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Global Regents Review Packet (Pg. 24-31)
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Religious wars and Fragmentation
What was the effect of the Protestant Reformation?
The French Revolution inspired revolutions in what other regions?
A governmental system the emerged throughout Western Europe after the fall of Rome
An economic system which transactions between private parties are free from government interference such as regulations, privileges, tariffs, and subsidies
Imperialism and Trade
Two ways Japan has sought to compensate for its lack of raw materials and resources throughout history
Militarism, Alliances, Nationalism, Imperialism, Assassination (M.A.N.I.A)
What were the MAIN causes for WWI?
The time period associated with humanism
Containment, Balance of Power, Legitimacy, Turn back the clocks
What was the goal of the Congress of Vienna/Metternich/Reactionism?
Rapid Industrialization, Political shift of power, Imperialism, Militarism
What was the effect of the Meiji Restoration?
Stabilize prices in the oil Market
What is the goal of OPEC?
The Byzantine Empire
What empire, made up the eastern half of the Roman Empire, retained Greco-Roman culture and influenced Russian language, art, religion and architecture?
What event pulled Western Europe out of the feudal period and increase trade with the Middle East?
Established a framework for a historic peace treaty concluded between Israel and Egypt in March 1979
What is the significance of the Camp David Accords?
The Protestant Reformation
What event shattered religious unity in Europe?
1. All life is suffering
2. Suffering is caused by desire for things that are illusions
3. The way to eliminate suffering is to eliminate desire
4. Following the eight fold path will help people overcome desire
What are the Four Noble Truths?
1. The support from peasants
2. Japanese Invasion
3. Red Army courtesy vs. Scorched earth policy
What was the largest factor in Mao's success over the Nationalists?
The Nuremburg Trials were held after what event?
Good, Bad, Ugly
List three words that would indicate someone is voicing an opinion
Natural Resources and New Markets
What two things do imperial powers look for in colonies?
What do Peter, Meiji, Catherine, Ataturk, and the Shah all have in common?
Economic reforms that mix central planning with free market policies
What do perestroika, Lenin's New Economic Policy and Deng Xiaoping's economic reforms have in common?
What were the students calling for in Tiananmen Square in 1989?
Japan and China
Korea serves as a land bridge between which two nations allowing for cultural diffusion between the two
A literal and organalist interpretation of the primary sources of Islam
What does Islamic fundamentalism mean?
Desires for things that are illusions
According to Buddhist philosophy, what is the source of all suffering?
Peace, Land, Bread
What three things did Lenin promise the people of Russia in 1917?
the Shah was corrupt and repressive. Khomeini wanted to overthrow because he believed Islam should govern country not American Puppet
Why was the Shah overthrown by Ayatollah Khomeini?
Faith, Prayer, Alms, Fasting, Pilgrimage (fpAfp)
What are the Five Pillars of Islam [wisdom]?
Depression and weak Weimark Republic
What was the situation in Germany that allowed for the rise of Hitler?
Establishment of a Jewish State in Palestine
What do Zionists want?
Working class; Marx believed would unite against capitalist class
To rid a region of an unwanted influence; Stalin did this to enemies
Economic system in which the government makes all production decisions; communist nations have this system
Granting concession to an aggressor to preserve peace; used in Munich with Hitler
an alliance built for the purpose of building mutual defense; NATO and Warsaw Pact are examples
A foreign policy during the Cold War in which developing nations did not takes sides either with the US or the USSR; India used this policy
US Cold War policy aimed at stopping the spread of communism
Free Market Economy
An economic system based in which consumers control production levels; limited levels of this economic system were introduced in the Soviet Union and in China
A non-violent approach used to achieve political objectives; Gandhi used this approach
Genocide of a particular group; the Serb policy towards Muslims in Bosnia
Easter European countries under political influence of the Soviet Union
the political and economic control over another region or country
Congress of Vienna
An effort to returns monarch to the throne and a balance of power to Europe after the defeat of Napoleon
consolidated farms often using forced peasant labor, Mao and Stalin both used these
Hostility and discrimination towards Jews; these ideas allowed for the Holocaust to happen
the event led by Mao Zedong during which communist forces fled Nationalist forces; this event secured the peasants' support of Mao
5 Year Plan
Stalin's plan to increase heavy industry by setting unreachable quotas for production
A conflict between Britain and China resulting in unfair treaties for the Chinese including one in which Britain was granted Hong Kong
a political system based on an absolute leader, militarism, excessive nationalism and the use of terror
Eastern Orthodoxy, mosaics, Constantinople
Land and labor system in Latin America, European rule
South Africa, ends in 1990, Mandela
Euro, Common market, free trade
Reason, natural law, democracy
Lords, land, manorialism
Openness, Gorbachev, end of communism in Eastern Europe
Iron curtain, Soviet satellite nations, tensions with US
Balfour Declaration, Palestine, movement to create a Jewish Homeland
Chinese Communist Revolution
Long march, Mao, 1949, peasants
Hindu soldiers, put down by British army, animal grease on guns
Ho Chi Minh, 17 parallel, communist, US loses
1989, Deng Xiaoping, democratic reforms crushed
Scramble for Africa, 1884, disregard for natives
Kennedy failed, Castro, Cold War tensions
Reign of Terror, Robespierre, 1789, estates
Child labor, communism, factory system, Britain
Anti-Semitism, Poland, Hitler
Martin Luther, shatters religious unity in Europe
North Atlantic Slave Trade
Seeds of bitterness, encomienda system, Middle Passage
Mecca, Five Pillars of Wisdom, Middle East
permanent settlements, farming, domestication of animals
in Cuba in 1959?
Start of WWII
In Poland in 1939
Fall of Communism
In Eastern Europe in 1990?
in Japan in 1945
in Southeast Asia during the 1930s
in Kuwait in 1990?
in France in 1789?
in India in 1947?
in Africa, Southeast Asia and India after WWII?
In Iran in 1979?
in Europe in 1914?
with the world economies in the 1930s?
Treaty of Versailles
in Versailles in 1919?
Break up of Yugoslavia
in Yugoslavia in 1992?
Berlin Wall fell
in Germany in 1989?
End of Apartheid
in South Africa in 1994?
in England in 1215?
in Rwanda in 1994?
Afghan Civil War
in Afghanistan in 1992?
in Russia in 1917?
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