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Learnings from Bill Clinton's autobiography "My Life"

The first thing I will share is what all I learnt about the US political system and the World history by reading Bill Clinton’s autobiography “My Life”


Thinking Aloud: Darius's Rules of International Engagement, #2

May 27, 2015 by Darius 

Here’s my second rule: chess is a great game, but it is an absolutely terrible analogy for international engagement.

The appeal of chess as an analogy is easy to see: politicians and others long to see themselves as the grandmaster behind the board, manipulating pieces to concoct a brilliant trap for the opponent to stumble into.  496 more words

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Cooper: We learned the value of vigilance 70 years ago

In a 1935 book, Paths of Glory, later a movie starring Kirk Douglas, one of the characters says “war never settled anything except who was strongest.” 577 more words


Neolithic Era or the Agricultural Revolution (the New Stone Age)

8000 – 2000 B.C.E.

Until the last ice age ended around 11,500 years ago man had been a hunter-gatherer, hunting animals and gathering wild plants for food. 2,208 more words

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After effects of WW1. ( World history ) :

Even after the official end of World War I, its far-reaching effects resounded in the world for decades in the forms of changing politics, economics and public opinion. 888 more words

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Early Empires of Mesopotamia

2234 – 1000 B.C.E.

Most of the world’s early great civilizations were located in river valleys. Rivers provided a regular supply of water, which is necessary for survival. 1,012 more words

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The Paleolithic Era

40,000 – 8000 B.C.E.

The period known as the Upper Paleolithic or Late Stone Age, which dates from about 40,000  to 10,000 years ago, was a time of notable advances in human mental development and technology. 1,316 more words

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