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Question 1: The Eastern Empire included lands east of the ________ and bordering on the Eastern Mediterranean and parts of the Black Sea.
Ionian SeaAegean SeaAdriatic SeaMediterranean Sea

Question 2: 70% in the ________) and occasionally attend church on major occasions.
United KingdomWalesEnglandCanada

Question 3: What does the following picture show?

  Latin alphabet world distribution. The dark green areas shows the countries where this alphabet is the sole main script. The light green shows the countries where the alphabet co-exists with other scripts
  Predominant religious heritages in modern Europe      Roman Catholicism      Orthodox Christianity      Protestantism and Anglicanism      Sunni Islam      Shia Islam      Buddhism      Judaism
  Huntington's map of major civilizations,[22] What constitutes Western civilization in his view is coloured dark blue. Huntington gave the most stringent interpretation of the term; it is based on culture tradition and history.

Question 4: There were a number of countries which did not fit comfortably into this neat definition of partition, including Switzerland, Sweden, ________ and the Republic of Ireland, which chose to be neutral.
PolandCzech RepublicHungaryAustria

Question 5: The war ended in the ________, which enshrined the concept of the nation-state and the principle of absolute national sovereignty in international law.
Thirty Years' WarPeace of WestphaliaArchdiocese of BremenHoly Roman Empire

Question 6: These include the three Transcaucasian republics (Azerbaijan, Georgia, ________), as well as Kazakhstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, Kyrgyzstan, Russia, Belarus and Ukraine.
TurkeyArmeniaPolandGreece

Question 7: Since the ________ and Columbus, the notion of the West expanded to include the Americas, though much of the Americas have considerable pre-Western cultural influence.
Spanish EmpirePortuguese EmpirePortuguese discoveriesAge of Discovery

Question 8: a Biblical-________ cultural influence in spiritual thinking, customs and either ethic or moral traditions, around Post-Classical Era.
ChristianityBaptistChristian denominationEcumenism

Question 9: Some of these critics also claim that the traditional West has continued to engage in what might be viewed as modern implementations of imperialism and ________, such as neoliberalism and globalization.
Portuguese EmpireSpanish EmpireBritish EmpireColonialism

Question 10: What does the following picture show?

  East and West in 1980, as defined by the Cold War. The Cold War had divided Europe politically into East and West, with the Iron Curtain splitting Central Europe.
  East and West in 1980, as defined by the Cold War. The Cold War had divided Europe politically into East and West, with the Iron Curtain splitting Central Europe.
  Predominant religious heritages in modern Europe      Roman Catholicism      Orthodox Christianity      Protestantism and Anglicanism      Sunni Islam      Shia Islam      Buddhism      Judaism
  The European territory of the West according to Huntington. The map represented the Orthodox East and Western Christian (Catholic-Protestant) West. Through the centuries, the Great Schism caused determinant differences in societal structure, in ruling forms, in applied technologies and economic development, in philosophy and ethics, in architecture, in fine-arts and clothing.
















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