Despite the fact that Iran is not Arab, the "Green Revolution" that began in Tehran and spread to other parts of the world brought down Mubarak's regime.
The event attracted the country and was seen as a powerful inspiration by the 80,000 attendees.
The suicide of a young, unem lives caused the public anger that forced the president out of office and the government elite to live obscenely lavish.
In Mauritania, peaceful protests called attention to similar issues as welled man who set fire to himself after officials prevented him from selling as an end to human rights abuses.
In Egypt, the world watched in awe as President Hosni Mubarak, based on his sizeable oil and gas reserves, was overthrown.
Protesters resigned in response to the demands of the Algerian constitution, which limits presidential terms to two terms.
On December 17, 2010, the February movement called for a secular state.
There were calls for peaceful protests at Pearl Square.
There will be protests in February.
The sea capital is illegal but is still fighting.
Qadhafi was killed in January when he called for the resignation of the president.
The map shows the countries involved in the Arab Spring movement as well as some of the actions that surrounded them and the reactions to them.
The upheaval across the Arab World in 2011 has not led to many positive changes.
Observers believe that the region's long-standing political order favors the governing Sunni Muslim minority and that they are trying to increase political freedoms and eliminate job discrimination.
As small groups of demonstra military governments or rule by postcolonial dynasties are unlikely to let go of tors gathered in the center of the capital city Manama, King Hamad swiftly of the monopolies on economic resources they control.
The state of emergency imposed and the clearing of the protesters' camps was aided by the Saudi and United Arab Emirates.
In both Jordan and Oman, protests were limited but the demands of the # Egypt's military ousted a democratically elected president and protestors were familiar: job creation, controls on food prices, an end to gov replaced him with a general who was recently elected to hold that ernment corruption The same demands a seat.
The protests were led by young people in the Middle East and North Africa.
In Libya, Yemen, and Syria, revolutions turned into armed insurrection.
In the Gulf States generous handouts such as state jobs and protest was the explicit objective, protests in these three countries were discounted housing in exchange for political passivity.
Libyans rose up against their ruler, Colonel Muammar Gaddafi, one of the most autocratic and longest-ruling dictators in the region.
The country has become unstable because of the authority of the citizens government.
Yemen is in danger of becoming a failed ment and poverty according to many observers.
Police were ordered to fire on the protesters.
Nothing has changed in Algeria and Morocco.
Tunisia, which adopted a new constitution, is the only bright spot after the armed uprising that spread across the country.
Rights for women were included for the first time by Colonel Gaddafi.
The coup was killed by the rebels.
Half of Tunisia's 23 million people live on $2 a country and Yemen is the Arab instability in Yemen.
The president of Yemen was ousted due to the protest.
There was a lot of violence against peaceful protesters.
The Syrian government had a peaceful protest.
It is a response to a problem.
Over 100,000 Syrians have died as a result of protests and different responses by the various government, and over 2 million refugees have fled the country.
The situation in Syria has played a part in the Arab Spring.
After civil unrest in their own country, refugees from the Hutu tribe fled to the Democratic Republic of Congo.
Some of the largest refugee camps in the world were occupied by half a million refugees from Rwanda.
The government of the time urged them to come help rebuild the country.
Three recent news articles about a political issue in the Middle East can be found on the Internet.
Look at the articles from the perspective of Orientalism.
Explain how the journalists don't use an Orientalist explanation.
Special access to education and the South America, parts of the Pacific, Asia, and smaller territorian bureaucracy allowed for the colonization of Africa.
There are many Hutu in the North.
The imperialist states of Europe, the United States, Russia, and nialism introduced a difference into the existing political and Japan.
colonized states are in the South.
The equator social structure that had operated more or less peacefully is often used as a dividing line.
Australia and New Zealand are part of the aban tories that supported the Hutus in 1959 when they rebelled.
In 1994 there was a civil war between countries in the South and those in the periphery, and a relation of dependence was set up.
After a year of violence in the North that began with colonialism and continues which over half a million Tutsis were killed, the Hutus were even today.
Since achieving politi (DRC) and forming a new government, a few peripheral countries have been driven across the border to become pros.
Political independence is to be controlled by armed extremists, who transformed them different from economic independence, and the South remains into virtual military bases and used them to attack the Tutsis in very much oriented to the economic demands of the North.
Over a million refugees were released when the camps were broken up by the military of Rwanda and Uganda.
The reacquisition by colonized peoples occurred across Central Africa.
The UN established a truth commission only during armed conflict, which has been achieved in many cases.
The "Gacaca Court System" was based on traditional justice.
The Africa, the world map created by the colonizing powers has had some important moral impacts, but the commission's aim is to enable Tutsis and Hutus to work together.
Many former colonies achieved to rebuild their society and economy, but have not been realized.
Hundreds of thousands of children have become orphans because of wars like the one that ended, the victors were the United States, which entered a period of isolationism due to HIV/AIDS, and have since died.
The League of Nations was established after the war.
One country spends more on debt repayments to international banks than it does on education and health.
The majority of Nations had a goal of international peace and security.
There are households in Rwanda that live below the poverty line.
Although the United States never joined the League of Nations, it was central to its creation, the first international organization of the twentieth century.
Although Britain and France played important roles in the League, they were never able to secure arms limitations and security agreements.
In 1946, the League was dissolved.
To ensure that the process of independence of colonies was done in an orderly fashion, a system was designed within the League.
The League of Nations was unable to prevent aggression by major powers and was dissolved in 1946.
It was the model for the United Nations.
Before and after 1960, decolonization and independence in Asia and the South Pacific are not the same thing.
The level of political organization in an area before colonization does not necessarily mean an end.
Decolonization and political independence forced societies into a nation-state mold for domination within the world system, which they had little, if any, preparation for.
Even though it was a former colony, TheHarper Atlas of World History, Revised Edition is still relevant.
Land-based power, governmental structure, currency, educational prowess, and sea own national flag would no longer be essential to political dominance if human geography Places and Regions in Global Context showed all the manifestations of independence, including its railways.
Mackinder suggested that the term "British Royal Geographical Society" could be used to describe how promoting a capitalist culture in a merly colonized country would affect the local people.
The opening of the believed that Germany allied with Russia and China allowed foreign corporations to enter the country.
The core coun product of the age of imperialism was the theory of Mackinder.
It is important to remember that antago and educational opportunities to selected individuals was increasing among the core European states, leading created a class of native civil servants that is in many ways.
The first Putin, the current prime minister of Russia, emerged from the aggressive nationalism of Vladimir men and women, often foreign educated.
The capitalist middle class was mentioned in the past.
Their cultural ties earlier in this chapter become complicated and their loyalties are divided as they form extensive regional realignments in the former confedera, an elite class that transmits global corporate culture even more tion.
Georgia and Russia's invasion of Chechnya, which is in some formerly colonized countries, is one aspect of elite governing classes.
The poor are most affected by a new round of Russian empire-building in the core and peripheral regions.
Putin isn't likely to attempt Spatial Inequality: Global Corruption.
Russia now has access to the Mediterranean.
Do trillions of dollars.
By the end of the 19th century, the relevance of his geostrategic empire was well established.
Mackinder developed a theory in addition to the North/South divide.
The world order of the professor of geography at Oxford University and the director of the states can be seen as dividing along an East/West split.
The importance of geography to world politics has been highlighted by the East/West theory.
The major world powers were launched by the second from which a successful campaign for world conquest could be.
He thought theograph was backing away from colonization.
Many were reluctant to pivot to the location of global control.
Mackinder believed that the age in Africa and elsewhere would choose communist political of maritime exploration, beginning with Columbus, instead of some form of Western-style ing to a close.
He thought land transportation technology was capitalism.
The heartland is a quintessential geographical conceptualization of world politics and has formed the basis for important strategies throughout the decades.
The pivot area is mostly continental, but the outer and inner crescents are mostly ocean.
The United States and its allies were in the Soviet Union from 1946 to 1991.
The Medio, a bar in Havana frequented by Ernest Hemingway, is one of the places visited by U.S. tourists in Cuba.
The establishment of trade relations between the U.S. and the island dates back to the late 18th century.
In the first half of the twentieth century, U.S. economic imperialism replaced Spanish colonialism and made major changes to the island's global linkages.
Cuba, at that time, was experiencing a series of reform and revolutionary movements that culminated in the rise of Fidel Castro, a committed communist, in the 1950s.
There was a time in U.S. history when anticommunist sentiment was at its peak.
The United States responded with a military stance toward Cuba after Castro came to power.
The U.S. has economic sanctions against Cuba.
After World War II, the antidemocratic exercises of the Chinese Communist Party were not as important as they could have been because they did not have the support of Europe or the United States.
The model of government in China, even as the communist revolution took control, is best described by authoritar as no Western military action was taken to challenge it.
The United States did not have diplomatic ties with China.
The rise of the United States to a dominant position with China was marked by President Richard Nixon's efforts to stop Castro's rise to power in Cuba.
Presidents Carter, Reagan, and others followed him.
experienced tension after the war.
The economic expansion between East and West resulted in a U.S.
One fall economic practices should not be mistaken for anything like an ing domino in a line of dominos that causes all the others to fall, as its embrace of liberal capitalist and centrally-directed countries would fall to communism as well.
The People's Republic of China (PRC) is a one-party state.
When the postwar chical bureaucracy with authoritarian power concentrated in the United States feared communism would spread from Greece to the top, the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) was born.
There is no Turkey to Western Europe because the CCP controls all levels of society.
The Chinese Community Party is highly bureaucratic with units of organization all the way to the neighborhood or village level.
The fear in the capitalist world was that if one country fell to communism its neighbors would as well.
Domino theory is still used, but not in terms of communism.
The domino effect was not based on preventing it, but on military aggression by the USSR.
The emphasis was on cooperation.
The United States is the world's only superpower and therefore foreign aid, trade, and banking organizations are open for it.
The worldwide promo capitalist economic system is a result of the political, economic, and cultural markets that bring peripheral countries into the global dominance of the United States.
The strategy improved liberal democracy and a global economy predicated productivity in the core countries but was also seen as a way to strengthen the position of the West in its confrontation with the World Bank and the World Trade Organization.