HIstorical account of Europe’s interaction and the motivation for that interaction with the rest of the world.
Political domination and acquiring wealth were the key motivations for the Europeans to extend their interactions with the world. They promoted some notable philosophical and scientific contributions in the conquered Asia and Africa, but only to serve their power. They re-asserted their domination with the crusades and the spread of Christianity. With the exploration of sea-routes, they brutally began to colonize lands in Asia, Africa and the Americas.