Language and imperialism:
Resentment towards "American linguistic imperialism" is misdirected resentment towards the sheer number of countries with English as L1/L2(e.g India, SA) and role of English in EU and UN. The real fear is that non-Anglophone regions will be marginalized economically or lose their identity if globalization is conducted in English.
Can anyone ID the ingredients in this photo:
Diasporas by size:
Learning about GPS's military origins in detail
Everyone from Gallileo to Harrison worked to achieve this.
Renaissance globalization in an unexoected direction. Mughal portrait of Queen Elizabeth I.
Modern Arabic art.
Order vs. chaos
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