English to Samoan Meaning :: neocolonialism

Neocolonialism :
neocolonialism
- neocolonialism

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Noun(1) control by a powerful country of its former colonies (or other less developed countries

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(1) These diasporic texts consistently hark back to colonialism and neocolonialism .(2) They also have had an impact on activists in the Third World, especially when they have tried to define the proper role for progressive, often Westernized intellectuals in the movements against colonialism and neocolonialism .(3) In this manner, hybrid construction as a cultural phenomenon of neocolonialism becomes a cultural strategy of decolonization.(4) Philippine nationalists and others have dubbed these postwar relations neocolonialism .(5) After the war, he opposed peacetime conscription, denounced British neocolonialism , praised the United Nations, and criticized congressional isolationists.(6) Women are the most marginalized group due to globalization and neocolonialism sponsored by the North.(7) His Moorish lineage does not absolve the majority from political responsibility; instead it draws attention to the spread of neocolonialism in business and politics.(8) In the light of continued inequality and ill-concealed neocolonialism that, more often than not, also came in the wake of independence, the literary reaction to nationalism was not positive, with a few notable exceptions.(9) Out of misplaced idealism and humanitarian concern, many governments and organizations will condemn these new conditions as neocolonialism or undue interference in the internal affairs of another country.(10) The unilateral imposition of these standards upon nations throughout the world is no less than a form of neocolonialism and economic oppression.(11) For some, it smacks of imperialism and neocolonialism .(12) These workers, I argue, are the pivotal figures for neocolonialism because they live, as accidental immigrants, through the transition from colonialism to neocolonialism .(13) Not only that, Paris has balked at US demands that it and other countries fork over tens of billions of dollars and tens of thousands of troops, no questions asked, to bolster a US-run exercise in neocolonialism .(14) Capitalism, colonialism, neocolonialism , Marxism, literary ignorance, cultural arrogance, fear, and just about every other form of human perversity become the enemy.(15) Moreover, contrary to the communist accusations of neocolonialism , these terms were costly to the US.(16) What Rousseau called the inferior ‘freedom’ of the state of nature may indeed be preferable to the violence and terror of slavery, and perhaps even to the soft contemporary dependency of neocolonialism .
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(1) colonialism ::
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