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Short Answer Question E. Group Leaders: Jerreka Evans and Chris Jones. Question E. Describe the changes in the world order that occurred with the end of the Cold War. Why was there great hope for this era and why was fulfillment of that hope problematic?.

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short answer question e

Short Answer Question E

Group Leaders: Jerreka Evans and Chris Jones

question e
Question E

Describe the changes in the world order that occurred with the end of the Cold War. Why was there great hope for this era and why was fulfillment of that hope problematic?

changes in the world that occurred with the end of cold war
Changes in the world that occurred with the end of Cold War

The Soviet Union collapsed

US became the only superpower

The Bipolar World Ended

There were several humanitarian crises

why was there great hope for this era and why was fulfillment of that hope problematic
Why was there great hope for this era and why was fulfillment of that hope problematic?
  • World would’ve been in great danger with two superpowers
  • Cooperative international efforts
  • New threats occurred in the post Cold War world.
answer
Answer

There were several changes that affected the world order at the end of the cold war. The US was spending at levels the USSR was finding it difficult to match, the Soviets were having their own internal problems with Afghanistan. The Soviet economy and those of its eastern and central European satellites were in serious trouble. After the collapse of the Soviet Union, the US became the only super power. The new world came into effect as a result of the End of the Bipolar world. Another change that affected this era was the coming down of the Berlin wall. There was great hope for this era because there weren’t two superpowers trying to defeat one another. With two superpowers the world would’ve been in great danger because of the opposing forces toward each other. The fear of another World War cease because of the fact that there was only one superpower. The fulfillment of this great hope was problematic because the superpower felt as if they were untouchable. Although they were well respected, US caused problems because they felt they could do and get away with anything.

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Define Capitalism.Explain the difference between Smith & Keynes’ approach to capitalism. What’s new about the New Deal?

By:

Denotra Logan

&

Timithia Taylor

capitalism or money
Capitalism or “money”….

the Enlightment ideas led to capitalism.

originated in modern Europe, in which parties make their goods and services available on a free market.

is all about the advancement and production of money and doesn’t want government intervention.

led to socialism societies and different approaches

adam smith
Adam Smith….

focused on economics and believed in a free enterprise system

he believed that supply &demand determines what happens in the market place

but did not believe in government intervention

john keynes
John Keynes…

took a different approach and urged the government to take a very active role in society.

Wanted them to stimulate the economy by increasing money supply, thereby lowering interests rates & encouraging investments.

Believed the main cause of the Great Depression was not because of excessive supply but inadequate demand.

the new deal
The “New” Deal…

was a resolution the tangled financial system and weakened agricultural.

President Roosevelt implemented this to build the economy

the federal government would now intervene to protect society & economic welfare for the people .

this would create jobs, increase military funding, & coordinate public works projects

short answer a

Short Answer A

Kane Howell and Sarah Mordica

differences between the shia and sunni
Differences between the Shia and Sunni

Ever since the origins of Islam, the Sunnis and Shiites have had many differences and have dominated different regions. The Shia make up 15% of all Muslims and the Sunni make up 85% of all Muslims. The Shia believe that Islam's leader should be a descendant of Mohammad but the Sunni believe their leaders should be chosen through consensus, which is an agreement made among the people. Another difference between the Shia and Sunni Moslems is that the Shia believe that qualified religious leaders have the authority to interpret the Islamic law but the Sunni believe that the Islamic law was codified and closed in the 10th century and they are very conservative and strict.

regions historically dominated
Regions historically dominated

The Ottoman Empire, which is present day Turkey and has a population of 80% Sunni Moslems, was dominated by the Sunni Moslems. It is also present day Iraq which has a population of 60-65% Shia and 32-37% Sunni but the Sunni dominated the government and economy because of Saddam Hussein. The Ottoman Empire was started and ruled by the Sunni, which began with Osman Bey, then Mehmed II ruled and conquered the Byzantine Empire, and Suleyman the Magnificent reigned and continued the expansion of the Ottoman Empire.

regions historically dominated continued
Regions historically dominated continued

The Safavid Empire, which is present day Iran and has a population of 89% Shia Moslems, was dominated by the Shia. The Safavid Empire was founded by Shah Ismail, who took control of Iran. As a result of these differences between the Sunni and Shia, many conflicts have broken out, including the Iran-Iraq war and the invasion of the Safavid Empire by the Ottomans.

cold war
Cold War

Conflict between democratic and communist nations following WWII.

Major powers US and Russia

Never directly fought but had many other indirect conflicts

Conflicts include: Korean War, Cuban Missile Crisis, Vietnam War

korean war
Korean War

Struggle between communist North Korea and Democratic South Korea

North Korea attacked South Korea

UN authorized military assistance to South Korea

War ended with armistice and each remained under original control

cuban missile crisis
Cuban Missile Crisis

Following embarrassing defeat of US invasion at Bay of pigs Cuba asked Russia for support

Russia put missiles in Cuba aimed to US

President Kennedy called for a naval quarantine and demanded removal of the missiles

Soviets agreed to remove missiles

This was a major cold war victory for the US

vietnam war
Vietnam War

Struggle between communist North Vietnam and democratic South Vietnam

US feared if Vietnam fell to communism all other Southeast Asian nations would fall (Domino Theory)

Failed attempts in Vietnam hurt American morale

summary
Summary

The Cold War was a period of tensions between communist and democratic nations following WWII. Although the Cold war was not a full scale war there were many smaller conflicts such as the Korean War, Cuban Missile Crisis, and Vietnam War that contributed to the overall competition. The Korean War was a struggle between communist North Korea and Democratic South Korea in which the US assisted South Korea in their efforts to fight off Communist rule. The war ended with and armistice allowing both areas to remain under their original control . The Cuban Missile Crisis arose after an unsuccessful invasion of Cuba at the Bay of Pigs by the US. Although the Russian initially aided Cuba by supplying missiles aimed at the US, they withdrew the missiles after a naval quarantine issued by the US. The Vietnam War also involved a conflict between northern communist and southern democrats. The US supported South Vietnam for fear of the domino effect of communism in southeast Asia. However, US efforts were unsuccessful and wounded American morale toward military intervention. All of these conflicts arose in an effort to make either communism or democracy the major political influence in the world. The US was successful in containing communism without causing another world war. With the collapse of the Soviet empire the US emerged as the only large power in the world and more cooperative relations developed among nations.

overview
Overview

Motivations

Technology

Nations

Significance

motivations
Motivations

Economic

Political

Cultural

technology
Technology
  • Transportation
    • i.e. Steamships
  • Communication
nations
Nations
  • European Nations
    • Opium War
  • Japan
    • Russo Japanese war
  • United States
    • Spanish American War
significance
Significance

Globalization

Wars

significance continued example
Significance Continued…Example

Imperialism is the policy of extending the rule of a nation over foreign countries. It was implemented through trade, investment, and business activities that enabled imperial powers to profit from subdued societies. Motives for imperialism were economic, political, and cultural. Advancements in transportation such as steamships, communications, and warfare technology aided countries exert their influence on other countries. Combined with their own spurring motivations, imperialism was spread quickly throughout the world. The European colonization of Africa, Japan’s domination of China, and the U.S.’s control over its natural borders are all examples of imperialism. Through this trend, the increasing interconnectedness of the world and globalization were made possible.

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Summary

Motivations

Technology

Nations

Significance