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Unit 15 Asia postWW2

Asia since World War II

This part of Japan's constitution forbids a military except for a small self-defense force Article 9
Location of the protests that led Deng Xiaoping to send in troops and tanks to crush them. Tiananmen Square
Method used by China to combat overpopulation one child policy
Discrimination on this is illegal in India, but still prevalent in many rural areas caste system
After independence, India divided into the Hindu nation of India and the Muslim nation of: Pakistan
After losing the Chinese Civil War to Mao Zedong and the Communists, Chiang Kai-shek and the Nationalists fled here Taiwan
Agriculture program of Mao Zedong designed to advance the Chinese economy. It failed horribly resulting in the starvation of 15 million people) Great Leap Forward
Campaign by Mao Zedong to eliminate his enemies and to create "Permanent Revolution". Had students carry around Little Red Books, and had Red Guards destroy the "four olds" Cultural Revolution
India led this bloc of nations during the Cold War that didn't choose sides between the United States and the Soviet Union nonaligned
Disputed territory between India and Pakistan Kashmir
Location of fighting between Sinhalese Buddhists and Tamil Hindus Sri Lanka
Communist leader in Vietnam who led resistance against the French and later, the United States. An example of nationalism Ho Chi Minh
Leader of the Khmer Rouge, the Cambodian Communist group, responsible for a genocide. Pol Pot
Chinese leader who incorporated elements of capitalism into the communist system, but did not incorporate political reforms Deng Xiaoping
The partition of India is largely due to conflict between these two groups Hindus and Muslims
Refusal to obey a law considered unjust civil disobedience
Since the end of World War II, Korea has been divided along this line 38th parallel
After World War II, Vietnam is divided along this line 17th parallel
In 1997, this city was turned over to China by Great Britain as scheduled by treaty Hong Kong
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