There was no modern equality in Persia; the Achaemenid Empire was a hierarchy, with Persians unmistakably on top. Equality is important in every society for people to be happy, and the Achaemenid Empire was very unequal. Persians were superior to other people, which also goes against the ideals of acceptance and tolerance. This negatively impacted the world at the time, since people were treated unfairly. Additionally, Towards the end of the empire Xeres and other kings started doing more violent killings, and being more intolerant.
Being under total government control one minute, and not having a steady government the next must have really been challenging to the people of Burma. When looked at it, things are so different living in the United States because although true equality is still being fought for, it’s nothing compared to not having an unstable government. It may be thought the government is unstable because the party running the country is unfavored, but imagine being under Europe, then being broken
Machiavelli’s brutish method to win wars leads to the downfall of his own population which More evades. The population fluctuations create instability for the economy due to the inconsistency of citizens going to war. Moreover, the prince rules an empire which means that those who under in the prince’s rule must obey the fact that he wants to obtain more land: “destructor Cuello imperio . . .
They lacked organization, support, leadership, and left the British even more bitter towards them. Consequently, the British came up with a plan that only broke down the strength of the Indians even more. Britain promised the Indians a share in their government if the Indian soldiers helped fight their battles of seas against the Portuguese and some of the other European traders. However, more Indians were elected to the legislative council but the British made the struggle for independence even harder for the
The Fall of the Roman Empire is one of the most memorable setbacks of one of the greatest civilizations to ever exist. Many theories have been said as to the cause of the empire’s fall but, even today, there are still unanswered discussions on what the specific factors were. There are numerous of factors that contributed to the empire’s fall such as the effectiveness of their army, the health of its citizens, the strength of the economy, the capability of the successors, the continuous battle for power, religion and the regulation of their administration. The Fall of Rome was started with the decline in Western Roman Empire where the emperors failed to maintain their rule. The lost of power of the West let alone East was a great threat to the empire but the theme of the decline has been discussed and changed through a much bigger time frame from year 376.
They were there for the sole purpose of making money and therefore the laws that they put in place to govern the areas controlled were often not with the general populations well-being in mind. This led to widespread hatred of the British by the indigenous population. The Indians believed that one of the main goals of the occupiers was to Christianize Hindu and Muslim populations. This, and the heavy taxation imposed by the British East India Company, led to immense resentment and several uprisings of the locals during British Rule. After the Indian Mutiny of 1857 the British Government abolished both the Mughal Dynasty, which was the local Indian Government, and the East India Company.
The lousy leaders have poor character,in fact they lack any sort of integrity. The problem was that in medieval days you could not simply replace a king. People would have to wait out the king’s lifespan, and who knows what would happen to the welfare of the country during that time. The only way to replace a king was to completely overthrow him. A constant bloody change of power is essentially why the Wars of the Roses occured.
So due to this the following result was the politically instability of the empire. Thirdly he imposed a centralized state of government during his reign in the far areas which were not even in the proper control of Aurangzeb and Bahadur Shah I. Both of them couldn’t keep hold of their far flung places under control which resulted in making of more and more enemies who were already eager to attack the Mughals and so to stop there rule over the subcontinent and the present Afghanistan. There religious
These smaller countries amassed by the powers would then be referred to as colonies. Imperialism contributed to the start of the war as the contention between the powers grew thin due to the fact that there were not many locations/ countries in the world left to colonise, meaning that countries would be forced to compete for the existing colonies that remained in order to expand not only their influence and power but their empire as well. The decrease in colonies also meant that other countries would resort to expanding their borders with neighbouring powers which would no doubt also lead to war. An example of how Imperialism helped cause the war would be the Second Moroccan Crisis of 1911 when France sent their own troops into Morocco to assist the Sultan Government. Viewing this as a threat to Moroccan independence, Germany decided to send their very own SMS Panther, a German gunboat which arrived on July 1st at the port of Agadir.
Decayed Qing government locked itself up, refused the communication with outside, which made China arrogant until the Eight-Nation Alliance broke the door and invaded China. At that time, in western countries, China is cowardly but rich. The history and nation also can change the national characteristic thought different ways. It is incorrect to judge a nation’s culture and its characteristic with little