"1.  In some parts of Central Asia, cotton is the most important economic  resource; in other parts oil and natural gas play the same role.  Contrast the impact of cotton as opposed to oil dependence, and discuss  how dependence on and development of one major resource have cultural  and political ramifications in addition to economic implications.
  1. Can Afghanistan develop an economy based on something other than resource extraction?
  2. How is economic development  affected  by settlement in Central Asia being limited to narrow spaces along  river courses in the arid and semi-arid areas and is concentrated in  river valleys emanating from the highlands in the southeast?
  3. Is the landlocked situation of Central Asian countries a development challenge?

5.In  what ways did the imposition of colonial borders on Afghanistan  exacerbate political problems and increase the potential for conflict?” 10 https://www.homeworkmarket.com/fields/earth-science-geography?page=10
1597221059-14336 https://www.homeworkmarket.com/fields/earth-science-geography Did You Know Youtube Video https://www.homeworkmarket.com/questions/did-you-know-youtube-video Watch this video found on this url: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YmwwrGV_aiE , then summarize your thoughts of what this means (reflection) in ~400 words discussion. 6 https://www.homeworkmarket.com/fields/earth-science-geography?page=6
1597219944-12192 https://www.homeworkmarket.com/fields/earth-science-geography The Victimhood Columbus Day versus Indigenous Peoples’ Day https://www.homeworkmarket.com/questions/the-victimhood-columbus-day-versus-indigenous-peoples-day “Follow this link https://www.npr.org/podcasts/452538775/on-the-media to the npr podcast directory page and select the On the Media podcast from October 5, 2018 titled “”The Victimhood.”” There are three stories on the podcast, but you should forward to the 13 minute and 30 second mark (which you can do after listening to the sponsor message at the beginning of the podcast). There is an interview with David Treuer, a writer, historian and linguist at the University of Southern California. Listen to the interview. It runs to about 35:45 (so the entire interview is a bit more than 23 minutes long). Answer the following questions in no more than two typed pages.

  1. What is (or was) Wounded Knee?
  2. Treuer has what might be called a nuanced and complicated approach to the issue of Native rights and history. We are desperately lacking in nuance and complication in this country these days. We seem to want simple answers to extremely complex issues and questions. In my view, part of the purpose of education is to help you see the complication and nuance (and perhaps eventually to understand it). So, how is Treuer’s view nuanced and complex? Provide at least one example. 
  3. What is Teuer’s main message? What does he want non-native peoples to understand about native peoples?