The lack of stability associated with this area and the rise of terrorism observed in the last several decades attract the public attention and give rise to vigorous debates regarding the future of the region [...]
The studies of the Cold War era are experiencing rejuvenation in the latest decade, mainly thanks to the availability of the previously classified documents. The book Debating the Origins of the Cold War: American and [...]
In the era when the threat of a nuclear attack was viewed as the primary fear factor, the Cuban Missile Crisis created grounds for worrying about the wellbeing of the American citizens, hence the increase [...]
It will describe the Tutsi-favored political system and land distribution system that contributed to the occurrence of the Genocide. The Europeans were of the opinion that the Tutsi did not originate from the region.
The French government failed to honor the demands issued by the Algerians leading to the eruption of the Algerian War of Independence.
People have always believed that the ethnic hatred between the Hutus and the Tutsi was the core cause of the genocide.
In the USA and Latin America, women and gay people saw that they were oppressed and they wanted to diminish that oppression.
This was spread to the rest of the world. Consumerism has necessitated the need to have advanced methods of doing business because products must be delivered to the market in mass, in time and of [...]
The following study is a review of the book mentioned above."The Battle for the Falklands" is reviewed from the context of the conflict and what is known to members of the public and the scholars.
One of the things that contributed to the development of South Africa is the dominance of the whites in the country.
The officials of the National party tried to justify the existence of the apartheid policy, arguing that South Africa did not have a single homogenous race.
The Falklands War of 1982 was alleged to be the worst reported warfare after the Crimean War, as the war reporting went back to the pre mass communication era.
This book highlights the issues that were present in the world towards the end of the 20th century as people in the world braced themselves for the 21st century and the new millennium that was [...]
To understand the peculiarities of genocide against the native people at the territories of East Timor, it is necessary to focus on examining such aspects as the causes for the genocide, the techniques used by [...]
The Rwandan civil war led to the signing of the Arusha Accord that compelled the Rwandan government, which Hutu dominated, to form a government of national unity by incorporating marginalized Tutsi and the Hutu who [...]
During these elections, the Africa National Congress won with a landslide and, as the leader of the party, Nelson Mandela was installed as South Africa's first Black President on 10 May 1994.
In fact, the people who first developed major components of the Linux operating system: Linus Torvalds who developed the kernel, and Richard Stallman who had developed utilities and programs that were used in Linux, shared [...]
This paper reviews the book The cellphone: the history and technology of the gadget that changed the world by Guy Klemens.
According to Zack-Williams, the political turmoil experienced prior to the start of the civil war was very important in pointing out the rot in the government and its degenerative monolithic rule which were the fueling [...]
Imperialism is the act of emphasizing and investing in the local economy in order to increase the output and earning per capita in the country.
The peculiarities of the Western culture in the early 21st century depend on the heritage of the 20th century with its orientation to the social, economic, scientific and technological progress.
The dynamics of the relationship between the central government and the regional administrations since the establishment of the autonomous communities in 1978 has attracted a lot of scholarly attention.
The government used extreme force on the protestors and the demonstrations spread rapidly to various other parts of the country. The ethnic divisions in Syria further complicate the conflict since the county's elite and Assad's [...]
Postmodernism is the word used by sociologists and other scholars to refer to a the intelligence that has developed in the western world.
One of the bleak outcomes of European settlement in South Africa was the adoption of the apartheid. This was because of the policy of "separate development" in the field of education which was encouraged by [...]
This essay gives a detailed coverage of the issue of apartheid in South Africa and its impact to the economy, politics and social life of South Africans.
Dimension of the problem The HIV-Aid epidemic has an impact on production of goods and service as well as politics of a country; a health population is a productive population, thus when the population is [...]
Revolving around a prominent hotel in Kigali, George features Don Cheadle as the manager of the hotel and a representative of the majority Hutus, the wealthy tribe that enjoys majority of the country's resources.
The article then focuses on the relationship between the experiences of the Cairo consensus and the population narrative and the response to AIDS.
The appearance of the so-called buzzwords as the result of cyberspace proliferation has altered the functions of texts that considerably affected the construction of the postmodern subject.
While the crisis is taking place in Syria, some spillover of the war has been witnessed in the neighboring countries. Some of the minority Christians supported the President in the past because they saw it [...]
The computer It is impossible for the human race to think of the world in the absence of computers. The airplane The significance of the airplane in the 20th century can be equated to the [...]
This paper give a brief overview of the history of AIDS, looks at the prevalence of AIDS in some of the highly affected countries, and gives the political, economic, and social impacts of AIDS in [...]
The first point that is mentioned in the work is that the colonization by Europeans and their actions were characterized through the depletion of Gold and diamonds.
The book offers a detailed description of the events that took place in the 1994 Rwandan genocide as told by the survivors of the massacre.
Nelson Mandela did not use his power to benefit himself; instead, he devoted his presidency in serving the republic of South Africa and its citizens.
Modern imperialism also relates to economic globalization in that the European and Western powers emphasized on civilization, as they spread in most parts of the world; this ultimately led to economic globalization. Modern imperialism led [...]
Indicatively, this was before the period of the start of the Darfur genocide. Particularly, this relates to the development of the war within the area.
The films featured several themes such as the virtue of the Nordic or Aryan, the strength of the military and the German industry, and the evils of those who were perceived to be enemies.
The larger debate that arises in Kron's article is on the moral dilemma with regard to civic responsibilities of both the government and the citizens, as well as the role that ethnicity plays in this [...]
The paper will look into the Rwandese pre genocide history, factors that led to the genocide, the execution of the genocide and impacts of the genocide.
In the late 19th century, during the years of the European scramble for Africa, Somalia - officially the Republic of Somalia and formerly known as the Somali Democratic Republic, located in the Horn of Africa [...]
This kind of growth, which is one of the highest in the world, according to the statistics, could only be realized with minimal government control of the economy.
The second civil war was ignited by conflict between the Liberians for Reconciliation and Democracy group and the local community; however, the government could do little to quell the situation as a result of sanctions, [...]
This was one of the worst cases of genocide since the Holocaust with the killing rate in Rwanda being five times more that of the Nazis' Holocaust; as many as three quarters of the Tutsi [...]
For example, the struggle for freedom in South Africa is one of the best examples of freedom in Africa so far.