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(S5.E15) Chpt 13 South and SE Asia

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This podcast episode provides an overview of recent history in south and southeast Asia. The major focus during class was with events in India and Pakistan. The choices that were made in India through the influence of the United Nations led to great social upheaval and a genocide as last brewing animosity among the groups broke out when Pakistan was carved out of India.

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