In the case of Tibet and China, this debate has become the rights to freedom of culture, which has lead to what has now become one of the most politically controversial human rights issues amongst the countries of the world and the United Nations. When we bring an anthropological perspective to the matter of the cultures in questions, we can examine both sides and determine whether or not there is a human rights issue due to cultural differences that have perhaps are influenced by their particular society’s religious/philosophical doctrine and ultimat... ... middle of paper ... ...nes - Office of the Historian." The Chinese Revolution of 1911 - 1899–1913 - Milestones - Office of the Historian. USA Department of State, n.d. Web.
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Victors and Vanquished The history of the Western hemisphere is full of war and conquest. One of the most significant and defining of those conquests is the downfall of the Mexica/Aztec Empire. While there are many other events to choose from, this one stands out since it was one over one of the largest empires in Central America. It is also important to look at because of the immense cultural impact it had. The story of this takeover reads like a movie script, a small band of Spaniards single handedly takes down the most powerful empire in Central America.