13 GeographyThe Europeans were able to resist the imperialism because they were surrounded by mountains, which enabled them to remain independent.
14 How did the Qing respond to Britain’s diplomatic mission?
15 Opium Wars and Rebellions When the Chinese refused to let Britain sell opium in China the British went to war and made the Chinese sign the TREATY OF NANJING and other countries followed suit and made them sign UNEQUAL TREATIES.The TAIPING REBELLION and the BOXER REBELLION were examples of uprisings against the EuropeansChina was divided up into SPHERES OF INFLUENCES
16 What are the reasons for the Open Door Policy in China?
17 Greed!!!The OPEN DOOR POLICY happened because the US wanted to trade with China and there were no available SPHERES OF INFLUENCES.
18 How did nationalism and democracy influence national revolutions?
19 Latin American countries were encouraged by the Enlightenment ideas of equality and democratic ideals.They were spurred on by the French and American Revolutions.
20 How did Germany and Japan become and industrial giant?
21 Germany had been very industrialized, but fragmented Germany had been very industrialized, but fragmented. OTTO VON BISMARCK is the man who united Germany and created the modern German nation.Japan changed out of fear when Commodore Matthew Perry showed up with gun ships. The Japanese wanted to avoid imperialism, so they studied European countries and selectively borrowed ideas and technology to become intensively industrialized.
89 Contain communism in the areas which it is already. Keep it from spreading.
90 How did the domino theory lead the United States to send troops to Vietnam?
91 The idea that if one country goes communist, others will follow suit. Vietnam, Laos Cambodia
92 How did communist Vietnam dominate parts of Southeast Asia after the Vietnam War?
93 Saigon fallsCreated one vietnam under Communist rulePol Pot in CambodiaKhmer Rouge
94 What were the causes and consequences of the collapse of the Soviet Union
95 Causes for the decline of Communist regimes Soviet UnionMikhail GorbachevPerestroikaGlasnostPolandSolidarity MovementRomaniaGermanyFall of the Berlin WallReunification of GermanyNew independent countries formed from the Soviet Union
96 What were the international cooperative organizations created after World War II?
97 The United NationsNorth Atlantic Treaty Organization NATOSouth East Asian Treaty Organization SEATOThe Warsaw Pact