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Definition of Neocolonial
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Literary usage of Neocolonial
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Culture of Violence by Kumar Rupesinghe (1994)
"Nuances are not the central argument, which is that oppression is made easier by its being incorporated in a neocolonial system.7 On the other hand, ..."
2. Latin America Today by Pablo González Casanova (1993)
"Because of this preoccupation, governments that emerge from victorious armed revolution have to confront the neocolonial blockade and, in the process, ..."
3. Mitterrand Legacy and the Future of French Security Policy by Ronald Tiersky (1996)
"Mitterrand arrived in office with a Socialist and tiers-mondiste (Third-World orientation) record of calling for an end to France's neocolonial ..."
4. Dealignment: A New Foreign Policy Perspective by Mary Kaldor, Richard A. Falk, Gerard Holden (1987)
"French military aid has helped to hold a string of African client regimes (notably in Senegal, the Ivory Coast, Cameroun and Gabon) within a neocolonial ..."
5. Socioeconomic Renovation in Viet Nam: The Origin, Evolution, and Impact of by Boothroyd, Peter, Xuân Nam Phạm (2000)
"In the South, neocolonial economic development was followed by local and special wars with US interference. In contrast to the North, ..."
6. When the Ak-47s Fall Silent: Revolutionaries, Guerrillas, and the Dangers of by Timothy Charles Brown (2000)
"Outside that circle lie both their traditional hard-right neocolonial oligarchical opponents and their hard-left international radical enemies. ..."
7. Capital, the State, and Labour: A Global Perspective by Juliet Schor, Jong-Il You (1995)
"... South primary production, but the automatic dynamics of free trade were reproducing the same division within post-Independence neocolonial relations. ..."