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  1. Enclave
  2. -Relict
  3. Multinational state
  4. Decolonization
  5. Colonialism
  1. a country with two or more nationalities within its borders (e.g., US, Canada, Russia, Iran,...).
  2. b (modern) The attempt by a country to establish settlements and impose political and economic control and principles. Often associated with the European movement beginning in the 16th c., which created unequal cultural and economic relations; also led to massive depopulation due to the spread of disease and through conquest.
  3. c Decolonization is the movement of American/European/Asian colonies gaining independence (mostly beginning after the post-WWII era). Some were peaceful struggles while others became violent.
  4. d has ceased to function, but its imprint can still be detected on the cultural landscape (e.g., North/South Vietnam, East/West Berlin)
  5. e a small and relatively homogeneous group or region surrounded by a larger and different group or region (e.g., Nagorno-Karabagh (part of Armenia surrounded by Azerbaijan), West Berlin during the Cold War,...); or wholly lying within the boundaries of another country (Lesotho). Not the same thing as an ethnic enclave (e.g., Chinatowns, Little Italys, Little Havana (in Miami),...).

5 Multiple Choice Questions

  1. the communist and state-planned countries of the Soviet Union, Eastern Europe, and China (Cold War)
  2. a state whose population possesses a substantial degree of cultural homogeneity and unity (e.g., Japan, Portugal, Venezuela, Armenia, Iceland, ...).
  3. a.k.a. attenuated (e.g., Chile, Vietnam,...)
  4. nation that transcends the borders of two or more states (e.g., Kurds (Kurdistan), The Koreas,...).
  5. a state whose government is either believed to be divinely guided or a state under the control of a group of religious leaders (e.g., Iran, Saudi Arabia, Vatican City (Holy See)).

5 True/False Questions

  1. Law of the seaAfrikaans for "apartness"; it was the segregation of blacks, coloreds, Asians, and Whites in South Africa from 1948 to 1994. It was created to keep the white minority in power and allow them to have almost total control over the black majority (~90% of the total population).

          

  2. -Antecedentexisted before the cultural landscape emerged (e.g., Malaysia/Indonesia)

          

  3. East/west divide(Brandt Line (1960s)) economic division between the wealthy countries of Europe, North America, Japan, and Australia, and the generally poorer countries of Asia, Africa, and Latin America.

          

  4. North/south dividegeographic separation between the largely democratic and free-market states of Western Europe and the Americas from the communist and socialist countries of Eastern Europe and Asia.

          

  5. Electoral regionsDecolonization is the movement of American/European/Asian colonies gaining independence (mostly beginning after the post-WWII era). Some were peaceful struggles while others became violent.

          

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