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By Ashley Riley 0 Comment November 29, 2020

The white of the onion, the red of the tomato and the green of the basil. The dominant colors in the salad bowl actually give us a tip about the homeland of this salad. Panzanella is an excellent salad born in the fields of Toscana and produced by farmers. It was presented to the King […]

Peace Threat

By Ashley Riley 0 Comment November 24, 2020

Many of the conflicts in today are connected to the nationalism, but nationalism is not always a bad concept. If people’s of any country support the civic nationalism, there is no problem at there. However, ethnic nationalism is a totally different concept. There is an opinion that any nation is superior to others in ethnic […]


By Ashley Riley 0 Comment October 21, 2020

When we talk about capitalism, we ought to know it is a very long process to understand. Moreover, it’s effects are huge and easily seen by anyone all around the world. To figure out those negative effects we should analyze it in many ways. Because capitalism had come with many impacts, we should seperate that […]

One Bullet Countless Losses

By Ashley Riley 0 Comment September 9, 2020

When Serbian Nationalists tried to assasinate[1] heir to the throne of Austrian-Hungary Empire, they may not think about the one bullet is going to kill not only nephew of the current King but also more than thousands of million people. In order to understand Great War, we must take into the consideration of past 50 […]


By Yasin Alkan 0 Comment August 6, 2020

The resistance that started against the harsh intervention of the police in a bar called Stonewall on 28th June 1969 is first resistence against system. Police, who frequently intervened in bars with LGBT members in the 1960s, increased the violence to the highest level in June 1969. The resistance lasted 4 days and it was […]

Will of the People or the Ability to Collect Votes

By Yasin Alkan 0 Comment August 6, 2020

Although democracy is considered as the projection of the people’s thoughts to power, it is much more than that. Democracy was criticized in the past as it is today. Nietzsche told the French Revolutionaries that “people who were not ready to make useful and accurate decisions about themselves had the chance to decide about the […]

Lisbon Earthquake

By Yasin Alkan 0 Comment August 6, 2020

There are many events in the world that affect social development. The abolition of slavery, the invention of the refrigerator, even Newton’s laws. However, the earthquake that took place in Lisbon in 1755 is one of them.It is estimated that this destructive earthquake in 1755, which happened on the day of Saints, was 9.0. The […]


By Yasin Alkan 0 Comment August 6, 2020

Geography plays a big role in the sociological and economic development of societies. The influence of geography is seen not only in the sociological and economic base of societies, but also in the physical base. For example, people in Northern European countries continue to develop adolescence slowly due to the lack of vitamin D due […]

Unstoppable Loop

By Yasin Alkan 0 Comment August 6, 2020

In the following years of the Industrial Revolution, the working conditions of England and other European countries were not much different from those of current undeveloped countries; however, with the improvement of conditions and the increase in the level of social welfare this difference has opened up a lot. Societies whose current social welfare has […]