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neo-colonialism

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  • The former is a nuisance; the latter is a form of neo-colonialism that can undermine any number of bi-lateral or multi-lateral initiatives from improving trade to protecting the environment.

    ProWomanProLife » Back to maternal health

  • Critics deem these projects a form of neo-colonialism, but many poor African governments see them as a way to fund much-needed development.

    Farm projects put at risk

  • It still can't, but the proponents of the ideas of neo-colonialism would rather starve to death with protectionism than they would have everyone fed and wealthy in a free trade economy, because they think that if we engage in trade our resources will be taken away from us.

    Math and Economics, Arnold Kling | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty

  • In Iran, the tobacco strike in the 1890s and the constitutional revolution in 1906 were both cases of mass nonviolent resistance against neo-colonialism and authoritarian rule.

    Stephen Zunes: The United States and the Prospects for Democracy in Islamic Countries

  • In other words, neo-colonialism and influence-seeking abroad, often through tactics akin to those described above that were used against BP in the past sustains the predatory rule of Moscow's elites at home.

    Stephen Blank: Is Russia Riding to BP's Rescue?

  • The narrators in all of these novels help trace the history of colonialism and neo-colonialism and the forms of discourse which have ‘provided the legitimizing of representations of various phases of imperialism.’

    J.M Coetzee Deconstructed

  • He claimed that the United Nations and France, which ultimately interceded militarily on behalf of the rightful winner of last November's elections, engaged in neo-colonialism.

    Scott Straus: Gbagbo's Blame Game

  • The first was to cast himself as an African liberation hero fighting the forces of neo-colonialism.

    Scott Straus: Gbagbo's Blame Game

  • I realize this late, but the “War on Terror” rhetoric is starting to sound like pure neo-colonialism: a new reason to meddle in the internal affairs of any poor but “interesting” country in the world, like anti-communism in the past.

    Matthew Yglesias » And Now Nigeria

  • I realize this late, but the “War on Terror” rhetoric is starting to sound like pure neo-colonialism …

    Matthew Yglesias » And Now Nigeria

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