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Kuwaiti Women

Kuwait is an Islamic country in the Arabian world largely governed by the Shi’a and the Sunni law, which are part of the laws of Islam. Despite the restriction on women rights from most Arabian countries, Kuwait has made great strides in empowering woman politically, at work, in marriages and social activities.

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League Of Legends

The computerization of the human life has become a norm in a contemporary society. However, it has also brought several problems. Nowadays, the computer is a tool, with which one can earn money, communicate with other people, and study. However, the benefits it brings depend on the way in which it is used.

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Older citizens are more likely to vote than younger ones

The record generational gap that played out at the voting stations in the last two presidential decisions is resounded by huge contrasts by age in mentalities about the tradeoff between diminishing the government debt and safeguarding emoluments for the old.

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The Impact of Marketisation on the Educational System

In 1981, when the neoliberal doctrine started to take hold over the economic and social life of the United Kingdom, Ronald Reagan said in his State of the Union address that, “Only when individuals are given a personal stake in deciding policies […] societies remain alive, dynamic, prosperous, progressive and free

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To What Extent Did The Japanese Change Korean Culture During The Imperial Period

The imperial period covers the years of 1910-1945. The colonial period that also includes the Korean War of 1950-1953 and the present time is one of the most controversial and problematic issues of Korean history. The development of Korea under Japanese protectorate (1905-1910) and later as part of the Empire of Japan (1910-1945) left a big mark not only in the memory of Koreans but also greatly influenced its history.

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