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Day: January 15, 2022

Book Review: Britain & the Middle East: From the Earliest Times to 1950 by Sir Reader Bullard

When I started reading Britain and the Middle East: From the Earliest Times to 1950 (published in 1951) by Sir Reader Bullard, I had a strong feeling that I was venturing into the unknown. At first, I felt very uncomfortable with this feeling, especially that I have always considered myself to be knowledgeable reader. I …

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Risks for Third World Nations toward Globalization

HYPOTHESIS Globalization is a process of universal change which may enable Third World nations to develop towards modernization and universal equality, but which may also involve undermining risks for these nations. INTRODUCTION Globalization has become a major topic of discussion and concern in economic circles since the mid-1990s. It is clear that the trend toward …

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Inside The Falun Gong

Unlike the democratic systems in the West, the totalitarian Communist regime in China does not allow the formation or activity of political parties. In June 1989, hundreds of people were killed as thousands of students rallied angrily around the Tiananmen Square in Beijing, demanding political liberties and rights. In July 1999, the Chinese government and …

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Abdallah Ocalan; Origin, Exile and Consequences of His Arrest

Thesis: Abdallah Ocalan is one of the world’s most dangerous terrorists, the leader of the bloodiest military organization, and at the same time, the symbol of liberty and martyrdom for the Kurds. Ocalan as the leader of the PKK February 1999 was certainly one of the busiest months of the year. Following the global celebrations …

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How is a Team Defined and how is a Team Distinguished from a Group?

 According to the World Health Organization (W.H.O.), a team is defined as “Two or more people working interdependently towards a common goal.” The W.H.O. elaborates that “Getting a group of people together does not make a ‘team.’ A team develops products that are the result of the team’s collective effort and involves synergy. Synergy is …

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