Colonies established by the Dutch East India Company in Indonesia were aimed at

Colonies established by the dutch east india company

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Question 27Colonies established by the Dutch East India Company in Indonesia were aimed at monopolizing the _______ trade. Question options:a) rubberb) spicec) ivoryd) mahogany Question 28According to Wallerstein, all of these countries are considered core states, except
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Question 29In what year did Napoleon I become emperor of France? Question 30According to Wallerstein, because Russia's economy was almost entirely domestic in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, it should be counted among the _______ nations. Question 31
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Due to factors such as social class, race, and ethnicity, poverty is Question options:a) confined to peripheral countries.b) higher in peripheral and semi-peripheral countries.c) directly linked to immigration.d) found in virtually every country in the world. Question 32In the New World, the era of Western colonialism was initiated by Question 33Between 1600 and 1765, the British East India Company established _______ at Bombay, Calcutta, and Madras.
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Question 34In North America, French immigrants mainly settled in or near Question 35Today, Canada's RCMP is an entirely independent agency and the rough equivalent of America's Question options:a) DEA.b) CIA.c) FBI.d) ATF. Question 36Who was King Leopold's "man in Africa"?
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Question 37In America, classical liberalism was abandoned for a time, following the Question 38According to Wallerstein, the _______ was the first global hegemon. Question 39The poorest country in the Western Hemisphere is Question options:a) Mexico.
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b) Guatemala.c) Haiti.d) Ecuador. Question 40At its height, the British Empire occupied about _______ of Earth's land areas.
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