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some of the early traders in the Eastern Mediterranean. Phoenicians and Romans
were important trade products carried along the Silk Road Silk, paper, and spices
from China to South Asia to the Eastern Mediterranean Sea. sea routes
sections of the trade routes were dominated by the Muslim empires Western
The Muslim empires became very wealthy for centuries because they had monopoly on the routes for goods traded from China to the Eastern Mediterranean.
Europeans established trade directly with South Asia and China when Portuguese sailors rounded Africa and arrived on the west coast of India.
In addition to products for trade _________were carried along the trade routes. religion, ideas, and disease
The British in India were an example of imperialism.
leader of the Indian independence movement Mohandas K. Gandhi
was formed to be a forum to discuss India’s problems. The Indian National Congress and the Muslim League
was a solution given to India in 1947 India and Pakistan became independent countries: India for Hindus and Pakistan for Muslims
considered the world’s largest democracy India
were never under direct British rule Afghanistan, Nepal, and Bhutan
An example of the impact of globalization in India is the growing information technology industry.
India and Pakistan have fought wars over their competing claims to Kashmir.
Upon independence, Pakistan was divided into West Pakistan and East Pakistan
East Pakistan later broke away and is now called Bangladesh
caused tension between India and Pakistan to increase in 1998 Nuclear weapons testing
South Asia’s richest country Pakistan
All of South Asia’s countries are developing countries
is a negative feature of the Green Revolution Land and rivers becoming polluted
The USA invaded Afghanistan in 2001 because Al Qaida attacked the USA and their terrorist cells were in Afghanistan.
some of the largest cities in India. New Delhi, Mumbai, and Calcutta
is a store of useful assets or advantages Capital
a buyer and seller of commodities for profit Merchant
rule or sovereignty by a single person. Monarchy
of or relating to a city. Urban
the moving from one country, place or locality to another Migration
is the making of something to involve or affect the entire world Globalization
is a practice by which a country increases its power by gaining control over other countries. Imperialism
a system in which goods are owned in common and are available to all as needed. Communism
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