In china, however, Mongols acted as superiors to the Chinese, stripping them of any government positions and basically separating themselves from the Chinese. Because of this derision from the Mongols toward the Chinese, Mongols faced rebellion from the Chinese population that was uncontrollable. Eventually in 1368, the Mongol empire was taken over by rebel forces because of the hatred towards Mongol overlords and their unjust ruling. Leadership from the Mongols in china and the Middle East differed greatly and for Persia lead to beneficial for the empire while Mongol rule in china eventually lead to the decline of the
As the Mongols ravaged the plains of China, they needed to establish a new government to control the newly conquered people. The Mongols were distrustful of the Chinese governments and their Confucius ways, so they kicked the Chinese out of government and replaced them with Mongol rulers. In the Middle East however, the Mongols left the rulers and political system relatively unchanged except for establishing Mongol rulers in the highest positions of law. But Persian authorities still held smaller, less powerful positions. In general, the Mongols were much more relaxed in the governing of the Middle East.
With over a million Angolans killed and their development stunted, Angola’s political structure has been left broken, and their government is now weak and corrupt. The proxy war impacted the nations participating in the global fight between democracy and communism. While the war was a victory for democracy and affected the outcome of the Cold War, the civil war was very damaging to Angola itself. This is why many historians, along with myself, believe that the colonization of Angola was deleterious to Angola’s political structure and development. This can be seen in Angola’s transition from a relatively mighty kingdom, to a kingdom where the people were forced into labor by their settlers, to a country that became a battle field of a proxy war, and finally to a corrupt democracy.
Even with all these things that they did they managed to try to make those empires great again but under Mongol rule. It was seen when Kublai tried to implement some christianity into China showing that they were letting themselves be influenced by other cultures that were not their own. The Mongols also did not want the empires that they conquered to fall behind and become barbaric places. They did this by trading with people and peacefully bringin artisans and doctors from other places into the Mongol empire. They also helped the infrastructure of the empire so they would look the best that they could compared to other
Simón Bolívar: His Influence on the 19th century Venezuelan Revolutions Total Word Count: 1954 Simón Bolívar and Venezuelan Independence A. Plan of Investigation Why, and with what results, did Simón Bolívar play a role in the revolutionary movement of Venezuela in the early to mid-1800s? Venezuela, in the late 18th century and early 19th century, was an economic powerhouse as well as an intellectual hub for Latin America. By the time Simón Bolívar led his Admirable Campaign, the country no longer had a dependence on its Spanish colonizers, and independence was inevitable. In this research paper, I will attempt to connect the proceedings of the Venezuelan War of Independence to the famous revolutionary,
Historian Brian Landers stated in his book that "The Mongols brought terror to Europe on a scale not seen again until the twentieth century." Despite of their ruthless, the Mongol Empire did has positive impacts on the development of Europe in five different areas, namely political, economic, social, weapons advancement and spread of Christianity due to the Mongol exchange. First, in political aspects, some said the mongols have a negative impact on Europe , as they changed the political history of Europe, especially of Russia, because of their ruling in conquered countries. Genghis Khan used the psychological warfare, the terror tactics, to deal with the resistance: surrender or die. The Mongols usual policy was slaughtered and depopulated the entire cities that resisted, and
The Revolution however, “remained globally anonymous” says Knight. The goal was to drive out the president because they were unhappy with the was he was ruling, which they successfully did. At this time, many new forms of power and government were forming. This caused many revolts in the first place. Most of the Mexican people didn't like the way president Francisco Madero was ruling, and tried to drive him out.
The years 1975 and 1990 are especially useful for the investigation as they will display the main causes and the main effects that are related to the war. The causes and effects of the war are mainly political, socio-economic and religious. The main cause and spark of the Lebanese conflict was driven by political issues and complications within the government as well as the bordering countries’ complications. The Arab-Israeli conflict during 1970 to 1973 played a huge role in sparking the Lebanese conflict because the Israelis took control over the land which caused a huge influx of refugees to the surrounding countries, including Lebanon. Lebanon was home to more than 100,000 of the Muslim refugees and is still refuge to many to this day.
King James II made the situation worse by increasing religious tension and conflict. It should be understood that the Glorious Revolution was a well orchestrated elite coup d’état where William of Orange was invited to intervene by the establishment. The Whigs were a political faction and later a party that supported a constitutional monarchy and was against absolute rule. The Tories supported Stuart kings such as James II who aligned to Catholicism. The overthrow of King James II was supported by Whigs and most Tories.
Similar to the revolution that ever happened in Indonesian history, revolution has brought the consequences of post-revolutionary form of damages both in physical and mental. A revolution first broke the continuity of community life, with the consequences of improvised onset of new patterns of life that are not steady, and that raises doubts in a life without guidance. Another consequence is a neglect of economic infrastructures and economic life became chaotic. After the revolution, there are many other problems coming to the ground commonly called decolonization. In the decolonization process, the norms and the old rules were deemed feudal uprooted with the intent to be replaced with the new norms and and regulations, however, usually the original function of the suggestions to leave the old norms that become blurred where the old norms inroad itself becomes the primary goal, and the norms and regulations of new regulations is not nurtured and developed.