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    Serikbay 1 Moldir Oskenbay English group 110 History of Kazakhstan 24 september 2014 Geography of central Asia 24.09.2014 Central Asia is the core region of the Asian continent and stretches from the Caspian Sea in the west to China in the east and from Afghanistan in the south to Russia in the north. It is also sometimes referred to as Middle Asia‚ and‚ colloquially‚ "the ’stans" (as the six countries generally considered to be within the region all have names ending

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    center of republic. However‚ in spite of the fact that Almaty isn’t capital anymore‚ the city hasn’t lost the charm and attractiveness‚ remaining all same valuable for the people and the country‚ as well as many years ago. Almaty still saves a central value in the country‚ even is not the capital of the Kazakhstan. In 1998 under the decree of the President the capital has been transferred to Astana‚ and Almaty was received by the status of a city of republican value in which there was a residence

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    Alexander in Central Asia The Persian king was no longer in control of his destiny‚ having been taken prisoner by Bessus‚ his Bactrian satrap and kinsman. As Alexander approached‚ Bessus had his men fatally stab the Great King and then declared himself Darius’ successor as Artaxerxes V‚ before retreating into Central Asia to launch a guerrilla campaign against Alexander. Darius’ remains were buried by Alexander next to his Achaemenid predecessors in a full regal funeral

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    Subject: Islam in Central Asia Essay topic: 1. “Jadidism was a movement for cultural and social renewal in Central Asia in the early 20th century. For all their belief in progress as embodied by modern Europe‚ the Jadids never wavered in their commitment to seeing themselves and their audience as Muslims.” What were the main elements of the Jadids’ project‚ and how did they synthesise Western modernity and Islam? Introduction: Islam reached the Central Asian region in the 8th century

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    Drug Control in Central Asia This video talks about Central Asia’s drug control problem and how they are not very well equipped to deal with this issue. This video addresses policy issues. These countries do not have the means to control their drug problem. One major factor is heroin coming from Afghanistan. Countries surrounding Afghanistan have a very high rate of heroin abuse. These abusers could be a productive part of society‚ but instead are doing drugs. The video talks about an agency that

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    Title: Post Soviet Gender developments in Central Asia Author: Minakhi Das Institution: Jawaharlal Nehru University‚ New Delhi Email: minakhi.jnu@gmail.com Abstract:- The development process affects men and women differently. Modernization of agriculture has altered the division of labour between the sexes‚ increasing women’s dependent status as well as their workload. Women often lose control over resources such as land and are generally excluded from access to new technology. Due to technological

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    Tajik State University of Commerce Faculty of World Economy and International Economic Relation PhD student Department of World Economy Abdulmajid Bobokhonov Main Macroeconomic Indicators of the Central Asia in 2008-2012 KAZAKHSTAN Territorial area - 2‚724‚900 km2 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 Population (million) GDP( millions of US$) GDP per Capita of US$ GDP annual growth as % Industry in % of GDP Agriculture in % of GDP Service in % of GDP Export (millions of US$) Import (millions of US$)

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    weather here in Texas has completely changed from what you had seen last time. Last month I travelled to North Africa‚ Southwest Asia‚ and Central Asia. The life lived by the native people of that country if completely different from what we live. Let me give you a complete idea of that location. Firstly‚ as you know that North Africa‚ Southwest Asia‚ and Central Asia is located near the equator which makes it experience a tropical type of climate. The climate of that place has the major impact

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    in communications and transportation. Geopolitics in Asia: Russia‚ India and Pakistan-China Cooperation With Russian President Vladimir Putin planning to visit Pakistan‚ some of my Indian friendsjournalists believe that the proposed trip is a kind of punishment for India because of Delhi’s ‘proAmerican’ foreign policy. I think that such a simplistic explanation underestimates the complexity of the situation in the southern part of central Eurasia‚ which will experience new changes after foreign

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    SWOT analysis of Higher Education systems in Central Asia countries to develop distant learning 1. 1. Availability of Normative base for Distant Learning Organizations. In Higher Education system of Independent State countries tuition by correspondence exists for students who work and are not able to attend the classes regularly. It was a traditional way of teaching during the soviet period. This form of teaching let the students learn the pedagogical materials‚ to perform the written works on each

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    The Role of Political Leadership in the USA and Central Asian Countries: Comparative Analysis Political systems can function with no constitution‚ judicial or legislative branches‚ but not a single government can survive with no strong leader‚ a powerful executive to form a state policy. Howard Gardner‚ an American psychologist‚ in his book “Leading Minds: An Anatomy of Leadership‚” defined a leader as “an individual (or‚ rarely‚ a set of individuals) who significantly affects the thoughts‚ feelings

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    Measures in Asia. The dynamics and challenges of the XXI century are sweeping and unpredictable. The first decade of the XXI century sets new time and space parameters defining the content characteristics of international relations. Central Asia lies at the nexus of three great culture regions: Asia‚ the Middle East‚ and Europe. This geographical position has profoundly guided the region`s historical development‚ as various peoples‚ ideas‚ goods‚ and technologies have flowed into Central Asia from the

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    roads & Byzantium 1 It helped set the stage because long distance trade was happening between east and west Asia already which brought the influence and beginning of silk roads. 2 The fine spices-cloves‚ nutmeg‚ mace‚ and cardamom came from Southeast Asia. Ginger came from China and Southeast Asia‚ pepper from India‚ and sesame oil from India‚ Arabia‚ and Southeast Asia. Central Asia produced large‚ strong horses and high-quality jade. The Roman Empire came glassware‚ jewelry‚ works of art‚ decorative

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    Asia has experienced decades of peace and stability with many experts providing competing views as to whether this stability will continue or would it be just the ‘calm before the storm’ as depicted by some experts foreseeing inevitable use of force by Asian states to achieve its respective political means. I intend to provide a brief summary on the argument made by Alagappa in the chapter ‘Introduction: Predictability and Stability Despite Challenges’ of his book ‘Asian Security Order: Instrumental

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    Name: Patrick Smith Period: 6th Date: 1/ 29/ 13 CHANGE AND CONTINUITY ESSAY PACKET UNDERSTANDING WORDS This essay asks students to access how larger global issues and themes such as gender‚ trade‚ technology‚ and environment have changed and remained the same. If any one essay will give students difficulties‚ it is likely that this essay will. Students will not only have to identify areas of change‚ but also areas of continuity across

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    CHANGE AND CONTINUITY OVER TIME ESSAY TOPICS Students should organize these essays with three chronological paragraphs. Each essay will traditionally cover only one historical period but each period has numerous sub-periods. The periods in AP World History include: I. Broad Historical Periods and Sub-Periods A. Foundations Period 1. Prehistory: 1‚000‚000 BCE to 5000 BCE 2. River Valley Civilizations: 5000 BCE to 1200 BCE 3. Classical Civilizations: 1200 BCE to 600 CE B. Post-Classical

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    Fauna in Asia

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    Fauna of Asia is all the animals living in Asia and its surrounding seas and islands. Since there is no natural biogeographic boundary in the west between Europe and Asia‚ the term "fauna of Asia" is somewhat elusive. Asia is the eastern part of the Palearctic ecozone (which in turn is part of the Holarctic)‚ and its South-Eastern part belongs to the Indomalaya ecozone (previously called the Oriental region). Asia shows a notable diversity of habitats‚ with significant variations in rainfall‚ altitude

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    Case Analysis Asia

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    1. Summary (1-3 sentences) The board of directors of a Swiss-based chemical company has a dilemma of choosing the suitable person for regional marketing manager in Asia. 2. Problem (what the company has to do - affirmative sentence) To select the most suitable person for the regional marketing manager in Asia. 3. Cast of characters (people and/or companies) Manfred Englemann (managing director); Jean-Claude Longaud (personnel director); Pieter Junker (technical director); Johann Straub (potential

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    of the foreign actors on the values of Central Asian countries Introduction Central Asia is neighbor to few countries‚ which play a strategic role in the world. It is a special region in the sense that it has “European traditions” and it is – unlike many other territories in today’s world – not antagonistic toward the West and it values. In fact‚ they welcome western ideologies and try to follow them. A considerable part of the population in Central Asia regards the European way of social and

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    Otis Asia Pacific (a)

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    After reviewing all the details of the challenges and competitors position within the region (PAO)‚ I believe that the main problem is a lack of coordination and information between different countries in the Asia Pacific. Please follow me for a moment on this thought: Our Region is growing fast‚ mainly in Japan and India. Some countries as Hong Kong where the market is mature the business is driving by price. Our key business will be the service‚ because of technology is driven by Japanese companies

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