Europes rise to world dominance

Posted on February 20, by Andrea Toth While much of the world witnessed a stall in 4G speeds inEurope managed to provide faster download speeds to users than ever before.

Europes rise to world dominance

What was it that made Europe the ones to spread out, conquer and dominate much of the world from the s?

Europes rise to world dominance

Some of the ideas I have thought of: Was it competition between multiple groups, countries and nations that spurred progress and development? But then, all areas and continents of the world, to an extent, competed with their local and regional neighbours.

I mean obviously it was things like gunpowder and the caravel or battleship but from early on Europe got many of its ideas from the Middle-East or Asia, what was different about Europe that they could take advantage of certain technologies and ideas better than others?

Was it that the afro-eurasia landmass was connected allowing for easier transferring of ideas, technologies and cultures? But then, what made it different to the Americas, and again, what made it Europe rather than Asia or Africa to become the dominant continent.

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Was it the climate and geography, was their something about Europe that made it more ideal than other regions for fostering and developing powerful nations and culture later on? Was it one, any, none or all of these that led Europe to dominate the world after the s? At this point I would like to make clear that I am not implying any idea of European superiority.

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I am simply acknowledging that roughly after the discovery of the Americas by Europeans, they began to settle, conquer or influence much of the world for better or for worse.

It was European methods and ideas that were adopted by much of the world, to this day. I know that is a very broad and general statement, but yes my basic question is what were the parameters, what made Europe different that it, rather than other regions, which may have developed earlier and influenced Europe in the past, come to dominate the world.The rise of a free middle class had two other important effects.

First of all, in conjunction with Western Europe's political pluralism, it could spread new technology (e.g., the printing press) and ideas (e.g., the Reformation). Rise of Western Dominance. A combination of economic and political transformations in Europe that began in the to era converged between and to allow the "west" (including the United States and Australia) to dominate the rest of the world.

Europe, by contrast, had no such dominant power. And once the Western Europeans took the lead in pushing gunpowder technology forward, it was hard for China to . Europe’s 4G speeds rise while the rest of the world stalls Posted on February 20, by Andrea Toth While much of the world witnessed a stall in 4G speeds in , Europe managed to provide faster download speeds to users than ever before.

Mar 10,  · The First World War saw the rise of America onto the world stage, and its growing economic power, and the Second saw the rise of the USSR and was arguably a big factor in the end of the European empires.

Europe’s 4G speeds rise while the rest of the world stalls Posted on February 20, by Andrea Toth While much of the world witnessed a stall in 4G speeds in , Europe managed to provide faster download speeds to users than ever before.

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