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Hello, I am looking for someone to write an essay on History Report based on Three Cups of Tea. It needs to be at least 1000 words.Download file to see previous pages... Before these developments, rem

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Before these developments, remote regions of Afghanistan and Pakistan had few opportunities in education especially for women. Mortenson reveals that peace solely depends on relationships and the will by all cultures to accommodate other cultures with education being the major principle in achieving the desired results (Mortenson, 2010). This paper will provide a thorough review of the explanations and arguments presented in Three Cups of Tea. Discussion Three Cups of Tea represents a remarkable tale of compassion and courage. The theme of compassion is prevalent in the literal piece, with Mortenson’s compassion for the poor residents of Northern Pakistan being revealed throughout the book (Mortenson, 2010). Among the questions raised in this book are: what relevance are the measures that are adopted in solving regional problems and the precise action to take in time of crisis. These questions are of great importance since major activities in the book took place during the United States invasion of Afghanistan (Mortenson, 2010). The author questions the idea of military intervention by a powerful country such as the United States. The military intervention that was conducted in Afghanistan should have been followed by efforts of humanitarian reconstruction, which is a good thing for the invaded country and for American security’s interest. ...

United States , a country with an infamous record of violation of human rights and militarism, the right to undermine the sovereignty of other nations in the name of democracy through ‘humanitarian intervention’. In addition, the author tries to explain the cause of extremism and terror, albeit through a total disregard of the weird political history of Afghanistan and Pakistan. This is because an analysis of the political history of these nations would elucidate the pivotal role that is played by the Saudis, the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), and the Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI), in creating extremism and terrorism, which would have complicated the analysis of terrorism as presented in the book (Mortenson, 2010). Nevertheless, the author ignores the long history of political turmoil and the interests of global and regional powers and instead traces the roots of problems in Afghanistan and Pakistan as being within the Muslim societies. Moreover, the author depicts Islam’s competing interpretations and the cultural and social-economic conditions, especially illiteracy, being the main causes of problems in these societies. The lack of focus on political factors from outside the regions allows the author of the book to present American involvement in the country as only benevolent and humanitarian (Mortenson, 2010). Importance of the Question of Humanitarian Intervention The lack of analysis on the political history of Afghanistan and Pakistan and lack of focus on external forces as causes of problems facing the countries illuminates some form of ignorance. It also reveals the exploitative and imperial policies of American government and tries to reinforce a wrong sense of philanthropy.

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