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Neo-Colonialism : The Last Stage of Imperialism

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In "Neo-Colonialism: The Last Stage of Imperialism," Kwame Nkrumah exposes the covert yet potent forces of modern imperialism that continue to shape and manipulate emerging nations. Published in 2009, this groundbreaking work delves into the economic, racial, and indigenous struggles that underpin the apparent sovereignty of newly independent states. Nkrumah, a pivotal figure in African political thought, articulates how foreign intervention, disguised as aid, perpetuates a cycle of dependency and exploitation. This book is essential reading for those in adult education programs who seek a deeper understanding of global systemic inequalities and are driven to explore historical and ongoing challenges in social justice domains. It not only challenges readers to reassess the narrative of post-colonial independence but also inspires critical engagement with the mechanisms of power in global relations. Reflect on this: How can we identify and confront neo-colonial practices in our current global system?
Published by Panaf on January 6, 2009
310 pages
ISBN: 9780901787231
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