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AP World History Final Project

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The Story of the World
By Ana Starks
First Civilizations (8000 B.C.E-600 B.C.E)
North America:
Classical Civilizations (8000 B.C.E.-600 B.C.E)
South America:
First Civilizations (8000 B.C.E.-600 B.C.E.)
North Africa
West Europe
S-
P- Olmec, theocracy
I- Irrigation systems, domesticated animals (dogs), roads, Ice Age
C- Polytheistic, rituals, statue heads, rubber ball game, temples, shamsnism
E- Slash and burn, Agricultural Revolution, foraging, maize
Classical (600 B.C.E.-600 C.E)
S- Patriarchy
P- Cahokia, Maya, Mound Builders, Teotihuacan, theocracy
I-"Plumb Bob", calendar
C-Polytheistic, rituals, rubber ball game
E- Trade with some Mesoamericans
Post Classical (600 C.E.-1450 C.E.)
S-Patriarchy, matriarchy
P- Aztec, Mound Builders, Iroquois, Triple Alliance
I-Medicine
C-Sacrifice, rubber ball game, Polytheistic
E-Chinampa, chocolate, American Web
Early Modern (1450 C.E.-1750 C.E.)
S- Patriarchy, Matriarchy , Creoles , indentured servitude, slaves, mesitzo
P- Aztec, Iroquois, colonies, conquistadores
I- Smallpox, pistols, African Diaspora, The Great Dying
C- Polytheistic, Christianity, Enlightenment, Scientific Revolution, churches, deforestation
E- Colombian Exchange, triangle trade, Atlantic Slave Trade, repartimiento, fur trade, slaves (on plantations), plantations
Modern(1750 C.E.-1914 C.E.)
S- Patriarchy, slaves, racism, Social Darwinism, middle class, feminism
P- Abolition, American Declaration of Independence, constitution, imperialism, American Revolution, Spanish American Revolution, nationalism, Haitian Revolution, Bolivar's Jamaican Letter, emancipation of slaves, women's suffrage, Monroe Docterine, Chinese exclusion acts, Mexican Revution
I- Immigration, Panama Canal, Westward expansion, deforestation
C- Christianity, Enlightenment, Voodoo
E- Steam Engine, production of raw materials (cotton, sugar), plantations, fur trade, slaves (on plantations), stock market, industrialization
Contemporary (1914 C.E.- Present)
S- Patriarchy, segregation, feminism, racism
P- Cold War, Draft, New Deal, NATO, Proxy Wars, Terrorism , Cuban Missile Crisis, Mutually Assured Destruction, Ani-Nuclear Movement, World War I, World War II, Cuban Revolution, Communism, Quebecois separatist movement, Vietnamization Policy, Mexican Revolution
I- Spanish Flu, Global Warming, Earth Day, nuclear weapons, Arms Race, Space Race, birth control, deforestation
C- Christianity, Islam, Hinduism, Judaism, Buddhism, fundamentalism
E- Great Depression, Free Trade, World Trade Organization, NAFTA, Capitalism
S- Slavery
P- Theocracy, Norte Chico, Chavin, city states
I- Domesticated animals (llamas), deity, fishing nets, irrigation systems,
C- Pyramids, polytheistic, Quipu
E- Agricultural Revolution, forgaging, maize
Classical (600 B.C.E- 600 C.E.)
S- Patriarchy, income based classes
P- Chavin, Moche, theocracy
I- Metallurgy, urbanization, pottery
C- Polytheistic, shamanism
E- Terraced fields, llama, alpacha , obsidian, jade
Post Classical (600 C.E.-1450 C.E.)
S- Patriarchy, mallku
P- Inca, Suyu, Sapa Inca, ayllu
I- Metallurgy, pottery
C- Calender, polytheistic, quipu, animism
E- Mit'a, terrace, chinampas
Early Modern (1450 C.E.- 1750 C.E.)
S- Patriarchy, slaves, mulatto, penisulares, creoles
P- Inca, Incan Civil War, encomienda, conquistadores, colonization
I- Small Pox, deforestation, pottery
C- Christianity, polytheistic, Enlightenment
E- Atlantic Slave Trade, Colombian Exchange, silver mines, plantations, trigangular trade
Modern (1750 C.E.- 1914 C.E.)
S- Patriarchy
P- Spanish American Wars, Thousand Day's War, Caudillo, Monroe Docterine, abolition of slavery
I- Deforestation
C- Christianity, Enlightenment
E- Capitalism, exploitation, silver mines, steam engine, imperialism, capitalism, industrialization
Contemporary (1914 C.E.- Present)
S- Patriarch, feminism
P-WWI, WWII, Cold War, Proxy, Women's Suffrage, Third World, Great Depression, shantytowns
I- Deforestation, Global Warming, Earth Day, Medical innovations
C- Christianity, Islam
E- Great Depression, Free Trade, Capitalism
Oceania
First Civilizations (8000 B.C.E- 600 B.C.E)
S-
P- Lapita Peoples, Polynesians
I- Deforestation, pottery, Austronesian migrations
C- Polytheism, animism
E- Foraging, Agricultural Revolution
Classical (600 B.C.E- 600 C.E.)
S-
P- Kingdoms
I- Deforestation, Austronesian migrations
C- Pottery, polytheism, animism
E- Foraging
Post Classical (600 C.E.-1450 C.E.)
S-
P- Tu'i Tonga Empire
I- Domesticated animals (pigs)
C- Moai
E- Fishing
Early Modern (1450 C.E.-1750 C.E.)
S- Patriarchy
P- Tu'i Tonga Empire
I- Canoe, some European exploration
C- Polytheism, animism
E- Fishing
Modern (1750 C.E.-1914 C.E.)
S- Pariarchy
P- Colonization, White Australia Policy, Independence
I- Gold rush, Maoris
C- Christianity
E-Rum, fishing, foraging
Contemporary (1914-Present)
S- Patriarchy, feminism
P- Colonization, WWI, WWII, White Australia Policy, British Commonwealth
I- Nuclear testing, global warming, Earth Day, birth control
C- Christianity, Atheism, polytheism
E- Free Trade, capitalism, tourism
Southeast Asia
First Civilizations (8000 B.C.E-600 B.C.E.)
S-
P- Van Lang, Kingdom of Funan
I- Metallurgy, domesticated animals (ducks), irrigation, canoes, pottery
C- Animism, polytheism
E- Rice patties, feudalism, Agricultural Revolution
Classical (600 B.C.E.-600 C.E.)
S- Patriarchy
P- Van Lang, Trung Sisters, Tribute System
I- Urbanization
C- Buddhism, animism, Confucianism, Bodhisattva, Daoism, Chu Nom, Hinduism
E- Tribute System, Indian Ocean Trade, rice patties
Post Classical (600 C.E.-1450 C.E.)
S- Patriarchy, merchant class
P- Ava, Later Le Dynasty, Malacca, Ayutthaya, examination system, bureaucracy, Son of Heaven, kingdom of Srivijaya
I- Urbanization, monsoon winds
C- Islam, Buddhism, Confucianism, Daoism, Son of Heaven, Chu Nom, Islam
E- Indian Ocean Trade, rice patties, fishing
Early Modern (1450 C.E.-1750 C.E.)
S- Patriarchy
P- Ava, Later Le Dynasty, Ayutthaya, Malacca, Mac Dynasty, East India Companies, imperialism
I- Urbanization, moonson winds
C- Christianity, Islam, Buddhism, Confucianism, Daoism, Hindusim
E- Manilla Galleon, rice patties
Modern (1750 C.E.-1914 C.E.)
S- Patriarchy
P-Bodawpaya, Rama I, Gia Long, Tay Son Rebellion, imperialsm, Angle-Burmese Wars, Ngyen Dynasty, imperialism
I- Urbanization, workers moved to Hawii, monsoon winds
C- Christianity, Islam, Buddhism, Confucianism, Daoism
E- Rice patties, Indian Ocean trade
Contemporary (1914 C.E.-Present)
S- Patriarchy, feminism
P- Japanese occupation, Vietnam War, Cambodian Genocide, communism, Guerrilla Warfare, independence, capitalism, Khmer Rouge, military dictatorship, colonization
I- Monsoon Winds, Global Warming, malaria
C- Christianity, Buddhism, Islam, Daoism, Cao Dai
E- Free Trade, capitalism
Sub-Saharan Africa
First Civilizations (8000 B.C.E.-600 B.C.E.)
S-
P- Regional kingdoms, tribes
I- Bantu migrations
C- Polytheism, animism
E- Foraging, Agricultural Revoltuion, hunting and gathering
Classical (600 B.C.E.-600 C.E.)
S- Slaves
P- Batwa people, chiefdom
I- Bantu migrations, hunting and gathering, malaria, metallurgy, animal domestication (sheep and cattle)
C- Sacrifice, polytheistic, monotheistic, animism, christianity
E- Trans-Saharan Trade, camels, foraging, ivory trade
Post Classical (600 C.E.-1450 C.E.)
S- Patriarchy, merchant class, slaves, griot
P- Swahili Civilization, Great Zimbabwe, stateless societies
I- Camels
C- Islam, polytheism
E- Indian Ocean Trade, Trans-Saharan Trade
Early Modern (1450 C.E.-1750 C.E.)
S- Patriarchy, slaves, merchant class
P- Settler colony, chiefdoms, dynasty, Cape Colony
I- Camels, paper, fishnets
C- Islam, Christianity, polytheistic
E- Atlantic Slave Trade, Trans-Saharan Trade, Indian Ocean Trade
Modern (1750 C.E.-1914 C.E.)
S- Patriarchy, racism
P- Leopold, Boer Wars, colonization, Westernizing, imperialism, Berlin Conference, colonial tribalism
I- Great Trek, works moved around for work by Europeans, urbanization
C- Islam, polytheistic, Africanization of Christianity, Christianity, missionaries, Westernizing
E- Forced labor, gold, diamonds
Contemporary (1914 C.E-Present)
S- Apartheid, patriarchy, racism, feminism
P-Nationalism, African National Congress, Proxy Wars, military dictatorship,WWI, WWII. third world, Alliance for a Green Revolution in Africa (AGRA)Green Belt, Biafra Secessionist Movement
I- Sleeping Sickness, famine, nationalism, AIDS
C- Islam, Christianity, Polytheism, nationalism
E-Diamond mines, capitalism, oil
S- Egalitarian, noble families
P- Egypt, Nubia, pharaoh, taxes, justice system, city-states, Phoenicians
I- Domesticated animals (cattle, pigs, geese), famine, medicine, ships, irrigation, Malaria
C- Polytheism, hieroglyphics, pyramids, Great Sphinx
E- Farmers, Mediterranean Trade, Agricultural Revolution
Classical (600 B.C.E.-600 C.E.)
S- Patriarchy
P- Egypt, Hellenism, Achaemenid Empire, Roman Empire, Punic Wars, Kingdom of Axum
I- Malaria, urbanization, Mansa Musa's pilgramage
C- Polytheism, Christianity, Rosetta Stone
E- Mediterranean trade, Indian Ocean trade, Trans-Saharan Trade
Post Classical (600 C.E.-1450 C.E.)
S- Patriarchy, slaves
P- Fatimid Caliphate, Jizya, Timbuktu, Ghana Empire, Mali Empire, kingdom of Benin, Ottoman Empire
I- Malaria, Black Death
C- Polythesim, Christianity, Islam, Jihad
E- Mediterranean trade, Indian Ocean trade, Trans-Saharan trade
Early Modern (1450 C.E.-1750 C.E.)
S- Patriarchy, slaves
P- Ottoman Empire, sultan, Muhammad Ali, Songhai, Kingdom of Benin, Kingdom of Dahomey
I- Metallurgy, African Diaspora, Urbanization
C- Islam, Christianity, Polytheism
E- Mediterranean trade, Indian Ocean trade, Trans-Saharan trade, Columbian Exchange
Modern (1750 C.E.-1914 C.E.)
S- Patriarchy
P- Berlin Conference, colonization, imperialism
I- Suez Canal, Malaria, urbanization
C- Christianity, Islam, Polytheism
E- Forced labor, exploitation, cotton, industrialization
Contemporary (1914-Present)
S-Patriarchy, feminism
P- Independence, colonization, 1919 Revolution, Anglo-Egyptian Treaty, third world, WWI, WWII, nationalism Kingdom of Egypt, capitalism, shantytowns , decolonization
I- Medicine, Malaria, global warming
C- Christianity, Islam, Polytheism, Nationalism
E-Export of raw materials, capitalism, OPEC, oil
Southwest Asia
First Civilizations (8000 B.C.E-600 B.C.E)
S- Patriarchy, slaves
P- Mesopotamia, Sumer, Ain Ghazai, city-states, Code of Hammurabi, cheifdom, Perisan Empire
I- Domesticated animals (goats, sheep), pastoralism, deforestation, urbanization
C- Statues, ziggurat, cuneiform, polytheism, Judaism
E- Agricultural Revoltion
Classical (600 B.C.E.-600 C.E.)
S- Patriarchy, slaves
P- Persian Empire, Sleucid Empire, Roman Empire, satraps, bureaucracy, taxes, Greco-Persian Wars, Muhammad
I- Deforestation, pastoralism, urbanization
C- Zoroastrianism, Judaism, polytheism, Islam
E- Silk Roads, Indian Ocean trade, Mediterranean trade
Post Classical (600 C.E.-1450 C.E.)
S- Patriarchy, slaves
P- Abbasid Caliphate, Illkhanate, Ottoman Empire, Safavid Empire, sultan, Crusades
I- Black Death, urbanization
C- Islam, Christianity, Judaism, sunni,shia'ite
E- Silk Roads, Indian Ocean trade, Mediterranean trade
Early Modern (1450 C.E.-1750 C.E.)
S- Patriarchy, slaves
P-Ottoman Empire, sultan
I- Urbanization
C- Judaism, Islam, Christianity, harem
E- Silk Roads, Indian Ocean trade, Mediterranean trade, slaves
Modern (1750 C.E.-1914 C.E.)
S- Patriarchy
P- Ottoman Empire ("Sick man of Europe"), sultan, Tanzimat Reforms, Young Turks, Wahhabi rebellion, extra-territoriality
I- Urbanization
C- Islam, Christianity, Judaism
E- Export of raw materials, attempt at industrilization
Contemporary (1914 C.E.-Present)
S- Patriarchy, feminism
P- Monarchy, theocracy, Iranian Revolution, Iraq War, Westernization, Capitalism, proxy wars, WWI, WWII, Persian Gulf War, terrorism, mandates
I- Suez Canal, Global Warming, urbanization
C- Nationalism, Islam, Christianity, Judaism
E- Capitalism, oil production , OPEC
Central Asia
First Civilizations (8000 B.C.E-600 B.C.E.)
S- Egalitarian
P- Tribes
I- Pastorialism, domestication of animals (horses), Indo-European migrations
C- Polytheism
E- Trade facilitation, Agricultural Revolution, foraging
Classical (600 B.C.E.-600 C.E.)
S- Egalitarian
P- Tribes
I- Saddles
C- Shamanism, polytheism
E- Silk Roads, patoralism, forgaing
Post Classical (600 C.E.-1450 C.E.)
S- Patriarchy
P- Chagati Khanate, Tibetan Empire
I- Black Death
C- Islam, Shamism
E- Silk Roads, moldboard plow, pastoralism
Early Modern (1450 C.E.-1750 C.E.)
S- Patriarchy, serfdom
P- Russian Empire
I- Pastorialism
C- Islam, Christianity
E- Serfdom
Modern (1750 C.E.-1914 C.E.)
S- Patriarchy, serfdom
P- Tsar, Russian Empire
I- Urbanization
C- Islam, Christianity
E- Serfdom, industialization, Trans-Siberian Railway
Contemporary (1914 C.E.-Present)
S- Patriarchy, feminism
P- USSR, Russian Revolution, WWI, WWII, Cold War, glasnost, arms race, space race, NED, communism
I- Nuclear weapons, global warming
C- Christianity, Islam
E- Capitalism, Five- Year Plans, perestoika
South Asia
First Civilizations (8000 B.C.E-600 C.E)
S- Patriarchy
P- Aryan invasions, Indus Valley Civilization, Harappa, Mohenjo-Daro
I- Sewer systems
C- Vedas, Sanskrit
E- Trade with Sumer, Agricultural Revolution
Classical (600 B.C.E.-600 C.E.)
S- Patriarchy, caste system, varna
P- Gupta Dynasty, Maurayn Dynasty
I- Inoculation
C- Hinduism, Buddhism, sati
E- Indian Ocean Trade, ivory
Post-Classical (600 C.E.- 1450 C.E.)
S- Patriarchy, caste system
P- Delhi Sultanate, Rule of Tamerlane, sultan
I- Concrete
C- Arabic Numerals, Islam, Hinduism, Buddhism
E- Indian Ocean trade, ivory
Early Modern (1450 C.E.-1750 C.E.)
S- Patriarchy, caste system
P- Mughal Dynasty, entry of British
I- Concrete
C- Taj Mahal, Hindusim, Buddhism, Islam
E- Indian Ocean trade, ivory
Modern (1750 C.E.-1914 C.E.)
S- Patriarchy, caste system, educated elite
P- British Empire, Sepoy Rebellion, Indian National Congress, Indian/Hindu tension, Muslim League
I- Urbanization
C- Islam, Buddhism, Hinduism, Christinanity
E- Indian Ocean trade, ivory
Contemporary (1914 C.E.-Present)
S- Patriarchy, caste system, feminism
P- WWI, WWII, laws against caste system, proxy wars, Al Qaeda, Osama bin Laden, Cold War, communism, terrorism
I- Green Revolution, Global Warming, Urbanization
C- Hinduism, Islam, Buddhism, Christianity
E- Ivory, oil, Capitalism
East Asia
First Civilizations (8000 B.C.E.-600 B.C.E.)
S- Patriarchy
P- Shang Dynasty, Zhou Dynasty, Mandate of Heaven, Era of Warring States
I- Ice Age, metallurgy, urbanization, irrigation
C- Oracle Bones, polytheism
E- Rice, millet, Agricultural Revolution
Classical (600 B.C.E.-600 C.E.)
S- Patriarchy, merchant class, peaasants
P- Qin Dynasty, Han Dynasty, Sui Dynasty, Mandate of Heaven, Civil Service Exam, Tribute System, Yellow Turban Rebellio , bureaucracy
I- Urbanization
C- Great Wall of China, Confucianism, Daoism, Chinese philosophy
E- Silk Roads, peasants (agriculture)
Post Classical (600 C.E.-1450 C.E.)
S- Patriarchy , Daimyo, peasants
P- Tang Dynasty, Song Dynasty, Yuan Dynasty, Ming Dynasty, Japanese Shogunate, Zeng He expidition, bureaucracy, fuedalism
I- Gunpowder, Grand Canal, Black Death, Urbanization, arrival of Jesuits
C- Foot binding, Confucianism, Buddhism, Daoism, Shintoism, kow tow
E- Flying money, Silk Road, peasants (agriculture)
Early Modern (1450 C.E.-1750 C.E.)
S- Patriarchy
P- Ming Dynasty, Qing Dynasty, Tokugawa Shogunate, feudalism
I- Urbanization
C- Foot binding, Neo-Confuncianism, Confucianism, Christianity, Buddhism
E- Japanese trade with the Dutch, Manila Galleons, silver
Modern (1750 C.E.-1914 C.E.)
S- Patriarchy
P- Quing Dynasty, Meji Restoration, Opium War, Taiping Rebellion, Boxer Rebellion, Self Strengthening Movement, imperialism, biameral parliament, Chinese exclusion act
I- Urbanization
C- Chritianitry, Buddhism, Daoism, Shintoism
E- Zaibastu
Contemporary (1914 C.E.-Present)
S- Patriarchy, feminism
P- Quing Dynasty, Mao Zedong, People's Republic of China, communism, WWI, WWII, Korean War, Chinese one-child policy, foot binding outlawed, Chinese Revolution
I- Famine, global warming, pollution, overpopulation
C- Christinaity, Buddhism, Daoism, Shintoism
E- Capitalism, free trade
East Europe
First Civilizations (8000 B.C.E.-600 B.C.E.)
S- Patriachy
P- Villages, Greek city states
I- Metallurgy, Indo-European migrations, domesticated animals (cows, chickens)
C- Polytheism, Olympics
E- Foraging, cereal agriculture, Agricultural Revolution
Classical (600 B.C.E.-600 C.E.)
S- Patriarchy
P- Roman Empire, Byzantine Empire, Code of Justinian, Greek city states, Greco-Persian Wars, ceasaropapism, bureaucracy, Helenistic Empire
I- Urbanization, aqueduct, concrete
C- Polytheism, Roman Mythology, Greco-Roman culture, Greek philosophy, Olympics
E- Silk Roads, Mediterrean trade
Post-Classical (600 C.E.-1450 C.E.)
S- Patriarchy, slaves
P- Byzantine Empire, Viking invasions, cesaropapism
I- Black Death, moldboard plow
C- Eastern Orthodox
E- Mediterranean trade, Hanseatic leaguem, slaves
Early Modern (1450 C.E.-1750 C.E.)
S- Patriarchy, slaves
P- Seizure of Constantinople, Ottoman Empire, Kievan Rus
I- Urbanization
C- Islam, Christianity
E- Mediterranean trade, slaves
Modern (1750 C.E.-1914 C.E.)
S- Patriarchy
P- Russian Empire, progom, Austro-Hungarian Empire, Ottoman Empire, devshirme, WWI, abolition of serfs
I- Urbanizatoin
C- Islam, Chritianity
E- Mediterranean trade
Contemporary (1914 C.E.-Present)
S- Patriarchy, feminism
P- WWI, WWII, communism, Bolshevik Revolution, glasnost, Cold War, USSR, collectivization, Arms Race, Space Race, concentration camps/extermination camps, Stalin
I- Global warming, urbanization
C- Islam, Christianity, nationalism
E- Perestroika, capitalism, industrialization, Five Year Plans
First Civilizations (8000 B.C.E.-600 B.C.E.)
S- Patriarchy
P- Villages
I- Metallurgy, Indo-European migrations
C- Polytheism
E- Agricultural Revolution, foraging, hunters and gatherers
Classical (600 B.C.E.-600 C.E.)
S- Patriarchy
P- Hellenistic Empire, Roman Empire, bureaucracy, Pax Romana
I- Aqueduct, concrete
C- Pheonician alphabat, Latin, Christianity, Greco-Roman Culture, Pantheon
E- Feudalism, Mediterranean trade
Post Classical (600 C.E.-1450 C.E.)
S- Patriarchy
P- Holy Roman Empire, Venice, papacy, pope, Crusades, city-states
I- Moldboard plow, Black Death, urbanization
C- Catholicism, Islam, Renaissance
E- Feudalism, Mediterranean trade, manorialism, Hanseatic League
Early Modern (1450 C.E.-1750 C.E.)
S- Patriarchy, middle class, feminism
P- French Revolution, Code Napoleon, women's suffrage, right for women to vote, imperialism, WWI, Declaration of the Rights of Man and Citizen
I- Titanic
C- Christianity, Social Darwinsim, Marxism
E- Industrialization, capitalism
Modern (1750 C.E.-1914 C.E.)
S- Patriarchy
P- Expulsion of Jews from Spain, balance of power, abolutism, nation states
I- Exploration, urbanization
C- Christianity, Enlightenment, Renaissance
E- Atlantic Slave Trade, triangle trade, Columbian Exchange, Manila Galleons, Scientific Revolution
Contemporary (1914 C.E.-Present)
S- Patriarchy, middle class, racism, feminism
P- WWI, WWII, Berlin Wall, communism, NATO, draft, League of Nations, United Nations, totalitarianism, Holocaust
I- Urbanization, Global Warming
C- Christianity, Islam, fascism, fundamentalism
E- Capitalism, Great Depression, free trade
Article
URL: http://www.nytimes.com/2015/04/26/world/middleeast/palestinian-is-killed-by-forces-of-israel.html?ref=topics&_r=0
The article says that there had been a recent attack on Israeli police by two Palestinians, and the officers ended up killing them. There had been other groups of Palestinians that were independently attacking Israelis. There had been a shooting at the Cave of Patriachs, which was the burial site of Abraham and his wife, which had been a site of violence before; 29 Palestinians had been been shot there by a Jewish settler. The Jewish settler may have opened fire on the Mulsim Palestinians because he believed that the Palestinians didn't deserve to be in such a sacred place. The violence started because the United Nations divided Palestine into a Jewish and Arab state after Britain's colonial mandate was about to end over Palestine. The Arabs, who resided in Palestine, were pushed to the Gaza Strip and to the West Bank. This greatly upset the Palestinians, who aren't even considered to live in a country anymore, but a terrirtory. The article title seems to be putting Israeli officers down, but the article mostly talks about the attacks that Palestinians started, with the exception of attack started by the Jewish settler. The author, Diaa Hadid, is a Middle Eastern journalist who reports for New York Times. There were no information of where she was born, though where she was born could have a bias on the article.
Map
This map shows the Indian Ocean trade routes. The Indian Ocean trade gave birth to wealthy city-states such as on the Swahili coast and Srivijaya. Srivijaya became very wealthy because it was located on the Strait of Malacca, which was an easy place to stop ships and charge them a tax to go through the Strait. Religion was also spread as a result of the Indian Ocean trade. Srivijaya became an important center for Buddhism, and Islam spread on the trade routes to cities such as Malacca, which became a center for Islamic learning. Empires were also created to control the Indian Ocean trade, such as the Portugeuese trading post empire. They didn't have goods that were enough to compete with the other goods being traded, and forcefully took control of the trade, and put taxes on trading. They gradually assimulated into the trade, and steeply declined in 1600 C.E. Trade continued in the Indian Ocean because it was easier to carry more goods and was cheaper than trade on land.
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