Emre Can Petek, International University of Sarajevo, Sarajevo
April 9, 2013
There are so many leaders in this world who shaped the destiny and created a new order for their countries. Two of very popular leaders are Mahatma Gandhi(India) and Genghis Khan(Mongolia). This research makes an analysis of these specific leaders, with focusing on their skills and how they changed the world, the ways they used while they were in charge. This paper will mention their lives also their strong characteristics, what they have in common or different sides of each. Thus, this paper will try to reach to an end whose methods are more proper or which one did better jobs.
Key words: Mahatma Gandhi, Genghis Khan, conquest, freedom, violence, riot, culture , systems, orders, power, ideas
In this world, there were so many leaders who shaped the history by fighting in war arena or by their ideas, thinking ways or attitudes etc. But their main aim was to solve the problems in their countries or to conquer new territories to spread their culture and to have strong position in world politics.These were the main goal of all great leaders in the history.
For achieving goals, leaders could use so variable methods such as having wins in the war arena or without using bullets as Mahatma Gandhi did. But, we should not forget that whatever they do is for sake of their countries and new generations who will grow up in those regions.
In this paper, I will briefly analyze Mahatma Gandhi and Genghis Khan, their leadership skills, why they are important and how they brought the new orders into system and world politics. Both of them did so many sacrifies while doing these revolutions, they didn’t see their families so much as an example. The paper will focus on especially how they did achieve their success, what ways they did use while the process.
Thus, this paper will try to have a conclusion about their successes and how they brought
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