Understanding Capitalism In the modern world one of the biggest tragedies is understanding capitalism in general in America. There was no capitalist system existing in America at the time it was being founded. In USA, development of modern capitalism didn’t take place till the Civil War ended, at the time
Relations between Ancient Rome and India Rome traded with India via Persia and Anatolia. Overland caravans were mainly used for trading spices and incense. Another route for trading via the Red Sea was later used after Augustus conquered Egypt during the period 30BCE and around the initial period of the
Timeline of World War I What started as a war between two nations after the assassination of Francis Ferdinand, spread across Europe and many other countries. It lasted for four years and was known as the Great War or World War. When another war ensued in 1939, this war was
Aurangzeb Aurangzeb the third son of Princess Arjumand Bano Begam of Persia and Prince Khurram was born on November 4, 1618. His mother was better known as Mumtaz Mahal termed as the ‘Beloved Jewel Of The Palace’ which gave inspiration to Shah Jahan to construct the Taj Mahal later on.
The Hebrew Resistance Movement was a movement which was prevalent for ten months in Palestine. This movement was also known as Jewish Resistance Movement and sometimes as United Resistance Movement. It was an alliance between Zionist paramilitary organizations Irgun, Haganah and Lehi. This resistance movement was against the British and
Afghan Civil War started after the Soviet Union withdrew from Afghanistan and it left the Afghan communist government to protect themselves from the Mujahideen. The phase of the war was in between 1989 to 1992. Even though the government fell in 1992 the civil war continued and there was large
Afghanistan has been a geographical area which is marked by strife and struggle in the form of battles, civil wars and terrorism. Afghanistan was a part of India then and India was ruled by different clans. The Hindu, Sikh and the Afghans has their kingdom spread all over North India
The Algiers War was between France and the Algerian National Liberation Front and it happened between the years 1954 to 1962. The war led to Algeria gaining independence from France and in history this is considered as an important decolonization war because of its complex nature. The conflicts were branded
Italy was an ambitious nation under Benito Mussolini. It could make pacts with Germany and Japan only because of the common interest and that was expansion of the Kingdom. After the First World War, the League of Nations was formed and Italy was looked upon favourably by Britain and France.
Militarism in Japan saw many ups and downs. Empire of Japan followed an ideology for militarism called “Ninon gunkoku shugi” which propagated the theory that the political and social life of the nation should be dominated by militarism. The strength of the military was considered to be the strength of
Causes of WWII – Rise of a dictatorship in GermanyCauses of WWII – Rise of a dictatorship in Germany
The Treaty of Versailles signed on June 28th 1919 brought about many changes in the geographical divisions of many nations especially in Europe, Africa and USSR. It had economic implications on the world as a whole. However the most affected was Germany. In many ways rise of dictatorship in Germany
History of Morocco The Barbary Coast during 16th - 20th century History of Morocco - For a long time Morocco, Libya, Tunisia Egypt, Niger, Mali and few other places were occupied by the Berber who belonged to the Afro-Asian family. They were also known as Imazighen or Maxyes. In the
Sanctions by the UN Some think the let-down of UN peacekeeping and peace enforcement in the 1990s caused an improved dependence on sanctions. This can be viewed as a procedure of forced negotiation and which signifies a negative form of action that can be used for both discouraging and compelling.
Rwanda and Srebrenica: While examining the evolution of UN peacekeeping two cases stand out. Out of the more than fifty cases since 1945 these two cases calls for special attention and that is the genocide that happened in Rwanda in 1994 and the brutal killing of about eight thousand Bosnian
The Growing Regionalization of UN Peacekeeping The United Nations have been criticised on many grounds as far as the peacekeeping operations are concerned. There have been so many unsuccessful operations and it could be attributed to lack of resources and overstress due to the number and enormity of the peacekeeping
Resurgence of UN Peacekeeping in the New MillenniumResurgence of UN Peacekeeping in the New Millennium
Resurgence of UN Peacekeeping in the New Millennium: After the let-downs in Rwanda and Yugoslavia during the 1990s, there was a major downscaling of the UN peacekeeping. The size of the blue helmets volunteers in the field was condensed from the earlier 70,000 to 14,000. In 1999 there was a
Soviet Control: Central and Eastern Europe and the BalkansSoviet Control: Central and Eastern Europe and the Balkans
Stalinist economic system began to stagnate in USSR and Europe by late 1950s and they could not deliver all that was promised. This was truer for governments where USSR imposed its system. Polish economists were the first to voice the need for reforms but their leader Gomulka refused to initiate
Causes Practices and effects of wars 4: Effects of War Related NotesAlluri Sitarama RajuEffects of war are both long term and short term and they are wide spread. What happens to the soldiers and civilians are different, nevertheless both suffer in times of war. The wars of the twentieth century
Causes practices and effects of wars-3: Nature of Warfare Related NotesAlluri Sitarama RajuWarfare changed a lot during the 20th century. There were so many changes in the world in the field of technology and communication. This naturally affected warfare too. New arms and ammunitions were invented. What was used in
Causes, practices and effects of wars-II: Wars were widespread in the 20th century. The causes and practises of the war differed. The effects of wars were most often the same. What is war? War is a fight between two countries or two opposing group of companies. Each country aims to