Midterm: Political Equality, Booker T. Washington and Du Bois

Plessy vs. Ferguson (1896) In 1890, the state of Louisiana passed a law calling for people of black and white races to use different railway coaches within the state. The committee of citizens with the help of Plessy challenged this racial segregati...
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The Rise of the Islamic State

Introduction Five years ago, the Islamic State did not exist. Now, the radical militant group has seized the territories of eastern Syria, north-western Iraq, small areas in Libya, Nigeria, and Afghanistan (What is “Islamic State”?, 2015). In Ju...
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The US Relations with Russia and China

Introduction Throughout the world history, there were different systems of international relations and the last transformation in this sphere was from the bilateral to multipolar world order. Nowadays, many countries claim being a superpower on the ...
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State Making in South Sudan

South Sudan is one of the youngest countries in the world and the newest state in Africa. Its formation came after the decades of the civil war in the quest for autonomy from the greater republic of Sudan. However, the journey to independence was not...
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