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World History GHSGT Review.

theory that rulers should act according to the /India. Helped the Portuguese to have dominance over the Indian Ocean and its trade routes Christopher Columbus – in/ Japan (not fascist) from 1926-1989. Did not have absolute/in India (Gandhi) and China (Mao Zedong). Mohandas Gandhi Led non-violent protests to gain Independence for India. Preached peaceful resistance to unjust laws. India achieved independence in 1947. Influenced M.L. King Jr. Mao Zedong Leader of Communism in China-supported by Soviet Union In/


World History GHSGT Review.

that rulers should act according to the needs/India. Helped the Portuguese to have dominance over the Indian Ocean and its trade routes Christopher Columbus – in/ Japan (not fascist) from 1926-1989. Did not have absolute/in India (Gandhi) and China (Mao Zedong). Mohandas Gandhi Led non-violent protests to gain Independence for India. Preached peaceful resistance to unjust laws. India achieved independence in 1947. Influenced M.L. King Jr. Mao Zedong Leader of Communism in China-supported by Soviet Union In/


1907 : J.F. Madan opens the Elphinstone Picture Palace in Calcutta, the first of his cinema chain. Pathe establishes office in India. 1908 : Abdulallay.

Festival held in India traveling to Bombay, Calcutta, Delhi and Madras. Parliament passes the Cinematograph Act of 1952 replacing 1918 Act though with /India accepts an Advertising Code. The Trade Weekly Trade Guide is started. Maiden Filmfare Awards are inaugurated. 1954 : P.K. Atre’s Marathi Film Shyamchi Aayee bags the first President’s Gold Medal as the Best feature Film of 1953. Bimal Roy’s Do Bigha Zameen also made in 1953 gets special mention at Cannes. Indian Film Festival held in the Soviet Union/


Legislations Impacting Franchising Association of Indias Workshop in Mumbai on Legal Issues in Franchising July 12, 2008.

franchising models that exist in India: Supplier/ Dealer-Retailer /Act, 1952; The Employee State Insurance Act, 1948; The Employers Liability Act, 1938; The Minimum Wages Act, 1948; The Payment of Bonus Act, 1965; Employment and Welfare Legislations Contd.: The Maternity Benefit Act, 1961; The Payment of Gratuity Act, 1972; The Sales Promotion Employees Act, 1976; The Trade Unions Act, 1926; The Workmans Compensation Act, 1923; The Payment of Wages Act, 1948; Shops and Establishments Act(s); and State acts/


World History GHSGT Review. ► Renaissance – means “rebirth”  It was an era in which artists, architects, philosophers, political thinkers, scientists,

(not fascist) from 1926-1989.   Did not /in India (Gandhi) and China (Mao Zedong). Mohandas Gandhi  Led non-violent protests to gain Independence for India.  Preached peaceful resistance to unjust laws.  India achieved independence in 1947.  Influenced M.L. King Jr. Mao Zedong  Leader of Communism in China-supported by Soviet UnionIn/in the World Trade Center attacks from 2001, are targets of terrorism Globalization in the contemporary world. ► The world is connected through trade/


THE THIRD WAVE DEMOCRACY. T HE E MERGENCE OF D EMOCRACY The concept of democracy as a government existed already in ancient Greece. The modern concept,

1926 First reverse wave1922 - 42/ Helsinki Final Act, and the/in Korea and Africa The Catholic impetus to Democracy had largely exhausted. ② E XTERNAL F ACTOR 1. European Community Turkey wanted to reinforce modernizing and democratic tendencies and isolate the forces supporting Islamic fundamentalism. Should EC expand its membership? If so, should priority go to European Free Trade Association members, or to Eastern Europeans, or Turkey? 2. Soviet Union/-military coup) Korea, India and the Philippines ③ N/


EVOLUTION OF INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS. Evolution of IR Industrial relations has its roots in the industrial revolution which created the modern employment.

Industrial Revolution. EVOLUTION OF INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS IN INDIA In ancient India, agriculture was the prime occupation followed by trading and then manual services. Some of /India was completely destroyed by British by exploiting the workers and India was left as a Backward Agriculture Economy. PRE-INDEPENDENCE PERIOD - During 1st and 2nd world war, profits went up enormously. But these profits were not shared with the workers. Under the influence of ILO, Trade Disputes Act (1917) and Trade Union Act (1926/


BUSI 617 Global Marketing Issues in the Global Economy Professor Nicholas Didow Kenan Institute Faculty Fellow Kenan-Flagler Business School University.

trade agreements Acting as a forum for trade negotiations Settling trade disputes Reviewing national trade policies Assisting developing countries in trade policy issues Cooperating with other international organizations “The price to participate in the global economy is increasingly a portion of your national sovereignty.” Didow Preferential trade agreements benefit industries in a limited number of nations Free trade area Customs union Common market Economic union Are free trade/ 1926 Generation/ India /


Political and Economic Change 1920s- Present. Postwar WWI Economic Problems Europe loses status as financial and credit center –Europe in debt to each.

1926 went on strike –Sympathetic workers from other industries joined them –Workers lost argument, high unemployment made unions weak Government attempted to help workers with new housing and reforming poor laws. Empire WWI gave British colonies the increased idea of independence and self determination –India/ more efficient and competitive Privatization of industries Cutting the power of trade unions Welfare assistance in Europe to help the sick, the injured, the unemployed, and the elderly, /


HYPO 1 – 2 20 YEAR OLD MALES COMMIT THE EXACT SAME CRIME IN DIFFERENT SECTIONS OF BALTIMORE. EACH ROBS A 7/11 OF $275 USING A KNIFE. ONE SON OF INNER CITY.

DEFENDANT ? MANY OTHER COUNTRIES HAVE EXPRESS EMERGENCY POWERS FOR EXECUTIVE – FRANCE, INDIA AND SOUTH AFRICA (322-324). EX PARTE MILLIGAN (1866 - 268) REJECTS / (1937 - 125) NATIONAL LABOR RELATIONS ACT. NLRB FOUND D GUILTY OF UNFAIR LABOR PRACTICE – DISCHARGE FOR UNION ACTIVITY. HUGHES 1. NLRB FIND D ORGANIZED IN INTERSTATE MANNER – ALIQUIPPA IS HEART OF/ DOESN’T SAY STATES CAN’T – NEGATIVE IMPLICATION IN ARTICLES OF CONFEDERATION, MAJOR PROBLEM WAS TRADE WARS. CLEAR DESIRE AMONG FF TO STOP. PHILADELPHIA /


HYPO 1 – 2 20 YEAR OLD MALES COMMIT THE EXACT SAME CRIME IN DIFFERENT SECTIONS OF BALTIMORE. EACH ROBS A 7/11 OF $275 USING A KNIFE. ONE SON OF INNER CITY.

DEFENDANT ? MANY OTHER COUNTRIES HAVE EXPRESS EMERGENCY POWERS FOR EXECUTIVE – FRANCE, INDIA AND SOUTH AFRICA (322-324). EX PARTE MILLIGAN (1866 - 268) REJECTS / (1937 - 125) NATIONAL LABOR RELATIONS ACT. NLRB FOUND D GUILTY OF UNFAIR LABOR PRACTICE – DISCHARGE FOR UNION ACTIVITY. HUGHES 1. NLRB FIND D ORGANIZED IN INTERSTATE MANNER – ALIQUIPPA IS HEART OF/ DOESN’T SAY STATES CAN’T – NEGATIVE IMPLICATION IN ARTICLES OF CONFEDERATION, MAJOR PROBLEM WAS TRADE WARS. CLEAR DESIRE AMONG FF TO STOP. PHILADELPHIA /


Unit 3: RIGHTS. Who were Federalists & Anti- Federalists? After the Constitution was written at the Constitutional Convention in 1787 to change and improve.

national government Reserved Powers- power for the state governments(trade in state, schools, rules for marriage) Concurrent Powers- both/unconstitutional Later in Myers vs. United States in 1926- the Supreme Court agreed the Tenure Act was /, collecting taxes 4. regulate activities- broadcasting, labor unions, banks, airlines, nuclear power plants ****help shape /IN PLACE DUE TO LAW OR CULTURE? The Maldives OR DO PEOPLE HAVE RELIGIOUS Canada FREEDOM & TO WHAT DEGREE??? Brazil Mexico Japan China India/


China and Japan Gov/Hist 352 Campbell University Part 6, Sino-Japanese War to the 1949 Communist Victory in China.

($200 million). –Open seven new ports for trade and extend most favored nation status to Japan/, Japan could act as needed to protect its interest in Korea and Manchuria/in 1926. His reign was the longest of all Japanese emperors, 1926 to 1989. Emperor Taisho (r.1912-26) Taisho Democracy When a reduction in government spending in/India with C-47’s and C- 46’s. The distance was 500 miles over the 15,000 ft. hi foothills of the Himalayas. The airlift started in July, 1942. In December 800 tons were moved. In/


ABRAHAM  The first patriarch in the Bible. Abraham was asked by God to sacrifice his son, Isaac, and was rewarded for being prepared to do so. He is considered.

are predestined for heaven. Fidel Castro  (1926?- ) Leader of the Cuban Revolution and / monarchs in favor of a short lived Republic.  Cromwell acted as Lord Protector until the restoration of the Monarchy in 1660./Union during the Cold War. Jawaharlal Nehru (1889-1964) Indian nationalist leader and the first prime minister of independent India from 1947 to 1964. Along with Mohandas Gandhi, he was instrumental in freeing India/his theory on free trade, otherwise known as laissez-faire economics. Capitalism Stalin/


Sale Of Goods Act 1930.

is in effect an additional definition or interpretation section and supplies a want long felt in India. At the time when the Contract Act was/a title thereto against the seller.(Wait & Midland Bank 1926) In State of karnataka Vs. The West Coast Paper Mills/in each bale, at a certain price per dozen. By the usage of the trade, it was the sellers duty to see whether the bales contain the number specified in/in the whole had passed to him and he was held liable to pay the balance of the price. The Union of India /


Cambridge ICGSE History Depth Study: The USA,

in this world From Italy to China to Europe and to India/ company unions as / Volstead Act), effectively prohibiting alcoholic beverages in the US./trade. Big breweries stayed in business throughout the prohibition era by bribing local government officials, prohibition agents, and the police. Even when arrests were made, it was difficult to get convictions because of corrupt judges. Al Capone (c. 1935) Clive Weed, “The National Gesture,” Judge (12 June 1926) Classes Mix at the Speakeasy In/


From Bipolar to Multipolar World. War and Decolonization  First Indo-Pakistani War (1947-1948)  With the partition of India there was much violence,

1926: In the Balfour Declaration at the Imperial Conference, Britain and its dominions agreed they were “equal in status, in no way subordinate one to another in/the Status of the Union Act, 1934, and the Royal Executive Functions and Seals Act of 1934) were /without losing Commonwealth ties  Under the London Declaration, India agreed that, when it became a republic (January/Trade Organization and maintained its high rate of economic growth in the 2000s  Rapid growth also severely impacted the/


The Interwar Years 1919-1939.

in India change in the 1930s? Called for a separate state Muhammad Ali Jinnah Leader of Muslim League Becomes Pakistan India/Trade was Japan’s only economic force 3. How did the Great depression affect Japan’s politics? Poverty, unemployment, labor disputes Expansion = answer to economic problems Promoted the military due to loss of faith in gov’t 4. Why did the Japanese support their military’s aggressive acts/Italian for union 1919-1945 Nazism 1933-1945 Italy: Mussolini Fascio-Italian for union Emphasis: /


WHAT IS LAW? 9/10/20151santhi narayanan. Law is... an instrument of social justice of the state that seeks to provide justice, stability & security in.

Act, 1999 The Competition Act, 2002 The Securities Exchange Board of India Act, 1992 The Consumer Protection Act, 1986 9/10/201529santhi narayanan Environmental Laws: The Water (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Act, 1973 The Air (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Act, 1981 The Environment (Protection) Act, 1986 9/10/201530santhi narayanan Industrial and Labor Laws The Factories Act, 1948 The Industrial Disputes Act, 1947 The Trade Unions Act, 1926/two (or more) disputants in reaching an agreement. The/


Welcome to the Presentation on Factories Act, 1948 an overview of.

The Trade Unions Act, 1926 The Industrial employment (Standing Orders) act, 1946 Industrial Disputes Act, 1947 Labour legislation on wages The Payment of Wages Act, 1936 The Minimum Wages Act, 1948 The Payment of Bonus Act, 1965 The Equal Remuneration Act, 1976/India with an objective of protecting the workers employed in the factories. UK Factories Act, 1937 – that was considered as an updated legislation to ensure the various aspects of workmen employed in factories was taken as base. UK Factories Act/


Between the World Wars. Aftermath of WWI Russia –Bolsheviks –Soviet Union –Trotsky –Stalin farm communes Killed 10 million people –Communism.

to eat. World trade also declined as many countries imposed protective tariffs in an attempt to restore their economies. European Countries Struggling Following WWI Great Britain –Experienced a general strike in 1926 due to unemployment and/union of Austria & Germany. 1938 – Munich Conference, Germany agrees to stop their aggression in exchange for the Sudetenland. 1939 – Francisco Franco wins the Spanish Civil War with support from Germany and Italy. Franco himself set-up a fascist state and the War acted/


Between the World Wars. Aftermath of WWI Russia –Bolsheviks –Soviet Union –Trotsky –Stalin farm communes Killed 10 million people –Communism.

to eat. World trade also declined as many countries imposed protective tariffs in an attempt to restore their economies. European Countries Struggling Following WWI Great Britain –Experienced a general strike in 1926 due to unemployment and/union of Austria & Germany. 1938 – Munich Conference, Germany agrees to stop their aggression in exchange for the Sudetenland. 1939 – Francisco Franco wins the Spanish Civil War with support from Germany and Italy. Franco himself set-up a fascist state and the War acted/


HISTORIC PERSPECTIVE ON OCCUPATIONAL DISEASE D Linn Holness Gage Occupational & Environmental health Unit & Centre for Research Expertise in Occupational.

trade diseases Father of Occupational Medicine “what is you occupation?” 18 th century ► Hale – 1743 Importance of ventilation ► Von Humboldt – 1790’s Gas mask, safety lamps for miners Industrial revolution ► Traditionally India/ Robert Peel, Robert Owen, Michael Sadler ► Trade unions Act making trade unions illegal repealed in UK 1824 Organized labour – working conditions – /Occupational disease ► 1913 – industrial disease – 6 listed in Schedule 3 ► 1926 – silicosis, pneumoconiosis ► 1932 – cancer ► 1944 /


Why are there so many poor people in Africa and South Asia? Shanta Devarajan World Bank

Public expenditures in India III. Labor regulations in India and Sri Lanka Employment regulations in South Asia are among the most restrictive in the world Source: Doing Business 2006. World Bank: Washington, DC. “Missing middle” Complex labor legislation and regulations Altogether about 45 central laws and 170 State statutes directly deal with labor market issues. Labor is a concurrent subject. Industrial Relations –Trade Unions Act, 1926 –Industrial Disputes Act (IDA) 1947/


Portugal República Portuguesa Basic information Portugal, officially the Portuguese Republic (Portuguese: República Portuguesa). It is located in southwestern.

Descobrimentos, Lisbon Throughout the 15th century, the Portuguese Explorers sailed down the coast of Africa, establishing trading posts along the way, while they were looking for the route to India, land of the spices, which were very precious in Europe. In 1498, Vasco da Gama finally arrived in India by sea. In 1500, Pedro Álvares Cabral landed on Brazil and claimed it for the Portuguese Crown. Thus/


South Africa A case study in Africa, the people who live there Patten & Valdner A case study in Africa, the people who live there Patten & Valdner.

trade routes between Europe and Asia. The Arrival of the Dutch The first colonists in South Africa were from Holland. Very similar to the Pilgrims who settled in/ to import slaves from Madagascar, India, Ceylon, Malaya and Indonesia. The population of South Africa continued to grow in the Cape and new immigrants pushed/home in South Africa outside the city of Kimberly South African Act 1909 - Established the South African Union, consolidated the power in all-white parliament. Mines & Works Act 1911 & 1926 -/


India and China Negotiated Independence in India and Africa Independence with little bloodshed in India and much of colonial Africa in decades following.

in India - Dressed in traditional clothing- crisscrossed India on third-class trains listening to common people to understand their plight. Urged a boycott of British goods, jobs & honors. After World War I Increased unrest due to British refusal to grant independence 1919—Rowlatt Acts/ national bourgeoisie Economic Changes under Mao Soviet Union model followed and SU provided advisors & /direction Open door trade policy— trade with everyone, including capitalist nations Reforms in education— expansion/


Between the World Wars.

to eat. World trade also declined as many countries imposed protective tariffs in an attempt to restore their economies. European Countries Struggling Following WWI Great Britain Experienced a general strike in 1926 due to unemployment and/union of Austria & Germany. 1938 – Munich Conference, Germany agrees to stop their aggression in exchange for the Sudetenland. 1939 – Francisco Franco wins the Spanish Civil War with support from Germany and Italy. Franco himself set-up a fascist state and the War acted/


South Africa A case study in Africa, the people who live there.

suffered a chronic labor shortage. In another wonderfully perverse move, van Riebeeck proceeded to import slaves from Madagascar, India, Ceylon, Malaya and Indonesia. The population of South Africa continued to grow in the Cape and new immigrants pushed/ where African lived Typical White home in South Africa outside the city of Kimberly South African Act 1909 - Established the South African Union, consolidated the power in all-white parliament. Mines & Works Act 1911 & 1926 - Imposed a color ban on /


TU Training for GUFs in Asia- Pacific on Globalization, Workers’ Rights and CSR IFBWW Experiences with MNCs on Framework Agreements.

(Cement) – 2005, France Case Study - 1 IFBWW and SKANSKA Framework Agreement Union Background - MAMU Registered under the Trade Union Act, 1926 since 1996 Affiliated to INTUC at National Level 1996 onwards Affiliated to the IFBWW from 1998 Representing construction workers in the National Capital Territory of Delhi Organizing Labour under SKANSKA and other MNCs in the Delhi Metro Rail Project SKANSKA Delhi Metro Rail Project SKANKSA with/


PARTY POLITICS, THE ROLE OF THE RULING PARTY IN HARMONISING POLICIES FOR SUSTAINABLE GOVERNANCE FOR DEVELOPMENT PAPER DELIVERED BY DR YUNUSA TANKO NATIONAL.

trade through ECOWAS and AU;  Make Information Technology, Manufacturing, Agriculture and Entertainment key drivers of our economy;  Balance the economy across regions by the creation of 6 new Regional Economic Development Agencies (REDAs) to act as champions of sub- regional competitiveness;  Put in place a N300bn regional growth fund (average of N50bn in/, money, leisure and privilege. When the British administrators lowered the Union Jack in Lagos on October 1, 1960, Nigeria was Africa’s greatest hope/


The Great Depression 1929-1941 The economy was in severe decline & millions of Americans were out of work and/or homeless.

from foreign producers in Japan, India, China & Latin/in 1926, who made the boom possible, and who were going to bring about financial disaster later. The Info. Not Found in Your Books In/in 1930, Congress passed the Hawley- Smoot Tariff Act, which established the highest protective tariff in/trade had fallen more than 40% - a severe reduction in overall economic activity. Worldwide Depression The depression that began in the United States in 1929 went around the world in/tried to unionize often were /


Splash Screen Section 1-3 Click the mouse button or press the Space Bar to display the information. Nationalism in the Middle East.

In 1919, British troops killed hundreds of unarmed protesters.  Gandhi was eventually arrested for his role in protests against British rule and was in prison for several years.  In 1935, Great Britain passed the Government of India Act.  The act/trade.  In 1922, the United States held a/ In 1938, a military draft law was passed.  The government controlled all economic resources.  Labor unions were/years.  They trained an army.  In 1926 they began the Northern Expedition and took control/


NEW IMPERIALISM CHINA’S FOREIGN TRADE China believed that all nations not Chinese were inferior and if they wanted to trade that they would have to pay.

NEW IMPERIALISM European traders bought Opium in India and sold it illegally to China. Chinese officials took bribes from British traders to smuggle large amounts of the drug to China. NEW IMPERIALISM Opium Trade Major Threat to China –1/Union for aid. 1923 Soviet Union sent military and political help to China in return for allowing Chinese Communists participation in Kuomintang(legislature) CHINA Sun Yat Sun died in 1925 his military assistant was Chiang Kai-Shek who became leader of the Kuomintang in 1926/


Early XX century: Loss of certainties + growing sense of frustration After WWI: rise of labour Party and trade unions Hardships for coal miners, shipbuilders,

After WWI: rise of labour Party and trade unions Hardships for coal miners, shipbuilders, cotton workers Unemployment (dole queues) 1926 : general strike 1920s: development of radio /region. D-Day Consquences of WWII in Britain Immense costs (human lives, land, industries, culture, etc. India Burma Ceylon Malaya Singpore: demanded /in high places International energy crisis Troubles ion nUlster 1973: European Community New immigrants from the Commonwealth => 1982 Act (only those with jobs are allowd in/


Independence Movements In Asia and Africa. Document-Based Question: Evaluate the methods and roles of leaders and organizations in the movement for independence.

decided to leave India in 1947, India was partitioned: India in the south Pakistan in the northwest East Pakistan, now Bangladesh, in the east Millions/Union of South Africa was established. British and Dutch colonists were given power, land and rights Blacks were entire excluded from the political arena 1923: Introduction of complete residential segregation. 1926: Blacks banned from work in/al-Qaeda destroyed the World Trade Center in New York on September 11, 2001. Nationalism in Latin America MEXICO At the/


Independence Movements In Asia and Africa. The World’s Mood in the Post-War Era While the Superpowers engaged in the Cold War, former colonies of Imperialist.

decided to leave India in 1947, India was partitioned: India in the south Pakistan in the northwest East Pakistan, now Bangladesh, in the east Millions/Union of South Africa was established. British and Dutch colonists were given power, land and rights Blacks were entire excluded from the political arena 1923: Introduction of complete residential segregation. 1926: Blacks banned from work in/al-Qaeda destroyed the World Trade Center in New York on September 11, 2001. Nationalism in Latin America MEXICO At the/


Nationalism & Revolution Around the World Chapter 25 Section 4 and Chapter 27 How did nationalism affect the world in the interwar years?

in poverty – Peonage System – Middle class Mexicans demanded democracy – 1910 – Mexico plunged into revolution US in Latin America Monroe Doctrine – America acts/unions 4. Economic nationalism – emphasis on domestic control of the economy Determined to develop own economies and end economic dependence. – After WWI trade/ for the Muslims and India for the Hindus – /in building a democratic China Sun Yixian dies in 1925 – Jiang Jieshi (Chang Kai-Shek) takes over as head of the Guomindang – 1926 succeeds in/


ETHNIC AND MINORITY CULTURES IN AMERICA Lecture Basic terms and concepts.

goal:. Fur trade and religious conversions Jesuits participate in both, converting/ me that his race ruled India and America, too. All/in one dark body// Langston Hughes: The Negro Artist and the Racial Mountain (1926/1887: Dawes Severalty Act individual landownership and agriculture/unions, Most familiar type of employment: entrepreneurs, laundry operators Chinese immigrants also found employment in agriculture, worked as cooks, vegetable peddlers THE CHINESE EXPERIENCE Chinese immigrants helped each other in/


A2 Historical enquiry: India and the British Empire, 1757-1947.

, the Commonwealth of Australia the Union of South Africa. After the Statute was passed, the British government could no longer make law for the dominions, otherwise than at the request and with the consent of that dominiondominionsBritish EmpiredominionsCanadaNew ZealandNewfoundlandIrish Free State Commonwealth of AustraliaUnion of South Afric Government of India Acts 1919 and 1935 Acts which gave Indians more participation in their own government, especially/


Chapter 27: Nationalism and Revolutions Around the World How did nationalism affect the world in the interwar years?

the interference in the affairs of Latin America US in Latin America  Monroe Doctrine  America acted alone and /Britain partitioning the subcontinent  Pakistan for the Muslims and India for the Hindus  Britain worked to keep the population/in building a democratic China  Sun Yixian dies in 1925 – Jiang Jieshi (Chang Kai-Shek) takes over as head of the Guomindang  1926 succeeds in/grew – trade with allies  Zaibatsu influenced politics 1920’s – Pushed for policies to favor international trade and their/


Revolutionary Movements in India, China & Ghana SSWH19.

in India, China & Ghana SSWH19 Map of India Sepoy Mutiny  1856- Sepoy Mutiny  India was an important trading post to British  East India Company employed British army officers with a mostly Indian army (sepoys) to protect its interests  3 Problems:  General unfair treatment of sepoys  British passed law saying sepoys could be sent to fight in/, Japan, Mongolia, Soviet Union, Yellow Sea, East China Sea, India, Nepal, Korea, Sea / 1925- Sun Yixian dies  1926- Chiang Kaishek (with help of Soviet advisors /


Capital and Market Access in International Aviation: Nationality Requirements and Cabotage Restrictions by Prof. Dr. Paul Stephen Dempsey McGill University.

India Trade.” To this day, freedom of the seas and “flags of convenience” dominate maritime transport. The Paris Convention of 1919 reaffirmed the customary international law principle that each State possesses exclusive national sovereignty over the air space above its territory. The United States promulgated a nationality requirement in its airline certification requirements, and reserved cabotage to U.S. airlines in the Air Commerce Act/ every city in the European Union and every city in the United /


Revolution in China.

India It was a way of balancing a trade/ Communists expelled by Kuomintang 1926-1928 – war to control/in China increased after Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor in 1941 Cairo Conference (1943) Chiang Kai-shek met with Allied leaders Discussed war in eastern Asia Westerners gave up imperialist rights in China U.S. Chinese Exclusion Act of 1882 repealed in 1943 Communists in/in 1918 and worked for a Marxist thinker Quickly became a strong believer in Communism and edited radical magazines, organized trade unions/


Independence Movements In Asia and Africa. The World Mood in the Post War Era While the Superpowers engaged in the Cold War former colonies of Imperialistic.

In 1910 the Union of South Africa was established. British and Dutch colonists were given power, land and rights while blacks were entire excluded from the political arena 1923 saw the introduction and enforcement of complete residential segregation. 1926 saw blacks legally banned from work in/ wherein Great Britain is free to act…I am empowered to give the following assurances: 1) / Jews and one for Muslims. Note: remember Germany, India??? When David Ben-Gurion announced the creation of Israel/


Interwar Period 1919-1939. POSTWAR UNCERTAINTY REFLECTED IN THE ARTS & SCIENCES How did WWI impact the arts and literature of the 1920s?

trade dropped 65% – Unemployment soared worldwide Asia – farmers & urban workers hurt as value of exports fell – Single cash-crop growers hardest hit – Fueled anger & led to nationalist action Colonial farmers on strike Colonial gov’t actions added to calls for independence, esp. in India/in Eastern Europe fell to dictators for stability Hungary – Admiral Miklos Horthy, 1919 Poland – Marshal Jozef Pilsudski, 1926 Kings suspended constitutions & silenced foes in/ Three Neutrality Acts passed after 1935 – /


Business environment 1. MODULE – 4 LaBOUR ENVIRONMENT Dharmendra Pandey Assistant 2.

. 3,500 p.m. Labour Legislation (Laws) in India 4. Bonded Labour System (abolition) Act, 1976: This Act abolishes bonded labour system in India. Under the Act, every bonded labourer stands freed and discharged from any obligation to render any bonded labour. 5. Trade Unions Act, 1926: The Act lays down procedure for registration of trade unions and defines their rights and liabilities. Members of registered trade unions get protection against various civil and criminal liabilities/


INDIAN EMPLOYMENT LAW LABOUR LAW AND CONTRACT LAW INDIAN EMPLOYMENT LAW LABOUR LAW AND CONTRACT LAW.

sector in India. Some of the relevant laws which are discussed here are as follows: The Industrial Disputes Act, 1947; The Industrial Disputes Act, 1947; The Factories Act, 1948; The Factories Act, 1948; Shops and Establishment Acts of various states; Shops and Establishment Acts of various states; The Contract Labour (Regulation and Abolition) Act, 1970; The Contract Labour (Regulation and Abolition) Act, 1970; The Trade Unions Act, 1926; The Trade Unions Act, 1926; The Workmen’s Compensation Act, 1923/


Revolution, Nationalism and Years of Crisis Pre-AP Unit #13 Chapters 30 and 31.

at least 3) Rowlatt Acts / Amritsar Massacre Rowlatt Acts (1919) – Laws which allowed the British government in India to jail protesters without /even stronger when Germany joined the League of Nations in March 1926. Two years later, the Kellogg-Briand Pact brought/Act. With their new power, the Nazis quickly brought all institutions under their control. They purged the civil service of Jews and democratic elements. They set up prison camps called concentration camps for people who opposed them. Trade Unions/


Chapter 25 Imperialism, Alliances, and War Chapter 25 Imperialism, Alliances, and War.

high unemployment from the 1990’s to the present many people believed government should be less involved in the economy Margaret Thatcher – British prime minister wanted to make British economy more efficient and competitive through privatization of industries and cutting the power of trade unions welfare assistance in Europe to help the sick, the injured, the unemployed, and the elderly meet resistance for higher/


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