exhange Notes/ Study Guide

...The trade network affected ecosystems because the invasive animals brought into America ruined the balance of the food chain. When they ate the natives’ crops, they faced starvation and the population decreased dramatically. On the other hand, some animals were hunted for their hide, causing their populations to decrease and the species to sometimes become extinct. Some of these animals include whales, walruses, and tigers. To sum it up, the Columbian Exchange brought a great amount of change ...

Japan's Westernization

...This is what the Samurai tried to prevent. They did not want Japan to lose the focus of the past, and all of the things that had allowed the country to come so far and stay in power for so long. The Samurai were deeply rooted in tradition, and perhaps this dedication to tradition is shown more than anything else throughout the film. However, at the same time, we must be careful that we do not come to rely too heavily on tradition, this will lead to failure in the same manner that forgetting the ...

The US-Iranian relations

...Overall, the US, as one of the most important actors on the international stage, and as the state that has both the political and practical capacity to influence the Iranian state, must follow a course of action that would help improve both bilateral relations with Iran and this country’s international position in regard to the world. In doing so, the US must adopt the tactics of sticks and carrots, therefore on the one hand diplomatic and political actions but also economic and military sanct...

Into Thin Air

...It’s one thing that eats at me the most. If I’d been up there with a bunch of friends, instead of guides and fellow clients, I can’t imagine that I would have left Andy Harris (guide) up there in a storm when I clearly should have seen that he wasn’t feeling well. ” Conclusion Krakauer said in his own words that there were no “heroes or villains” on the summit, however, there was one particularly heart-wrenching passage which he describes. Rob Hall, the leader of Krakauer’s summi...

Consequences of colonialism in India

...Cambridge 1999 p. 45. Mendl wolf. Japan and south East Asia. Routedge. 2001 p. 55. Milton – Edwards. Contemporary politics in the Middle East. Polity, 2006 p. 46. Milton – Edwards Beverly. Conflicts in the Middle East since 1945. Routledge. 2001 p. 70. Pappe ilan. The modern Middle East. Routledge, 2005. p. 38. Schwarz Henry & Ray Sangeeta. A companion to Postcolonial studies Blackwell publishing 2000. p. 150. White Stephen. Communism and its collapse. Routledge 2001. p. 28. Young C &...

Ebay Problems in Asian Markets

...This resulted in a management and leadership staff overseas that would not be capable of maturing as a team to meet the local demands of the market. Just being in the region did not give EBay the advantage they seemed it would, thus their own inflexibility and lack of foresight contributed greatly to the problems they are facing in the Asian market. To EBay’s credit they have not thrown in the towel and have remained in Asia through joint ventures and are actually conducting promotion in South...

Buddhism in East Asia

...Nonetheless, Buddhism offered Confucianism important ideas such as the nature of the soul and the relation of the individual to the cosmos, ideas not explored by Confucianism (Chen). Again, Neo-Confucianism was spread through Korea and Japan, and they were all deeply influenced for more than half a millennium (Chen). Moreover, many other indigenous religions and philosophical systems in East Asia integrated the ideas and teachings of Buddhism, so it came to be a natural part of living. In conclu...

Firstly I would like to state that the topic that I have

...Firstly, I would like to state that the topic that I have chosen is Silk Road and I am going to explain my ideas and knowledge about this topic. I will refer to the following topics respectively; the Silk Road history, the Silk Road trade's prominence in terms of Europe and Turkey, Is the Silk Road a tool for global sovereignty and economic independence, China and values, the general structure of China: the administration "communism", China's global responsibility and finally the One Belt-One Ro...

India may not accept anything that affects its strategic needs

...For India China’s engagement with Pakistan through CPEC can be seen as move toward regional economic domination. However this project cannot be seen in isolation from other projects in which India is involved. INSTC has the same goals as CPEC and both are about establishing trade routes to connect with Central Asia: For India this can be established by connecting to and investing in the Iranian port of Chabahar, while China is attempting this by connecting to and investing in the Pakistan port ...

Sidharth SalujaIntroduction to Comparative Politics with

...Studies have found that there are still non-state spaces that still resits the Leviathan ( a supreme authority of unlimited power). These non-state organizations are shaped by global flows of goods, people, wealth, and ideas. For instance, there are areas on the border of Afghanistan and Pakistan that don’t have state rules. These areas are mostly inhabited by tribal people( It would help in building our strong concepts of comparative politics about how power can be organized efficiently in the...

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Interstase behavour exhibits as says Joseph Fankel every type

...For India China’s engagement with Pakistan through CPEC can be seen as move toward regional economic domination. However this project cannot be seen in isolation from other projects in which India is involved. INSTC has the same goals as CPEC and both are about establishing trade routes to connect with Central Asia: For India this can be established by connecting to and investing in the Iranian port of Chabahar, while China is attempting this by connecting to and investing in the Pakistan port ...


FAQ about Asia


❓ What I feel most passionate about in life?

...Then will come to Eastern Europe to face the Slavonic mentality. Next on my way will be Egypt with its eternal mystery and Africa Safari with innocent wild life. And of course Tibet to get acquainted with Buddhism culture. No one will deny that we al ...

❓ What is the impact of Cheap Production of Clothing on the Economy

...“We’re always looking to improve our product.When we push design, with design comes the resources to manufacture it — whether it’s innovative technologies in cutting materials or gluing.”Alexander Wang told BoF. He says that moving parts of the ...

❓ People should try to help other people that is why they have

...Which is why I believe people should be able to be rescuers it is them choose they know the risks. They put their life's at risk so they can save people who climb up mountains for the trill or for fun. But they think what they are doing is good so th ...

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