The history of Berlin wall

Walls in people’s heads are sometimes more constricting than those of concrete and steel.’ A quote by Willy Brandt, the mayor of West Berlin. The Berlin Wall would create not only a border between East and West Berlin but also emphasize the understanding between the Allies that the Soviets would assert dominance over its eastern … Read more

Childish Gambino: the hero from America

Childish Gambino covered many aspects of what is really going on nowadays and issues that worry Americans in 2018. He showed the problems American society is facing and paying special attention to the role of black people in it. Glover touched on a lot of issues modern America has such as: racism, suicide, obsession with … Read more

Political ideology in the USA

Political ideology can be defined as a set of rules, regulations, values ??or beliefs held by an individual or group of individuals in particular that define or establish norms rather than how society behaves and provides evidence of some social order. With this in mind, it is important to emphasize that each person in the … Read more

The repression and war in Persepolis by Marjane Satrapi

The autobiographical novel Persepolis by Marjane Satrapi, depicts the life altering experiences she encounters from growing up during the Iranian revolution and war. Satrapi’s naive and minimalistic perception of war drastically changes as she becomes an adult, by witnessing tragedies and death of family members and friends throughout the novel. Moreover, she becomes more coherent … Read more

A Depiction Of Berlin In Robert Walser’s “Berlin Stories” and Walter Benjamin’s “Berlin Childhood Around 1900”

Robert Walser’s “Berlin Stories” is a collection of vignettes that track his observation during his jaunts through the city. Walter Benjamin’s “Berlin Childhood Around 1900” is an attempt by Benjamin to recollect his urban childhood as an adult in exile. They both write about Berlin at the turn of the century but are able to … Read more

Mussolini’s Rise to Power

Mussolini’s Rise to Power After serving in the Italian army during WW1, Mussolini returned home, looking for a way to unify the Italian people. In 1918, he began to deliver emotional speeches, calling for a dictator to head the country. He argued that only a strong leader could unite the people to overcome Italy’s postwar … Read more

The American Federation of Labor

The American Federation of Labor was established in 1886, in Columbus, Ohio. Samuel Gompers, who served as the first president of the AFL from 1886-1924 (except for 1895), was born in London in 1850 and immigrated to the United States when he was thirteen years old. The Gompers were a family of Jewish cigar makers, … Read more

Bloody Sunday 1972

On the afternoon of Sunday the 30th of January 1972 soldiers from the British Parachute Regiment, one of the fearsome UK militia units fighting the battle in the north of Ireland, attacked a civil rights march in the town of Derry, killing or fatally wounding fourteen civilians and injuring two dozen more in an event … Read more

NEC Pacific Asia Internship Report

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS The time I spent in NEC Pacific Asia as an intern from March to July 2018 was an unforgettable one for me as it was rich in experience and helped me realize my potential of working in an IT industry. I had a lot of opportunities that I believe will perpetually grow and influence … Read more

The United States Secret Service

The United States Secret Service, often abbreviated as USSS, is a federal law enforcement agency. Currently it is under the jurisdiction of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security. The USSS was founded on July 5, 1865 under the Johnson administration. It was created to combat the widespread counterfeiting of U.S. currency at the time. Originally, … Read more

The Situation In Nauru And Manus Island: Liability For Crimes Against Humanity In The Detention Of Refugees And Asylum Seekers

For those who’ve come across the seas we’ve boundless plains to share; With courage let us all combine To Advance Australia Fair. These words familiar to all of us are part of our national anthem but is our government really trying to fulfil them? As of April this year there are 1,369 asylum seekers in … Read more

Court system in ancient Greece.

There are many things that Ancient Greece gave to us, one of those things just happens to be our court system. That’s right the Jury and trial system we got from those weird naked people…aawwkkwwarrd. Anyways, here are some things about the one in ancient Greece. Size Matters By modern standards, ancient Athenian juries were … Read more

The Valley of the Kings

The Valley of the Kings is where King Tutankhamun and over 60 other kings and pharaohs are buried, but most of the tombs were looted by grave robbers. In 1500 B.C., the Egyptian pharaohs stopped building great pyramids in which some would be buried. Instead of burying them in the great pyramids they buried them … Read more

Japan and Europe feudalism

Feudalism was established in Europe by the 800s CE but appeared later in the 1100s in japan. European feudalism ended by the growth of a stronger political states in the 16th century, but Japanese feudalism held on until the meji restoration of 1868. Feudal Japanese and European societies were built on a system of heredity … Read more

Dempsey and Firpo

George Bellows’ piece titled Dempsey and Firpo represents the fight on the century in the nineteenth hundred between an American heavyweight champion Jack Dempsey and his Argentine rival Luis Angel Firpo. This piece was made in 1924 as Bellows sat ringside sketching, and later deciding to turn one of the sketches into a painting (Art … Read more

The history and culture of Italy

The history of Italy can be characterized as two periods of unity separated by a millennia and a half of division. In the sixth to third centuries BCE the Italian city of Rome conquered Peninsular Italy; over the next few centuries this empire spread to dominate the Mediterranean and Western Europe. This Roman Empire would … Read more

World neighbors and neighborhood today

South Asian perspective A bad neighbor is a misfortune, as much as a good neighbor is a blessing. Neighbors are the people who live near us, and their behaviour influences our daily life. Good neighbors can make us feel comfortable and help us in many ways, and everyone will be benefited from a good relationship … Read more

Investigative Journalism Characteristics And Challenges

Investigative Journalism assumes a key part in serving society by recognizing defilement, improving straightforwardness, and fortifying general feeling. Investigative Journalism of value and pertinence is significant in itself in what it can improve the situation common people and for society, ordinarily holding up truth to control, it can assume an instrumentalist part in re-empowering proficient … Read more

Sadie book review

This book completely and utterly broke my heart, in the best way possible! I had never heard of Courtney Summer or about her books before. I stumbled upon this one quite accidentally when I saw one of my favourite reviewers giving it a 5 star rating on goodreads. I was curious and when I found … Read more

Representation of Women during Partition Through Train to Pakistan by Khushwant Singh and Ice candy man by Bapsi Sidhwa

In ‘Train to Pakistan’ Khushwant Singh represents the situations in Mano Majra (a small village of Punjab, Pakistan). Sikh religion is in majority in this village and Muslim, Hindu and Pseudo-Christian are other religions present in this village. They all live happily with brotherhood. But the partition makes violence and horror among the people. The … Read more

Old Town of Albuquerque

Everything is beautiful in Old Town of Albuquerque, New Mexico. The weather is perfect for me: hot and dry. The food is delicious, always zippy and flavorful. Meat, beans, and rice are complimented by mouth-watering sopapillas fresh from frying, hot enough to scald my hands and give the honey I drizzle on them the consistency … Read more

Biography and Life Path Of Egon Schiele

Egon Schiele Every generation has their punks. Be they musicians, writers, or artists, those individuals ahead of their times – while infamous during their lives – create legacies that last years after their deaths. Austrian painter Egon Schiele is certainly one of these controversial and memorable personalities. Best identified as a 20th century Expressionist painter, … Read more

5TH GENERTION WARFARE

5th Generation Warfare is not new, revolutionary or a novel invention. It is part of the human experience. In the xGW framework, it is defined as “the secret deliberative manipulation of actors, networks, institutions, states or any earlier generational warfare forces to achieve a goal or set of goals across a combination of socioeconomic and … Read more

The Bangladesh Cyclone Of 1991

The Bangladesh Cyclone of 1991 Natural disasters are those of which tragedies no one is able to control. They bring great destruction as well as life changing scenarios. An example of a natural disaster would be a cyclone. The best way to describe a cyclone is to compare it with a hurricane, they both are … Read more

An Overview of Delta Air Lines

Delta Airlines is the largest and top airline in the United States, headquarter in Atlanta, Georgia. Delta has a gargantuan center that resides at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport. Delta Airline minister to over 180 million customers every year. The airline is named top 50 most admired company for its seventh consecutive year. Delta airlines operates … Read more

Martial Law Under Field Marshal Ayub Khan [1958-62]

Martial Law Under Field Marshal Ayub Khan [1958-62] On October 7, 1958, President Iskander Mirza abrogated the Constitution and declared Martial Law in the country. This was the first of many military regimes to mar Pakistan’s history. With this step, the Constitution of 1956 was abrogated, ministers were dismissed, Central and Provincial Assemblies were dissolved … Read more