1. LatinoEuropa

    Which are the most corrupt countries in the EU

    Which are the most corrupt countries in the EU Mention the names of countries where there is more corruption. My list. Roménia Portugal Itália Espanha França Alemanha Grécia
  2. LatinoEuropa

    Which date of the history of your countries is important

    I choose the most recent one from my country Revolution 25 April 1974
  3. A Vietnamese

    Ethnic diversity in Asian countries vs Western countries

    One post in /r/Donald subforum on reddit claimed that Asian countries such as India, Vietnam, China and Japan dont have as much ethnic diversity as western countries. What do you think?
  4. History Craft

    Why is the name ''Roman'' common in slavic countries?

    Was it originally a noble name later taken by a larger mass of people (And if so, where does it originate)? Does it have anything with Russia seeing itself as the third Rome? Does it originate from byzantines who took refuge in the slavic lands after the turkic conquest? Is it just a coincidence?
  5. LatinoEuropa

    Which European countries have a Latin language?

    I say these Spain, Portugal, France, Belgium, Part of Switzerland, Italy, Romania, Monaco, Lieschnstain and Andorra. Or is there more?
  6. Futurist

    European countries with the most immigration in the late 19th and early 20th cent.?

    Which European countries had the most immigration in the late 19th and/or early 20th centuries? Also, if possible, please provide data for this. :) Anyway, any thoughts on this? :)
  7. VHS

    Development of countries after recent civil wars

    A few countries have emerged from devastating civil wars, and I would like to review these cases: Africa first: Angola: Oil boom led to a superficial middle income country status, but the agriculture and other sectors have not really recovered. Mozambique: Situation has improved quite...
  8. VHS

    How did certain countries become hopeless basket cases?

    Yes, many parts of Africa has progressed and thrived after the 1990s, but there are still parts of the world that are hopeless basket cases: Afghanistan: In spite of socioeconomic progresses, stability hasn't returned yet. Iraq: The almost eternal turmoils and attacks. Libya: It probably cannot...
  9. Y

    A new Tito in need to prevent another war in the countries of former Yugoslavia!

    Is there a new Tito needed to prevent another war in the countries of former Yugoslavia?
  10. Magnate

    How much of its budget was spent on the military in various countries in Europe?

    Today not that many countries in Europe even reach the NATO criteria of 2%, but how was it in the 16th to 19th century?
  11. Balian

    Which countries history do you have the most books about?

    So which countries history do you have the most books about ? For me United Kingdom i have 44 books about British history.
  12. A

    Looking for names of big movements in history

    I'm really curious and interested in reading about big movements in history. How did they start? Why some of them failed? And why others are still existent until today? How can one person singly-handed found a movement, then an army and a state? I'm just looking for names, whether they...
  13. shivfan

    American countries abolishing slavery before Britain

    There is a common myth that the British were the first to abolish slavery in the Americas. Britain passed the Emancipation Act in 1833, and it came into effect in 1834 in the form of the Apprenticeship, and slaves did not achieve full freedom in the British Empire until 1838. So, which...
  14. K

    How much impact did the War of 1812 have on European countries?

    Of course excluding Great Britain and Spain.
  15. notgivenaway

    Why did some European countries unify early and others did until very late?

    Portugal unified in the high middle ages, whilst England and Scotland did so in the early middle ages. Norway and Denmark were perhaps the earliest examples, but why did this pattern not emerge uniformly? Could a united Germany have emerged before 1871? Let's say a strong Prussian king or an...
  16. S

    10 Countries Never Occupied or Colonized by Europe

    There are 10 countries that were never under control or colonised by Europe. What common patterns do these countries have that made them resistant to European control? Excuse me if I did not include some countries that are in the gray-area such as Turkey and Mongolia, since it is difficult to...
  17. notgivenaway

    Early medieval rulers - British Isles, Low Countries and Scandinavia

    Which medieval rulers in these regions are more or less able? Scotland - Kenneth MacAlpin and David I seemed able, but kings like Malcolm I got too unrun by the English. I know that homage to English kings existed before his reign, but then it was the weaker kings who allowed this to happen...
  18. notgivenaway

    How many countries were part of the WWII Allies?

    Apart from the Big three/Commonwealth independent states, like Canada, South Africa, Australia and New Zealand and China? I know of Brazil and Mexico, but did Cuba participate? what was the status of Thailand?
  19. notgivenaway

    Should the West limit ties with Arab countries?

    We don't need their oil since we have shale gas, and we can spend on renewable energies. And they clearly don't like us, despite coming to live here..... Wouldn't it be a viable win-win situation for us to limit ties/access to the Arab world?
  20. Pillbox city

    Question for people living in the former Yugoslavian countries

    Is there a major nostalgic vibe for the days of SFR Yugoslavia before the 1990s and the years where Tito ruled Yugoslavia? In other words, do the older people of your society see Tito's Yugoslavia as the "good ole' days" and see it as a better time before what happened in the 90s?