Bairam Khan, a member of Humayun’s nobility acted as protector for young Akbar. Bairam Khan fought many battles and conquered many kingdoms and extended the Mughal Empire and took complete control of important cities like Lahore, Delhi, Agra, Jaunpur, Multan, Malwa etc. After four years Akbar turned seventeen and chafed in rebellion against Bairam Khan’s stern authority which was supported by the nobility due to religious differences. In 1560 Akbar demanded Bairam Khan’s resignation as chief minister. After Bairam Khan, Akbar’s foster brother Adham Khan and Shihab-ud-din, a cousin exercised almost all political and fiscal powers for two years.
Some historians claim that there are as many as a hundred political and non-political interweaving reasons that led to the collapse of Roman Empire. One of the important political causes is the division of the Empire into two empires, the west (Latin) and the eastern (Greek, later known as the Byzantine empire) in 284 A.D. by Diocletian. This division was adopted to protect the over-expanding empire and to defend its borders against the Barbarian attacks. This was achieved initially as the two empires synchronized responsibilities and strengthened each. However, over successive years, there were religious and linguistic barriers that prevented further cooperation and inhibited any trials for re-union.
In the case of Thomas Jefferson, he and Hamilton had opposing views and both spent a lot of time trying to discredit the other, in the case of John Adams, Hamilton was afraid that he did not share his political views and did not want someone like that as president so he tried to sway the voting so that Adams would be vice president instead (Britannica 15). As previously stated, some conflicts would lead to a duel which is exactly what happened with Hamilton and Aaron
on the other hand saw a new precedence in the history of the West. The crowning of Charlemagne by Pope Leo II . Pope Leo III's election as the pope in 795 was contested by the aristocracy and he was imprisoned. His escape to Charlemagne set for a series of events in which the latter had to defend Pope Leo III. In the background of all of this, the Pope had offered suzerainty to Charlemagne, an offer too lucrative to be refused by the latter.
Their political views were very different and it, probably, cause problems in Germany’s foreign policy. Slowly Bismarck’s Realpolitik changed to Wilhelm’s II Weltpolitik. Weltpolitik included aggressive diplomacy, overseas colonies and the development of large navy. So his foreign policy with Great Britain, France, Russia wasn’t successful, also with Austria-Hungary. In general Kaiser Willhelm II’s foreign policy on these countries leaded to the First World War.
He conquered Punjab, Bijapur and many other states. However, Aurangzeb was not as tolerant as his father or grandfather. He could not tolerate other religions and in the process destroyed many of the Hindu temples. He also banned dancing, singing, and playing musical instruments in his empire. He was not open-minded and spend most of his time fighting against rebellions.
The 3rd Estate split away from the Estates General because their goals were being ignored. They wanted to form their own representative government. They went to the King’s Tennis Court and pledged an oath to stay until the King met their demand. They demanded an equal voice and a constitution that gave them power over their taxes, and property. The King was afraid of a National Assembly that only had 3rd estate members, so he forced the 1st and 2nd estate members to join the National Assembly.
Q2 the 'Glorious Revolution ' ensue when the people in England and Scotland were uncomfortable with the Catholic king James the second in the accusation that he would not allow them to participate in voting and other religious practices of their choices. They invited William III of Orange-Nassau, a protestant to take control of the kingdom and exiled James. To resolve the stalemate that followed, a law was set in place to establish a monarchy, which is still used today in England and Australia. Q3 The principle of precedence in Australia is binding among the judges who are required to make decisions based on the past judgments of a similar case. Sometimes, the past reasoning
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
During the Coronation Ceremony; Dhritrashtra’s younger brother Pandu was made the king with the high interfluence of Vidura(Dhritrashtra’s another younger brother). Shakuni felt that he was cheated and so he swore to himself that he would destroy the Kuru race. He sowed the seeds of the climactic battle during the adolescence of the Kauravas (Sons of Dhritarashtra) and the Pandavas (Sons of