The Suez crisis escalated in 1956.
The crisis is the result of the Egyptian - Israeli war. Egypt sought to build a dam on the Nile. Egypt was buying weapons from the Soviet Union during this period, so they decided to withdraw the Egyptian assistance needed to complete the project. Egyptian leader Gamal Abdel Nasser responded by nationalizing the Suez Company, which was owned by Britain and France. The Suez Canal represented an essential route for international trade. The British saw the move as jeopardizing their interests.
Military action was soon devised to protect the British interests and gain control of the route. America has thwarted and condemned this action by the British and French because no one asked them anything. With their influence, they forced the British and French to withdraw. Following this, the US pledged to protect the interests of the Middle East from Soviet domination.
The Inca Empire developed in a long strip that reached pretty much north to south along the western side of South America, the side that faces the Pacific Ocean. The geography was rugged - Andes mountains, the coastline deserts, and the Amazon jungle. The clever Inca found solutions for their geographic problems.
Human Environment Interaction
The Incas lived mostly in very mountainous places. In order to farm, they used a farming method called terracing. In the lower altitudes, the Incas used another method called irrigation in order to move water from rivers to farmlands.
The way geographical features of Suez Canal contributed to the international conflict was that around 1956 was when the Cold War was violent. Also other conflicts that had around the same year in the month of October 29 was that there was an invasion of Egypt by Israel all happening in the Middle East. The Suez canal also controlled by French and British interests. Even though the Suez Canal was in Egypt, it was still run by Britain and France. Both countries were allies and were also against Czechoslovakia and the Soviet Union
Its geographical location made many countries wanted to take over. The Suez Canal has the shortest link to the Pacific Ocean. The Suez Canal became an issue after the Russo-Japanese War, when Britain had accused Russia for using the Suez Canal.
The African geography had influenced the continent on all levels to diversify into two separate large areas. The two areas are North Africa, or Saharan Africa, and sub-Saharan Africa, the part south of the Sahara Desert.
The Sahara Desert is a big, hostile, harsh natural border between the northern part of the continent and the central and southern part of it. Because of it, people in the northern part developed unique cultural traits, and the people from the sub-Saharan part developed unique cultural traits, and they did not influenced each other because of the isolation and little to no contact between them.
The migration through the Sahara was pretty much a suicide, so rarely who dared to try and migrate through it, yet alone carry trading goods and try to cross it and trade with the people further north.
The Suez Crisis began on October 29, 1956, when Israeli armed forces pushed into Egypt toward the Suez Canal after Egyptian president Gamal Abdel Nasser (1918-70) nationalized the canal, a valuable waterway that controlled two-thirds of the oil used by Europe.
I can't help until I know what the features were. Mountains? Rivers? Deserts? Hills?