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Through the lens of communism, state societies produce conflicts and wars. Specifically, wars represent conflicts of the ruling classes of different nations. From this point of view, the international conflict caused by North Korea firing second missile over Japan is the result of class capitalist societies, including the United States...

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Based on the case study, Sony should come up with access and data protection controls to promote information security for unreleased digital films and emails. According to the information in the case study, the attack was severe because it indicated massive confidential data were stolen. The attackers accessed a broad...

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Islam is a unifying force of all middle eastern countries with the exception of Israel. As such it is centripetal rather than centrifugal. Islam is the dominant religion in all the Middle Eastern countries outside of Israel where it is the second most dominant religion for 16.9% of the population....

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The international lending institutions have a significant role in the development of a country whether politically, socially or economically to provide monetary assistance together with other support to developing countries which are growing. Such institution is like the World Bank and the IMF. One of the developing nations India, the...

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Arabic language has numerous dialects within five regional forms. The Arabic language is Semitic language and traces its roots to the Arabian Peninsula. The major difference occurs between the spoken languages that are found in different regions. For instance, some form of Arabic is not incomprehensible to other people from...

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The podcast “Styles of Music of the Arab World” discusses the many types of Arabic music that exist. The podcast is hosted by Georges Collinet, who uses interviews from experts on Arabic music as well as artists in the Arabic music tradition to tell the listener about this diverse form...

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Introduction Abu Dhabi, the capital of the United Arab Emirates was until the 1960's a settlement of around 1,500 people, mostly locals on the waterfront. These people lived mostly in traditional huts constructed out of palm fronds or in tents and had no public services. With the discovery of oil...

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