This was also a way for the Mongols to ensure their government was stable and trustable instead of having others govern the state. But along with similar political effects, Mongol rule on China and the Middle East had different political effects. The political effects of Mongol rule in China and the Middle East were different in their administrators used. In China the Mongols brought foreign administrators while in the Middle East they kept the Persians to be administrators. The Mongols had foreign administrators in China because they did not trust any Chinese person to be left in charge therefore foreign people were used.
However, China's revolution differed because the initial democratic establishment led to opposition from the Communist party while the formation of the U.S.S.R faced minimal opposition. In China, the Qing dynasty was ineffective, instead of trying to modernized as early as possible, it squandered what remained of its wealth and in doing so led to heavy losses in influence and power. Similarly, in Russia, The Tsars became ineffective, the decision to enter World War I had brought Russia to its knees socially, politically and economically. The Tsars also faced many scandals that would deface their influence in Russian cities. It was due to these reasons that both China and Russia were seeking to replace the government in power with new ones that would appeal to the population's demands.
One of the bigger differences between Sparta and Athens was there systems of government. Sparta was an Oligarchy which meant ruled by a few. There were many features of a Spartan government, Ephors, two kings, a council of 28 elders called the geurosia and the apella the assembly of spartiates over the age of 30. There were two kings so when the Spartans went to war one stayed back and the other went and fought. The reason Sparta had so many levels of government was because they had to control and limit the kings in case they got too much power.
Comparative Essay Both Classical India and Classical China were organized societies with strong centralized governments and complex institutions. Although there were some similarities in their political structure, there were also many differences because of the belief systems which shaped the social and political order of each society. Those belief systems differed in both India and China, they also changed over time due to the creation of new religions or laws. While all of the beliefs affected the political and social structure, some like Legalism and Confucianism were providing big impact on it, while others like Hinduism, Buddhism and Daoism were purely the religions of salvation and harmony with nature. Classical China (1029
Specific duties are tied to one’s status in society c. It prescribes the correct organization of the state to achieve the maximum benefits for the most members of society d. Only those who are devout and lead moral lives will be saved 9. In comparing the Han Dynasty with the Roman Empire, which of the following statements is NOT CORRECT? a. Both the Han Dynasty’s and the Roman Empire’s economies suffered as a result of military spending b. While both Rome was successful at spreading its culture across a wide area,, the Han were unable to diffuse their culture to neighboring lands c. While both societies were run by centralized governments, Rome gave significant autonomy to local
Although Han China and Imperial Rome both ruled over large and diverse territories, both had different ways of political control within their empires. The control varies in ways such as their views on society; China having a philosophy of Confucianism and Rome believing in a patron-client relationship. Rome and China differed in who had the right to govern the empires varying from having a single leader to numerous government officials. Both empires used their loyal citizens to their advantage creating the state of free labor. However, even with all the differences, both empires managed to keep their territories protected, organized, and civilized.
Erick Romero 10/19/14 2A Explain the origin(s) of the Chinese Civil War, and to what extent was the Communist victory due to the use of guerrilla warfare In the early 20th century, China ran into political turmoil. With the revolution in 1911, in which the last dynasty, the Manchu dynasty was overthrown. The new Republic failed to set hold on China and warlord era would start. But China continued to be oppressed by many foreign powers because it lacked a strong central government. The Chinese Civil War was caused by two opposed political parties, the communists and the nationalists, to see who would be able to restore order and regain central power over China to bring it back to its glory.
Although Han China and Imperial Rome's method of political control was alike in their use of a centralized government, they were different in the sense of the roles of citizens in the government and the techniques for keeping the lower classes happy. Han China and Imperial Rome both had centralized governments, each with male leaders. Emperor Wu Ti was the Hans political leader; he often referred to himself as the “Son of Heaven”. Emperor Wu Ti developed a bureaucracy. Wu worked to increase authority and prestige of the central government.
Granted in both dynasties neither ruler could make a decision on his own because the views and ideas of their highly appointed officials had to be considered in most cases. Although, if the Emperor didn’t like the way an office was being run, he had the power to simply replace that individual by any method necessary. Similar to the Ottoman Empire as well was the hierarchy of Qing China. The Emperor ruled absolutely but presided over a number of ministries that
In Rome and China their administrative techniques used, you can see when looking at the emperors and legislative bodies they had, that in China, the emperors where given the right to rule by the “Mandate of Heaven”(study guide)(pg.130) which made all populous of the empire obey the ruler with out much question, giving him the same obedience that children gave their fathers. (pg.131) In contrast, Roman Consuls were placed into power by either their family right or by appointment of the previous Consul. (pg.149) Conflict grew between those who were appointed by the previous Consul and with those who had the family right making choosing the next emperor very tricky and often caused chaos in the government until things could be resolved. (pg.154) The regions of China and Imperial Rome are similar in the way of the use of bureaucracy,(ch.4) but different through the use of belief systems and in the role of the emperor. Both the empire of Han China and Imperial Rome used a bureaucracy as the form of political control.