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Inequality-in-Egypt
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Inequality in Egypt

Inequality in Contemporary Egypt and Suggestions How to Solve the Problem Based on the Works of Karl Marx and Frantz Fanon Violence, disorders, and revolution in Egypt are provoked by fundamental social inequality. This aspect of social relations has long existed and has been deeply rooted in the historical and cultural development of Egypt. The […] Read more >>

05.02.2020
Modernization in Europe
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Modernizarion in Europe

The European Modernization Society Trying on ‘Modernized’ Outfits The 18th century is an epoch of considerable changes in the public consciousness as well as in social, economic, and political life. In fact, it defined the way nations launched the restoration process. Such a global transference considered to be modernization. Krishan Kumar mentions that ‘historically, the […] Read more >>

04.02.2020
Brexit and Social Media
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Brexit and Social Media

The Effect of Brexit and Social Media on International Trade and the Global Financial Market Brexit Introduction International finance is one of the key indicators of effective international trade. Therefore, the lack of trade finance can create a critical barrier to trading activities worldwide. It is notable that a financial crisis, such as the recent […] Read more >>

03.02.2020
Cultural-Conflicts-in-Kashmir
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Cultural Conflicts in Kashmir

Introduction Cultural and religious beliefs influence many aspects related to the governance of society and are often key to the development of political movements. Many researchers consider culture and religion to be integral and inseparable components. There are many definitions of religion concerning political and social matters. First, religion has the ability to undermine or […] Read more >>

09.01.2020
Should-the-Syrian-Refugees-Still-Be-Welcomed-to-U.-S.-despite-the-Attack-in-Paris
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Should the Syrian Refugees Still Be Welcomed to U. S. despite the Attack in Paris?

Terrorism has become one of the gravest global problems of the 21st century, beginning with the attacks on 11 September 2001. Today, another problem for many countries, both Western and Eastern, is the issue of resettlement of refugees from the countries in the war and persecution. Due to the civil war of jihad, millions of […] Read more >>

09.01.2020
Achievements-and-Role-of-the-UNHCR-Since-1990
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Achievements and Role of the UNHCR Since 1990

Role of the UNHCR Currently, the international community is extremely worried about the increasing problem of refugees, illegal migration, and asylum-seeking, which are evident all over the world and have reached unprecedented proportions in the European Union. Refugees from war-torn countries like Syria flee from poverty, violence, repercussions, and death, while thousands of others seek […] Read more >>

28.11.2019
Landscape-Painting-as-an-Expression-of-American-Patriotism (19th-century)
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Landscape Painting as an Expression of American Patriotism and Values in the Middle of the 19th Century

Art reflects the processes that take place in society. In the 19th century, American society lived in an optimistic mode concerning the role of America in world history and understanding of its higher fate. A cultural context researched by a number of scholars reveals a national idea and ardent religiousness behind the landscape paintings of […] Read more >>

07.11.2019
Obama's-foreign-policy
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Obama’s Foreign Policy: Continuity or Change?

Abstract The worsening of the international situation is distinguished by the increase of the terrorist activities, destabilization processes in the Middle East, and the Russian aggression towards the European countries and has an impact on the US position in the world. In addition, US President Barack Obama failed to introduce a foreign policy that would […] Read more >>

17.10.2019
Historical-Question-Answers-(religions,-wars,-revolutions-etc-etc)
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Historical Questions-Answers

1) In what ways was Christianity shaped by Judaism, Greek philosophy, Rome and Eastern mystery religions? Christianity started with Jesus of Nazareth who was a Jewish prophet and also a teacher who came to be believed as the son of God. Jesus taught in Israel during the time of Augustus urging for purification of the […] Read more >>

17.10.2019
Psychogenic Non Epileptic Seizures
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Psychogenic Non-Epileptic Seizures

Psychogenic non-epileptic seizures, also known as PNES, are common events with physicians providing primary care and emergency medicine, pediatricians, as well as neurologists. The continued variability in the evaluation, diagnosis, and treatment of the seizures has raised much interest. Therefore, the process of current work writing was negatively influenced by the lack of proper knowledge […] Read more >>

23.08.2019