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    Western Europe

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    During the Early modern period, we see Western Europe emerge as the dominant power in the geopolitical sphere while eastern cultures, such as China and the Islamic Middle East began to fall far behind in cultural progression. For some, this separation suggests the beginning of a “Great Divergence” in civilizational development. The scientific revolution presents an example of the establishment of Western European hegemony in the global system, Europe had the necessary economic and political conditions

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    Colonism In Europe

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    It is evident that in 16th century Europe there existed both the motivation and the means to explore and colonize territory across the seas. As it can be said, “With the dawn of the 16th century, there came together in Europe both the motivation and the means to explore and colonize territory across the seas.” This statement is true to a large extent, especially in the areas of trade and technology. The physical means to explore and colonize came from the advances in technology that the Europeans

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    Renaissance In Europe

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    enlightenment influenced by classicalism, the rediscovery of greco-roman arts. It is considered the bridge between the Dark Ages and the Modern era. The movement originated in Italy, the country that would eventually become the focal point for the rebirth of Europe. Although Italy is attributed with creation of the Renaissance, its success was simply a result of its relationship with the Islamic world. The Islamic world enabled Europe’s transition from the Medieval period to the Renaissance. Italy became the

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    The Rise of Europe

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    The Rise of Europe Contemporary world power, and the shift from the East to the West during what historian’s term, Medieval/Renaissance Europe, shifted the roles of two vastly different empires – the Ming and Ottoman. Even though we barely even touched on the Ming Empire, I feel like the significance of it, is far too grand to leave out in describing the rise of Europe. Both empires had different types of leadership and core goals – military and social. The Ming Empire was led by brilliant philosophical

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    Eastern Europe and Africa are seen by the world as two completely different regions but actually share many similarities as well. Both Africa and Europe are divided into regions by the United Nations in order to be able to classify different parts of these vast continents. Eastern Europe is a term that refers to the countries of the easternmost part of the European continent. The term is more cultural than it is strict in a geographical sense. Russia is the largest country in Eastern Europe, although

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    The Rise of Europe Europe, and more particularly the Greco-Roman civilization, is the cradle of Western civilization. Between the sixteenth and twentieth centuries, European nations have controlled and colonized the entire American continent, almost all of Africa, Oceania and large parts of Asia. Europe is at the origin of several major historical events such as the Renaissance, the “discovery” of new lands, the Enlightenment and the Industrial Revolution. Nonetheless, if you go back to the fifteenth

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    All the time Europe countries are focused in order to compete a global goods in strengths and weakneses of its physiography which tell us the challenges of individual territoris. The geographical position of Europe is very important for the fact it is connected on the road with Asia and terrestrial wide exit into the Atlantic Ocean. The first thing of improving the strength challenges for it is : Europe take part of the rood crossing from East to West and North to South to all terrestrial sea and

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    1) The countries of Europe have used their geography in many several ways like how it influences their climate, farming, and living. The Europeans saw that geography is going to make a difference in their lives they have to live with it and try to use it to the best of their advantage! For an example the Netherlands. The Netherlands are near the water so actually, their country is below sea level so they have built dikes to hold back the water. And they have built some of their windmills into watermills

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    over Europe. The meaning of the term xenophobia is “fear of ‘foreign’ people which is mostly expressed in views that see foreigners as invasive elements into an established society and cultural environment.” Jorge Jesus in his analysis about xenophobia in Europe wrote that “the new strain of xenophobia in Europe is based on simple misconceptions, and can be dealt with by clear communication both by the politicians and by the media.” He claims that the new strain of xenophobia in Europe is based

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    “Western Europe” is a term that was used to describe a region where many countries, such as Britain, France and Germany, which joined after World Wars, shared the same history. In another perspective, it was also sometimes referring to a region where countries shared the same value: capitalism and democracy. Throughout the history, because of difference events, the position of Western Europe in the world has also changed. Before 1914, due to the rapid development of the Enlightenment ideas and the

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