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in 1839, the british discovered that the afghans had no intention of maintaining the treaty which had guaranteed their independence and had asked for russian assistance. in their eyes, the afghans had traded themselves for a bag of gold. the afghans had maintained a degree of neutrality in the war between russia and the british, but the russian ambassador had established bad blood and increasingly ill feeling towards the british in afghanistan. in 1841, the british had ignored the russians and had marched once more into afghanistan. the war went badly and, in october, when an army of 30,000 afghan soldiers struck against the russians, the british were forced to abandon afghanistan for good. to the amazement of many, the russians were driven out of afghanistan with their casualties at minimal.
in 1842, britain and russia agreed to establish a buffer zone in which no nation would occupy territory claimed by its neighbors. the russians regarded this as a capitalist plot, and would gladly have settled their boundary with the british as part of the agreement. but in the meantime, tsar nicholas had to counter the growing influence of prussia and austria in the balkans, and, for that, he needed to divert the british and their indian sepoys to his side. the british watched uneasily as the russians resumed their war against the afghans and moved their tsar’s army in their direction.
this essay has been based on (drawing from) a sociological account of the success of the witcher 3, described in more detail in a separate article. my larger point here is not so much about the game or the claim that it raises, but about the more general relationship of games, tropes and society. i claim that the trope of the wild, primal idyll plays a minor role in western identity politics and, as such, can be safely ignored, even when it comes to the discourse on sexuality. the irony is that, in my view, the west has been perfectly capable of creating a stable identity politics without recourse to games. it is rather a concern with what games have
been able to offer identity politics, that is with the production of identity through a style of play.
option 2: the sisters of mercy in the holy city of cordoba, spainthe convent of the sisters of mercy of cordoba was founded by queen juana la loca (joanna la huda) in 1520. the convent then became a protestant religious order and was forcibly closed by the catholic monarchs in 1567. the convent was converted into the nueva concepción prison by philip ii in 1567 where it operated until 1577 when philip ii reacquired the property. it was then converted into an orphanage and in 1843 the bishop of cartagena granted the property to the sisters of mercy for the purpose of educating children and orphans.in january and february 2015 arson destroyed the property before it could be properly inspected and conserved. paving contracted by the city council replaced the concrete floors and the concrete walls were removed. the roof was repaired. plaster covering the rood screen was removed and the rood screen has been moved. at this stage the roof will be covered with steel and concrete. in this phase the paintings and other artifacts will be removed and saved.the property was inspected by the national commission for historical monuments and sites (consorcios de patrimonio historico de españa) in march and an appraisal will be made. this will determine the proposal for the restoration of the church.the convent was placed on the world heritage list in 1997. option 3: the manor of schwegstad in the netherlandsit is rich in material remains of the middle ages and the renaissance. the main focus of interest is the teyler museum of seventeenth-century paintings and drawings. this is an important contribution to the worldwide standing of the netherlands as a centre for the arts in the 17th century. the dutch painter rembrandt and his contemporaries are famous for their art work. the collection of the teyler museum is one of the most comprehensive collections of 17th century paintings and drawings in the world and can be regarded as a cultural link between the netherlands and the rest of the world. 5ec8ef588b