Aswan high dam
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HIGH DAM ASWAN Name: Institution: High Dam Aswan The High Dam at Aswan was built across the Nile between two short valleys, Khor Kundi and Khor Agama that descend the east bank at right angles to the river near the head of the first cataract, which is approximately 680 miles south of the sea, 590 miles south of Cairo, and 40 miles north of the Tropic of Cancer.
Geotechnical
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In this recent days, it is difficult to ignore the accelerating growth of major engineering structures caused by profound change and development in the world.Projects such as big dams steelworks nuclear power stations, oil refineries and a wide range of other projects all need… Take Aswan High dam for example which is 3600 meters long and 111meters high, and…
Obligations to Future Generations
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Modern industrialized economies have provided and unprecedented level of luxury and convenience for humanity. We can travel around the world in a matter of hours or send a text to a neighboring continent in a matter or seconds. Much of the world now enjoys a wide variety of labor saving machines that clean clothes, wash dished and cook food while we watch TV or surf the internet.…
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This profound and accelerated growth cannot be ignored considering that the structural requirement for the construction of big engineering structures such dams and… A simpler definition of a dam would be that it is a man-made barricade for water that is built across a river or large source/mass of water especially at the far ends so as to contain the water for…
RESEARCH PAPER FOR International Relations 511: Middle East Today
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Name Professor Course Date Middle East: Focus on Egypt’s History Introduction The Middle East is the region derived from West Asia and a section North Africa that encompasses nations with similar cultural, religious and historical affiliation. Among the countries in the Middle East is Egypt.… Other sectors in the nation are also at the verge of global…
Cultural and Technologies Effects on Abu Simbel Temple in 12th Century to 15th Century
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The Nile valley is in the northeast region of the African continent, west of the Red sea and south of the Mediterranean Sea. This area has a… There are five key divisions in Egyptian chronology, which are separated by dissolutions, and periods of warfare after which Egypt always managed to renew and restore her. One of those periods is the New Kingdom during…
Ancient Egyptian and Nubian Civilizations
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Ancient Egypt had been dubbed by the Greek historian Herodotus as the 'gift of the Nile' (Brewer & Teeter 16) and he and others maintained that the Nile River and Egypt are intertwined and that the environmental ecosystem, the climatic conditions, the flora and fauna, the rise and fall of the great river that inundates the land and covers it with this black, fertile earth called kemet that contrasts with the parched sands nearby called deshret all conditioned the rise and flowering of a great civilization.…
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Name: Tutor: Course: Date: Water-Energy Crisis in Central Asia Central Asian nations started experiencing social and economic hitches after the break up from the larger Soviet Union Republic. This problem became pronounces within the water and energy sectors of the five nations making up Central Asia.… Prior to the split up, the entire central Asian region…
Nasir's Rise to Power in Egypt
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Egypt had long been held as a British-governed country, even though it had gained its independence in 1922; the British had kept control in roundabout measures, going so… Though he did not become President until 1954, he openly supported a way of life for Egypt that included no presence of Western countries whatsoever, with successful results (Rose &…
The Cold War and U.S. Diplomacy: Presidential Doctrines
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The Cold War and U.S. Diplomacy: Presidential Doctrines Author Institution Abstract This paper discusses the Eisenhower doctrine on national security and focuses on the use of nukes and spooks to prevent Communist or other radical takeovers. The paper begins with a summary of a Middle East situation, which required diplomatic efforts by the Eisenhower administration.…
World Heritage Sites
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In the world there exist places which have exemplary cultures or physical features so much so much so that these have been recognized and listed by UNESCO. These sites may include forests, buildings, monuments, lakes or even just a desert.… In most cases the places that have been highlighted as world heritage sites usually have a special physical appearance…
Fa his 1
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In this, he aimed to harmonize the communist administrations and enable people to converse honestly. The era also marked the beginning of the fall of the Soviet Union. Therefore, Michael began to withdraw… Notably, the need for sovereignty and the existence of a nation emerged as the prominent reasons. The collapse of the military system also enabled the rise…
Nile river
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While Was the River Nile Important for the Rise of Successful States in North Africa? Introduction River Nile is the longest in the world – 6 825 kilometers – whose catchment basin covers about a tenth of the African continent, with an area of over three million square kilometers; as of 1995 and 2005, the total population of the countries of the Nile basin has been estimated at 287 million people (Martinon 53).…
Gamal Abdel Nasser
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Modern Egypt always has been a difficult country to govern. Physical control has been a relatively simple task, for the Egyptians are by nature a submissive people. But positive plans for development continually have been defeated by Egyptian inertia and lack of public responsibility.… The nationalist revival during the period of British occupation revealed a…
Study Nile River
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Nile River Table of Contents Introduction 3 Relevant uses and users of water throughout the Nile basin 4 Social Conditions in the Nile basin 7 Environmental conditions in the basin 9 Trans-boundary issues 11 Conclusion 13 Bibliography 15 Introduction River Nile is the world longest river with extending over 6,000 km to the Mediterranean ocean.… The basin is…
Egypt
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Egypt is located in Northern Africa and is bounded by the Mediterranean Sea on the North and by the Red Sea on the East. It covers a very large area and it latitude and longitude ranges from 22°N to 31°N and 25°E and 35°E.… Its neighboring countries include Libya in the West, Israel and Gaza Strip in the East, and Sudan in the South. Egypt covers a total area…
Why was the Nile River important for the rise of successful states in North Africa
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Why was the Nile River Important for the Rise of Successful States in North Africa? The Nile River is regarded as the longest waterway in the world, with its origins in East-central Africa is serviced by hundreds of tributaries, among them are the White and Blue Nile that link in Sudan. … The river flows for more than 4000 miles through the Sahara desert,…
President Gamal Abdul Nasser of Egypt
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Gamal Abdul Nasser, like other Arab leaders such as Saddam Hussein, Yasser Arafat, Hafiz al-Assad, shared a common trait with them- he adored his mother but had an uneasy relationship with his father. He shared no other characteristic with the other leaders but continued to celebrate his own ordinary background as a man from and of the people. … He was born in…
An end-of-module 3,000 word assessment, comprising of 2 parts: The first part is designed to test your understanding of the deba
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Name: University: Course: Tutor: Date: d) What are the main lessons of Britain’s role in 20th century international history for our foreign policymakers today? Britain’s international history in the early 20th century is littered with cases of imperialism, colonialism and sporadic conflicts with other competing colonial powers like France and Germany.…
Baghdad Pact
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Middle East is one of the most important and strategically significant regions of the world. With large deposits of oil (more than 60 percents of world oil reserves are located in the region)1and other vital energy sources as well as its geographical position that connects major transport routes from Asia to Europe it will sustain its significance for many decades to come. …
What were the aims and objectives of the Baghdad Pact and why did it fail
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With large deposits of oil (more than 60 percents of world oil reserves are located in the region)1and other vital energy sources as well as its geographical position that connects major… In 1955 Iraq signed mutual defense agreement with Turkey. Several other countries such as the United Kingdom, Pakistan, and Iran joined the treaty throughout the year 1955.…
Geography Question-Answer Format Essay
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The three main phases in major cultural and technical development are divided into hunting and gathering, plant cultivation, animal keeping and metal working as well as modern urban and industrial society. The first phase of hunting and gathering describes human beings as an… The Stone Age advanced to be more diverse and altered by progressive use of the tool.…
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The fall of the Roman Empire made Europe scatter. The German became much aggressive in 1890 and this made them to demand for a greater emperor like England and france.Europe settlers provided land for the Germans, Australia and Belgium for the sake of… The Germans made an alliance with Australia while Belgium and Netherlands were neutral.UK alleged protection…
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The implementation and modeling of democracy in Egypt and culture that is attuned with the West has led to numerous different formation… The direction of Egypt to democracy has been callous and incessantly challenging on the countrys cultural, socio-economic and political institutions and constantly affects the country with the present uprising and rebellion…
What characterised the Anglo-American Special Relationship during the Cold War
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The United States of America and Britain have historically cooperated in areas of economic, diplomatic and military engagements based on… ps were cemented by the establishment of close ties between subsequent leaders of these countries as they sought to work together in national goals of influencing global economic and political systems. The cold war era is…
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