Did women in Japan have power in ancient and/or classical period? Why or why not? How did that power manifest in their hands (or, alternately in the hands of others)? Explain your response.
Japan had an elite military class that did not exist in China. How do we explain the rise of this independent military class? What was their relationship to the nobility and leadership in the Classical Capitals? Why are the Chinese political models not kept in Japan? Explain your response.
system and introduced many reforms in all fields and departments of life to bring his country at par with the Modern Europe. He encouraged and promoted the modern European life style in Turkey. During his political career Quaid I Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah minutely observed the developments in the Muslim world especially in the modern Turkey of the ancient Ottoman Empire. Quaid e Azam eulogized the services of Mustfa Kamal in these words, ‘ He was the greatest leader of the modern Islamic World and entire Mulsim Ummah will profoundly mourn his death.’ In December 1938, during his presidential address in the 27th session of All India Muslim League at Patna, Muhammad Ali Jinnah paid his heartiest homage to this charismatic leader of Turkey in these words, ‘Another great figure; a world figure, who passed away is Mustafa Kamal Ataturk. His death has come as the great blow to the Muslim world. He was the foremost figure in the Muslim East’ (Haq, 2010). 1.2 Pakistan-Turkey Relations after Partition The year 1947 is to be known as very crucial period in the history of the world, on one hand the old order started crumbling with the partition of Europe in two separate spheres. On other side when Sub Continent was divided in two independent states of Pakistan and India on ideological grounds. The most desired dream of the Indian Muslims transformed into reality and they were now in possession of their separate homeland Pakistan ; the land of pure people which was the bearer of the ancient civilization and culture; it appeared on the world map. After partition Pakistan thought of its establishing diplomatic relations with foreign countries, one of them was the foremost lands to which its thoughts turned was Turkey. The Muslims of the Subcontinent learnt great lessons and inspiration during their fight for independence from the their Turkish brethren. The crucial years of Khilafat Movement from 1919 to 1922 played a very pivotal role in the Pakistan Movement as this Khilafat Movement was the first great movement run by the Indian Muslims on a large scale. They not only stood in support of their Turkish brethren but proved themselves as a remarkable aspect in the land mark history of Turkish Emperor.>GET ANSWER