European History

Part 1 The Industrial Revolution changed the lives of people considerably. Middle and upper classes, consisting of wealthy and successful people, benefited from the revolution the most. Revolution made the opportunities of both classes equal. The middle class consisted of businessmen and representatives of respectful professions and the industrial resolution made these people more wealthy and successful.  Numerous new jobs were created due to growth of business. The size of middle class grew in size as such occupations as merchants, shopkeepers and accountants provided these people with the opportunity to lift into higher class.  Middle class people benefited from industrial revolution in terms of education and their social standing (Wright 12). As for the working-class people, their lives changed, but … “European History”

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How can the Refugees Problem in the EU be Solved?

The topic of solving the EU refugee crisis is a sensitive and delicate issue. Monetary and policy frameworks suggested by different factions have their pros and cons. No approach seems sustainable, with some factions arguing that it would take more than money. The Syrian conflict is central to the escalation of the refugees fleeing problem in Europe. Thousands flee the country to escape war and poverty. Pressure on European countries to accommodate them is immense and no one seems to know what a lasting solution to the problem is. For Europe, turning its back on refugees is not an option. Desperate people displaced by war and conflict will continue seeking the elusive safety and hope. Absorbing the inflow of refugees … “How can the Refugees Problem in the EU be Solved?”

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Cultural Interaction And Trade

In the ancient times, between 1500BC and 200BC, China was a trade Centre, majorly resorted by Silk Road trade. The Silk Road trade was core in interaction that happened through Asia to Mediterranean Sea. This trade involved the use of camels by traders to move from China to the west carrying with them products such as tea, porcelain, silk, spices among others. It was known as silk trade because Silk was the major product that was trade by the Chines. Through this trade, china adopted some cultures that were not previously associated with it. The trade made it possible for china and the west, especially Middle East to exchange not only goods but also culture. Notably, the Chinese had four … “Cultural Interaction And Trade”

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UN Uselessness in the Face with Real War Conflicts

Concerns that the United Nations is heading fast towards the fate of the League of Nations grow by the day. The latter failed largely due to the inability to enforce punitive measures. Leave alone the fact that most countries had not committed to the agency’s membership at the time. The recent civilian casualties in Mt. Gaza and death of hundreds of thousands in Syria are violations of the Geneva Conventions. A toothless body? Definitely. The war crimes have exposed the UN as toothless in dealing with the real war conflicts. Some critics regard the agency as worthless and a waste of resources. The world is alarmed by the imminent loss of importance of the norms and laws that have been … “UN Uselessness in the Face with Real War Conflicts”

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Christian Reformation Movements

According to Fahlbusch et al., a Christians Reformation Movement is a small group of Christian believers belonging to a larger group who love and serve Jesus Christ. It is always part of a family of Orthodox, Evangelical, Anglican, Roman Catholic, and a host of different churches confessing and practicing faith in Christian. As compared to other believers and churches, believers under the reformation movements teach about Jesus as their lord and above all creation with more emphasis. There are different Christian Reformation Movements around the world though some are more prominent that the others. Some of the prominent world Christian Reformation Movements are; the Charismatic Movement, the Lutheran Movement, and the Christian Family Movement. The Charismatic movement is a historical … “Christian Reformation Movements”

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