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The Double Political Game of Carter Administration on the New Panama Canal Treaty (1977-1979)

2020-06-18 | By Historian | No Comments | Filed in: District.

:: History of international relations· The Double Political Game of Carter Administration on the New Panama Canal Treaty (1977-1979) The proper settlement of the Panama Canal issue is not only the top priority of the bilateral relations between the United States and Panama, but also the touchstone and barometer of the relations between the United • Read More »

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The Warring States Period and Greece: Where Does the “Cultural Estrangement” between China and the West Originate?

2020-06-18 | By Historian | No Comments | Filed in: District.

This article is the manuscript of “National Humanities and History” in June. Readers are welcome to forward it to their circle of friends. This text is about 19,310 words Reading needs 49 min Today, China and the West are once again at the crossroads of understanding each other. At the level of science and technology, we • Read More »

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The Evolution of U.S. Policy towards Ethiopia during the Cold War: A Historical Investigation Centered on Kaganu Communication Station

2020-06-18 | By Historian | No Comments | Filed in: District.

:: History of international relations· The Evolution of U.S. Policy towards Ethiopia during the Cold War -Historical Investigation Centered on Kagnu Communication Station During the Cold War, the U.S. Government always regarded Africa as a low priority area in global strategy.The fundamental purpose is to exclude the influence of the Soviet Union and Eastern European • Read More »

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Everyone interviewed Peng Xiaoyu of Peking University: One of the bad cultural heritages left to us by the Republic of China is to belittle the study of world history.

2020-06-13 | By Historian | No Comments | Filed in: District.

Peng Xiaoyu: How Large Should the Scale of World History Discipline Be Peng Xiaoyu is a professor in the Department of History of Peking University. The main research directions are church history, church law, American Catholic thought and history. Author of “Church Law Research: History and Theory”, “Christianity and Modern Western Nation-States”, “Social Evil and • Read More »

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Vague “Republicanism”: The Appeal of Philadelphia Craftsmen and the Development of Early Capitalism in the United States

2020-06-11 | By Historian | No Comments | Filed in: District.

History of Europe and America· The vague “republicanism”: The Appeal of Philadelphia Craftsmen and the Development of Early Capitalism 18The end of the century19At the beginning of the century, with the expansion of local commercial capital and the development of the market, the life of American craftsmen changed dramatically.Philadelphia was a typical manufacturing center city • Read More »

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Selected Works “Cambridge Ancient History. Volume 1. Volume 1, Introduction and Prehistory”

2020-06-10 | By Historian | No Comments | Filed in: District.

Cambridge Ancient History. Volume 1. Fascicle 1, Introduction and Prehistory Author:Edwards, C.J. Garder, N.G.L. Hammond, et al.; Wang Lianxing/et al. Published at:March 2020 I  S  B N:9787516196946 Pricing:240.00 yuan Content Abstract:This book is the first volume and fascicle of Cambridge Ancient History, including introduction and prehistory. Starting from the formation of the earth, this book • Read More »

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Selected Works Richard Thorson’s History and Historians: How to Understand Medieval History

2020-06-05 | By Historian | No Comments | Filed in: District.

Publishing HouseShanghai Joint Publishing Company SubtitleSelected Works of Richard William Thorson Original title: History and Historians: Selected Papers of RW Southern Translator: Li Teng Year of Publication: 2019-12 Pricing: 88 ISBN: 9787542668318 Postscript of translation Richard· Richard William Southern (also translated as “Suthern”) is a British 20One of the most famous medieval historians of the • Read More »

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Tiberius’s Retirement to Rhode Island: A Study on the Mechanism of Early Roman Empire’s Throne Evolution

2020-06-03 | By Historian | No Comments | Filed in: District.

Summary:In 6 BC, Tiberius was first granted the power of a civil servant for a period of five years.Later, Augustus arranged for him to go to Armenia to deal with the crisis caused by the death of King TiGranis III.However, Tiberius unexpectedly made a decision to live in seclusion in Rhode Island at this time.There • Read More »

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Selected Works Biography of Greek and Roman Famous People

2020-06-02 | By Historian | No Comments | Filed in: District.

The classic version has been revised again, and the hard surface hardcover thread locking binding is more valuable for collection. The author of this book, Plutarch, is the originator of western biographical literature, thus he is also called the pioneer of western “modern psychological biographers”. His style and style have exerted great influence on the • Read More »

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The History of Christianity Written by Sociologists

2020-05-28 | By Historian | No Comments | Filed in: District.

[Medieval Historical Facts]Pay Attention to Us The History of Christianity Written by Sociologists AuthorRodney StarkChina Social Sciences Publishing HouseOriginal title: The Triumph of Christianity: how the jesus movement became the world’s largest religionTranslator: Zhang Xibei Content Introduction The core question to be answered in this book is: Why can a small Jewish sect in the Roman • Read More »

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