Enlarging the EU would bring democratic institutions, protect human rights, and would end the divisions in Europe which would benefit the member stated who would be bringing peace to the region. The more countries that were involved within the EU, the more successful and significant it would be. It was not only the economy of others which would be an advantage to member states but also the links that other states had. Former communist states had links with Russia which the EU could use for diplomatic link as Russia would not join. The USA and Russia were in favour of the expansion because eastern states would be involved in western politics and their systems.
This created peace on the road, and greater benefits for those in China. This also allowed Russia safe access to trade routes, stabilizing their rough economy. Furthermore, the increased wealth allowed for greater taxation of both China and Russia, conducted by the Mongol leaders. Pursuing this further, the Mongols additionally established a mail system which contributed to the spread of wealth and also some diseases. On the contrary, Mongol rule was carried out completely differently in China and Russia.
The major religion of Islam became strengthened by merchants along the Silk Road. Islam was often spread through missionaries, but it was mainly through the help of merchants. Due to the trade along the Silk Road, merchants were successful in encouraging Islamic beliefs to the rest of the world. However, although there were changes between materials and cultures, the Silk Roads had a continuity of purpose. From the beginning, the Silk Roads were used to transfer goods to and from Europe and Asia.
People respected them more, leading to a more stable environment. As well as that, there was little support for extremist parties like the Nazis, who only won 12 seats in the Reichstag. The growing support for more Socialist/ Communist groups worked in the Republics favour. What made Germany more stable however was when Germany was allowed to join the League of Nations in 1926. This had a big impact on the power of Germany as it was restored, and made her much stronger and more confident.
Mongol conquest in both Middle East and China encouraged the long-distance trade routes of Eurasia while also leading to the creation of one of the worst pandemics in history. While Mongol Rule was similar in China and the Middle East, the Mongols in China were much more tolerant of other religions than the Mongols in the Middle East who had everyone converted to Islam by force. The conquered peoples of China possessed many religions such as Buddhism, Confucianism, and others. These Chinese religions were tolerated much better by the Mongols, than the religions of the Middle East. The conflict between Mongol and Muslim beliefs is illustrated by the fate of the last Abbasid caliph when Hulegu’s troops stormed Baghdad is 1258.
Eisenhower’s Interstate highway system specifically affected the United States. The Interstate highways made it easier to defend the United States in case of war (Cannon 31). The highways are more significant from an economical viewpoint, rather than a military viewpoint. “Its impact on the American economy—the jobs it would produce in manufacturing and construction, the rural areas it would open up—was beyond calculation.” Said Eisenhower on the topic of the highway system (“Dwight D Eisenhower” 136). Commercial goods can be transported across the country much easier than before.
A document that would help better establish religious tolerance of the Mongols would be an official report to the caliph by a Muslim missionary traveling at the same time in the same place as the author of document 3. This would help establish that there was indeed religious tolerance toward religions other than Christianity Para 3 : similar for 3 other docs Para 4; similar for next group Para 5: While China saw many negative effects, like death through both warfare and disease, while the Mongols were in control, they also undeniably benefitted from Mongol rule through better trade products and religious tolerance. The Middle East dealt with negative effects through
But after the Han dynasty declined in , China became divided so the trading along the Silk road decreased. Not until the Tang Dynasty did trade along the Silk Road reach its full height. Station along the road was established to shelter travelers and road were made safer to promote more trade. In the Yuan Dynasty, the Mongols who ruled almost all Asia were very interactive with people of the West. The Mongols established a vast empire and also
Although the Ottomans did tax them for being Non –Muslim they still were unharmed. Although the Ottoman and the Mughal may have had many things in common they also had many differences. For instance the way they made their government system and their legitimacy was completely different. A prime example would be the Devsirme system which led the military power. In the Mughal Empire this was not the case , what did happen in Mughal
Han Introduction: This was not the Golden Age of China, but life was very good for many of the people because of the demand for Chinese silk. The creation of the "silk road" - the trade routes across the fierce deserts - allowed trade to flourish more easily with the Roman Empire. People bonded together into one civilization during Han times. They had a common culture. Even in remote sections, district officials copied the manner of the imperial court.