Geography

Our planet is extremely large with a diameter of 500k miles across. Its covered mostly with water and the remaining part being habitable land. Very early explorers tried to circumnavigate the globe so as to properly ,map it. Many unfortunately ended up paying with their own lives . When they failed to reach their destinations they were still hailed as heroes by the academic world

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A little trouble in a small Caribbean nation

A little trouble in a small Caribbean nation

Cuba was not the only troubled island nation in Latin America in the 1960s. Many countries experienced a shift toward the political left and were disrupted by a series of coups and assassinations, one of these nations is the Dominican republic. The Dominican dictator Rafael Trujillo, assassinated in 1961, was succeeded by Juan Bosch, the first […]

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The Puzzling policies of some small Caribbean Statesmen

The Puzzling policies of some small Caribbean Statesmen

In 1986 the 30-year reign of the Duvalier family ended when “President for Life” Jean-Claude Duvalier was forced into exile. The people of Haiti, the poorest country in the Western Hemisphere, hoped that they would soon have a democratic government. The military regime that  first took control of the government reluctantly allowed an election to

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The unprecedented changes in the Latino Community

The unprecedented changes in the Latino Community

Events in the last several decades have given rise to new political and social pressures in Latin American society. By the early 1990s, most of the countries of Latin America were moving toward constitutional government. Women are one emerging political force. The struggle for women’s right to vote began in Latin America around World War

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The frightening Storms brewing over Arabia after a terrible global conflict

The frightening Storms brewing over Arabia after a terrible global conflict

  British Withdrawal from the Middle East Like the French, the British also faced major challenges to their influence and position in the Middle East after World War II. During the war, Britain had stationed huge numbers of troops in Egypt to protect its interests. As in World War I, the British, supported by the

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Haven’t our Oceans already been depleted of fish due to large scale trawling?

Haven’t our Oceans already been depleted of fish due to large scale trawling?

Every single day large fishing ships scoop millions of fish out of the ocean floor. They do it so efficiently to such a point that there is not a single hatchling left behind. The only thing that the trawling ships leave behind on the reefs are the coral rocks, everything else that breathes is scooped

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Are there any extra-colorful versions of Arab Fashion?

Hollywood likes portraying Arabia as this backward region whereby the inhabitants don’t have any beautiful fashion, for instance a rich western tourist would land in an airport in an Arab country and be met with people who are dressed in a single type of clothe. All the men would be wearing white robes while all

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Something really tragic took out the beautiful giant lizards called the dinosaurs

Something really tragic took out the beautiful giant lizards called the dinosaurs

    Dinosaurs disappeared abruptly from the fossil record sixty five million years ago, within a time frame of less than two million years. their extinction marked the end of the Mesozoic era. Some animal groups however survived this mass extinction. there are many explanations to this tragedy which includes volcanoes and infectious diseases, the

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When Latin American Economies were auctioned off to the highest bidders

When Latin American Economies were auctioned off to the highest bidders

Foreign investors, particularly from Great Britain, owned many of the new railroads, ranches, plantations, and mines in Latin America. Foreign banks financed large-scale commercial agriculture. Central governments allowed foreign capital to enter their countries without much regulation in the hope that foreigners would develop the economy by establishing new businesses there. However, investors usually sent

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