Challenges in Our World Today. In this chapter you will learn about some of the important challenges facing the world today: The Arab-Israel conflict Global terrorism Human rights Globalization . Introduction. Can the Arab-Israel conflict be peacefully resolved?By burian
RUSSIA AND JAPAN: INDUSTRIALIZATION OUTSIDE OF THE WEST. 1850 – 1914 . OVERVIEW. Russia and Japan Managed to avoid Western dominance Industrialize to achieve economic autonomy. Japan and Russia Compared Proved to be the most flexible politicallyBy nellis
Underlying Causes of World War I and Its Outbreak. Unit 8 Day 1. Bismarck’s Foreign Policy (1871-1890). Chancellor Otto von Bismarck (1815-1898) After the Unification, Bismarck lifted Germany to be the leading nation in Europe while keeping peace among many rivalsBy garron
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Absolute Monarchies. Ms. Doyle – Unit 5. The Age of Absolutism. A period from 1648 to 1763 when European monarchs began to create powerful nations that placed unlimited power in the hands of the king and his/her advisors. What is an Absolute Monarch?.
New Monarchies. Consolidation of power First ‘modern’ nation-state. Toward end of Middle Ages, governments broke down (Black Death and Warfare) Violence within and without dominated. Characteristics of New Monarchy. Uses 15 th century chaos to centralize Determine state religion
The new monarchies. The Centralization of Political Power. Creation of well-organized states built around strong central gov’ts New Monarchs of England (Henry VII), France (Louis XI) & Spain (Ferdinand & Isabella) were successful in accumulating & centralizing power.
THE POLITICAL SPECTRUM . MODERATE. LIBERAL . CONSERVATIVE. Those to the “left” of the center are referred to as LIBERALS , generally believing and standing for the following: Advocate changes to society
The new monarchies. AP Euro History. General characteristics. Rulers attempted to bring civil peace back to kingdoms. Institution of monarchy was a guarantee of law and order.
Monarchies of Prussia. Frederick I, Frederick William I and Frederick II (1701-1786). Map of Prussia. Intro. Tsar Peter westernized Russia Created secular schools Had tutors for Gentry sons who could not marry until they completed a certain level of education Focused on growing his army
Conservative and Non-Conservative Forces. The work to lift an object and to carry it up an incline plane are the same…simple machines save us force not work. Forces like lifting against gravity where the only thing that matters is the final and beginning points are called conservative forces.
Conservative vs. Non-conservative Forces. The fundamental theorem of calculus can be written as follows:. Why is this important? Because from it you can derive the definition of conservative forces, which is broadly defined as:.
Rise of the Monarchies. Chapter 28. Introduction. Rise of towns and trade caused changes in Europe:. France. In France, several kings (mostly named Louis and Philip) strengthened the monarchy by: Filling government jobs with loyal people Granting towns charters of freedom