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The three monotheistic religions that began (originated) in the Middle East.
What are Judaism, Christianity and Islam?
This is the reason the U.S. invaded Afghanistan in 2001.
What are the attacks on the U.S. on Sep 11, 2001?
The belief that Jews deserved to return to a homeland in Zion where they had lived in Biblical times.
What is Zionism?
This nation produces about 75% of the world’s oil.
What is Saudi Arabia?
This issue led to the split between the Sunni and Shia Muslims.
How the Muslim community should select their next leader after the death of Muhammad
The first democratically elected president in South Africa.
Who is Nelson Mandela?
This movement allowed Africans to think of themselves as “one people” and work together to gain independence.
What is the Pan African Movement.
The legal separation of races practice in South African from 1948- 1994.
What is apartheid?
This was the effect on the African natives due to European partitioning.
What is conflict and war?
The Sahel region of Africa is experiencing problems with the desert expanding. This process is known as…
What is desertification?
This is the largest nation in Asia
What is China?
This is the most practiced religion in India.
What is Hinduism?
Japan can be best described as this type of landform…
What is an archipelago?
This country’s economy is STRICTLY a command economy mixed slightly traditional (NO Market)
What is North Korea?
Mahatmas Gandhi led non-violent protesting in this country.
What is India?
Japan can be best described as an archipelago. What does that mean?
A chain of islands.
This is the destruction of trees and other vegetation.
What is deforestation?
The climate of India is affected by seasonal winds called…
What are monsoons?
This is the impact the literacy rate has on the living standard.
The higher the literacy rate, the higher the standard of living.
This is the sacred text of Islam.
What is the Qur'an?
A system in which the government makes all economic decisions.
What is a market economy?
A tax placed on goods imported when they are brought into one country from another.
What is a tariff?
Products that a country produces most efficiently and is in demand on the world market.
What is specialization?
A way of limiting the amount of foreign goods that can come into a country
What is a quota?
Anything that slows down or prevents one country from exchanging goods with another country.
What is a trade barrier?
A government system in which system in which citizens have the most freedom and voice/vote
What is a democracy
The right to vote.
What is suffrage?
A government ruled by a King or a Queen.
What is a monarchy?
The type of government system Japan has. Emperor that is only the Head of State. Power in the Congress (Diet)
What is a constitutional monarchy?
A type of system in which power is NOT shared between the central government and the regional government.
What is a unitary system?
Make your wager
This is a system in which power is shared between a central and regional government.