(Solution) Hist 410N Week 5 Discussion: Cold War and the End of Empires

What accounts for the rather late emergence of African countries as independent nation-states? Is there something peculiar about Africa that delayed its drive for independence? Why has the Arab-Israeli conflict been so persistent? What religious and cultural factors have contributed to the persistent state of unrest in the Middle East and, in particular, in what some people refer to as the Holy Land?


According to Cooper (2015, the Europeans power had not colonized African until the 19th century.  After the Second World War, many Europeans nations turned their attention to Africa.  However, it is worth noting that real Britain and African had the largest empires in African and had taken into account their own economic as well as social reforms.  The European powers had divided the African countries into territories that disregarded the ethnic make-up of the content. After the Second World War, most of the European countries were left in a destructive state. On the other hand, when it comes to Africa, most of the countries were not ready for self-governance. In fact, in most of these countries, there were no laid down governance metrics in place (Cooper, 2015). Taking this into account, it……….Please click the Paypal icon below to purchase full solution for only $5