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History of Asia

Summary of “Revisiting Hiroshima in Iran”

In “Revisiting Hiroshima in Iran: What Americans Really Think about Using Nuclear Weapons and Killing Noncombatants”, Scott D. Sagan and Benjamin A. Valentino discuss a survey they did to determine if the attitudes of Americans toward the use of nuclear weapons has really changed as much since 1945 as other...

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How Gandhi shaped India’s history

Gandhi as the leader of a constant, prolonged, and peaceful resistance will forever be remembered in history. He played a greater role in determining the shape of India’s history than the British Empire because through his organizing efforts he was able to consistently mobilize thousands of people to break down...

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When China Ruled the Seas

What do Admiral Zheng He’s voyages tell us about China’s relationship to the outside world? Three different activities pursued by the Chinese expedition members were: trading, establishing diplomatic relations, and popularizing the Chinese authority and prestige in the region. First and foremost, the aim of Zheng He’s voyages was to...

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Pleasant Life In Tang And Song China

Tang and Song China are the two dynasties that arose much later after the fall of Han Dynasty in A.D 220. 30 local dynasties became great and fell after Han Dynasty, but none of them had been strong enough to unite China. Many scholars have written on this subject from...

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The Unification of China

The Time of the Warring States in China happened at the end of the Zhou dynasty in 402-221 B.C.E. In this era of political and social confusion, schools of thought like Daoism, Confucianism and Legalism flourished. This resulted in a deep influence on the Chinese cultural and political traditions and...

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Mahatma Gandhi And His Peaceful Movement

While it can be said that there were several other revolutionaries who impacted the Indian movement for independence, none had a greater impact on the outcome and the subsequent revolution than Mahatma Gandhi. While it can be said that it didn't ultimately directly result in Indian independence being realized, it...

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History of Persia and India

The Empires of PersiaThe people who originally occupied Persia migrated from India many years ago. Due to their interactions with Indians, these original Persians spoke a language known as indo-European tongues. They were related and also spoke a language close to Aryans who could be termed as their long distant...

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