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Global Thomas Sankara, the Che Guevara of Burkina Faso 중산중학교
Thomas Sankara, the great leader of Africa, renamed Upper Volta Burkina Faso, which means "a country of honest people" after he was sworn in as the fifth president of the Republic of Upper Volta. Among the significant economic policies he carried out was the "self-management policy," which rejected ...
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Global Wetlands-our key to the future 대전삼육초등학교
These days, people are destroying wetlands and building roads and buildings over it. People think that wetlands are not important, that they are just useless pieces of land. However, wetlands are vital for our life. Wetland filter the water clean, provide food supplies, stop global warming, and are ...
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Global Racism in the World 천진국제학교
In the globalized world, there are many places or situation where people from diverse culture coexist. However, racism is inevitable in those situations. Racism is prejudice, discrimination, or antagonism directed against someone of a different race based on the belief that one's own race is superio...
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Global The Conflict between Lebanon and Syria 중산중학교
No Image An estimated toll of sixty percent of the world's violence related deaths have been in the Middle East and North Africa region since 2000. According to a report by the International Monetary fund, Middle East and North Africa states that bordering war zones have suffered an average annual GDP declin...
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Global Looking at India''''s Caste system Port Vila International School
India has a caste system which divides the Hindus into four large groups of Brahmins, Kshatriyas, Vaishyas, and Shudras. These main castes could be further divided into 3,000 castes and 25,000 sub-castes. This system has been limited the living style, each groups of caste members had a set place to ...
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Global The fury of Mother Nature 대전삼육초등학교
No Image Summer’s hot, nobody can deny it. But, you can notice that summer is getting unusually hot. Many people spent this summer with their fans and air conditioners, and they were still sweating. Because of the temperature, from 1991 to 2011 in Korea, the heat waves caused 442 deaths. That is 21 people dy...
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Global Who should be defined as refugees? Port Vila International School
No Image Dealing what to do for refugees have been a huge discussion and a problem to face for many European countries for several years. Korea now started to face this refugee problem after the 486 Yemenis refugees that entered the island of Jeju in Korea recently. The petition to President Moon-Jae-In r...
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Global Destination of Environmental Refugees? Seoul International School
Global warming, sea level rise, and such other types of effects resulting from excessive man-made pollution are thriving in our globe, and this came to be in a mere decade or so. As development proceeds to the economically developed nations, such as America or China, manufacturing processes and fa...
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Global Global Warming’s Warning: Summer of 2018 봉의고등학교
It’s a no brainer that the hottest time of the year is during summer, when the sun hesitates to go down and the days are longer than ever. What’s alarming about this particular summer of 2018, however, is its record-breaking high temperatures around the world. From Europe to Asia, no continent on th...
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Global The Pros of the Reunification of the Two Koreas 봉의고등학교
No Image Geographically, Korea as a country is a peninsula, with the ocean covering three sides of the land. Realistically, however, North and South Korea are separated- meaning that South Korea serves as an island, with no land to travel on all four sides. In recent years, with the seemingly smooth se...
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