Brexit: Causes and Consequences

Brexit

The term Brexit corresponds to Britain Exit – an expression that means British Exit and which gained wide worldwide repercussion with the result of the plebiscite of June 23, 2016, after the victory of the yes by 51.9% of the votes, as a result of the option of population by leaving the United Kingdom, mainly England, from the European Union . Brexit Causes The victory of Brexit occurred mainly in…

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Agriculture in Developed and Underdeveloped Countries

Agriculture in Developed and Underdeveloped Countries

Agriculture in developed countries With the agricultural revolution of the 20th century ( green revolution ), rich countries began to employ less and less labor in rural activities. In this group of countries, agriculture is modern and uses advanced production resources, such as the intensive use of pesticides , fertilizers, mechanization, biotechnological resources and adequate methods of soil management. The result of this is high productivity and large agricultural production.…

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NATO and its Objectives

NATO and its Objectives

Interested in containing an eventual Soviet threat, the USA and its allies entered into a series of political-military alliances aimed at strengthening and unifying the Armed Forces of anti-communist nations, both in Western Europe and in other regions of the world. The first and most famous of which is the NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization – NATO, in English defined by Abbreviationfinder), established in 1949 and whose founding members were…

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The Three Industrial Revolutions

The Three Industrial Revolutions

1st Industrial Revolution According to loverists, the First Industrial Revolution took place in England, in the 18th century (1780-1830). England was the first country to go through this revolution. Around 1830, the Industrial Revolution was completed in England, and from there it migrated to the European continent. It arrived in Belgium and France, countries close to the British archipelago. Around the middle of the 19th century, it crossed the Atlantic…

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Main Hydrographic Basins in the World

Main Hydrographic Basins in the World

We can highlight in each continent some hydrographic basins of great importance for human use. American continent America has land in all climatic zones, with the exception of the Antarctic glacial zone. For this reason it presents a dense and quite varied hydrographic network. Depending on the use and the degree of importance for transport, we can highlight: – North America – The Mackenzie and São Lourenço rivers, in Canada.…

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Economic Blocks

Economic Blocks

The economic blocs are associations of countries that aim to strengthen and privilege trade relations and improve the economy among themselves, in addition to boosting relations with other blocs and countries. The end of the Cold War acted as a stimulus for the regionalization of the economy and the formation of blocs organized based on commercial interests. The dispute for hegemony started to be determined by commercial competition, and the…

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British Commonwealth of Nations

British Commonwealth of Nations

Between 1649 and 1660, Oliver Cromwell’s government already used the term Commonwealth in England , in reference to the community of peoples that made up the British kingdom. Denominated in English The Commonwealth of Nations or simply The Commonwealth, the British Commonwealth of Nations is an association of sovereign states formed by the United Kingdom and some of its former colonies, which spontaneously decided to maintain bonds of friendship and…

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Sights in Berlin

Berlin

Berlin is not only the capital of Germany, but also the largest city in the country with around 3.6 million inhabitants. It looks back on an eventful history, not least it was a divided city for many years. This is reflected in numerous museums, as well as in many art exhibitions. Today the city pulsates and offers leisure activities and entertainment for every taste. Berlin is a stronghold for cultural…

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FLIGHTS, ACCOMMODATION AND MOVEMENT IN RIGA

FLIGHTS, ACCOMMODATION AND MOVEMENT IN RIGA

The Old Town of Riga cannot be missed on a weekend trip to Latvia. Flying to Riga The Latvian national airline Air Baltic operates to Riga from all of Finland’s largest airports. Finnair also transports passengers to the city without stopovers. You can get a one-way flight with up to a couple of dozen, and you can also travel from Turku and Tampere. There is no ferry connection from Finland…

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