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China's Population Problem
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... Shanghai, and Tianjin. However these cities have a low fertility rate due to recent bandwagons of birth control. The average density in the eastern half of China averages around two-hundred and thirty-six people per square kilometer, whereas the density in the west half averages around ten point six people persquare kilometer (Hsu 1). Current enforcement of Chinese laws prevents migration between provinces without proper authorization, as the citizens in the west half of China have a desire to live in a more urban life where jobs can be found easier, and the citizens in the more populous eastern half have ...




Israel - The Presidential Brief
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... the taxi driver, or the merchant is sure that their solution to these life and death problems are the right decision. On Friday, May 14, 1948, after much deliberation the modern state of Israel was voted into existence by the United Nations. Finally the Jews around the world had a country to call their own. Unfortunately, the road ahead of them was not an easy or peaceful one. There are many organizations that have dedicated their existence to destroying the people and country of Israel. The leader in this battle against Israel is Hamas, the Islamic Resistance Movement. Hamas uses many tactics to achiev ...




The Dust Bowl
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... the region was covered with hardy grasses that held the fine-grained soil in place in spite of the long recurrent droughts and occasional torrential rains characteristic of the area. A large number of homesteaders settled in the region in the 30 years before World War I, planting wheat and row crops and raising cattle. Both of these land uses left the soil exposed to the danger of erosion by the winds that constantly sweep over the gently rolling land. Beginning in the early 1930s, the region suffered a period of severe droughts, and the soil began to blow away. The organic matter, clay, and silt in the soil were c ...




Japan
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... lowest point in Japan is sea level. In Tokyo, Japan the high temperature occurs in August when the temperature reached 86 degrees Fahrenheit or 30 degrees Celsius. The low temperature in Tokyo, Japan occurs in the months of January and February when temperatures only reach 30 degrees Fahrenheit or 1 degrees Celsius. The language spoken in Japan is Japanese. The other languages are minority languages. The religion in Japan is made up of 85% of Shinto and/or Buddhism and the other 15% are made up of others such as Shinko Shakyo (new religions) and Christianity. People in Japan have the ethnic backgrounds of 99% ...




Mongolia
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... power is vested in the People's Great Khural of Deputies, elected every three years by universal suffrage. From this body is chosen a nine-member Presidium to exercise state affairs. Under Genghis Khan in the 13th century, Mongolia conquered most of Asia and much of Europe. In the 14th century the empire collapsed and came under Chinese rule. During the 1911 Chinese Revolution, Mongolia, with Russian backing, declared its independence; a republic was formed in 1924. Officially recognized by China in 1946, Mongolia became a member of the United Nations in 1961. In 1966 a Mongolian-Soviet assistance pact rein ...




"The Baltics: Nationalities And Other Problems"
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... the twelfth century the marshes and forest-lands along the eastern coast of the Baltic Sea were left in the more or less undisturbed possession of a number of pagan tribes. The Esths and Livs in the northern regions belonged to the Finnish branch of the Ural-Altaic family, while another group farther to the south, subdivided into Letts, Borussians and Lithuanians, ... was of Indo-European stock. The Borussians, who moved southward to what is now East Prussia, were early subdued and assimilated by the Germans, while the Letts tended to push northward into Livonia."(1) The area we now call the Baltics remained ...




Chad
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... and meadows. Chad is located in Central Africa and is between the Central African Republic and Libya. The total area is 1,259,200 km2, and the land area is 1,259,200 km2.2 The total size in area of Chad is slightly more than three times the size of California. The land boundaries of Chad are; Cameroon (1,094 km), Central African Republic (1,197 km), Libya (1,055 km), Niger (1,175 km), Nigeria (87 km), and Sudan (1,360 km).3 All of these countries total to 5,968 km. Chad is landlocked which has no coastline. It has no marital claims. The disputes between Chad and other countries is that Libya claims and occupies the ...




Ukraine
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... 75. LANGUAGE The native language of Ukraine is Ukrainian. This language is a mixture of both the Russian language and the Polish language. Russian is also widely spoken, with about 88% of the people speaking these languages. RELIGION Religion is a broad area because there are a lot of different religions practiced in Ukraine. Most believers are Orthodox Christians. There is also a large Eastern-rite Catholic population in the western part of the country. Protestant, Judaic, and Moslem religions are also practiced. The major churches are the Ukrainian Autocephalous Orthodox Church the Ukrainian Catholic C ...




Comparison Of Mexico And The United States
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... The national government consists of the same three branches as Mexico, which each branch specifically designed to check and balance each other, all interrelated and overlapping, yet each quite distinct. (Adrian, 1978). In Mexico, supreme executive authority is vested in the president, who is elected to serve one six-year term; a bit longer than a U.S. president who is elected to serve a four-year term.. The Mexican president's power of appointment extends to the members of his cabinet and the attorney general, and to the territorial and federal district governors, diplomatic officials, the higher officers of the a ...




Climates In Tropical Africa
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... in the equatorial heart is very plentiful and reliable. However, there is much less rainfall towards the outer edges of the rain belt. Periodic and unpredictable droughts are a characteristic feature of these border zones. There are three climatic zones in Tropical Africa: 1. a region of persistent rain at and near the Equator, 2. a region on each side of this of summer rain and winter drought, and 3. a region at the northern and southern edges afflicted by drought. All the climates listed in the previous paragraph are modified in the eastern parts of Tropical Africa by the mountains and monsoons. The s ...




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