neocolonialism : Definition, Usages, News and More

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  • n  control by a powerful country of its former colonies (or other less developed countries) by economic pressures

  • The junta, always on the lookout for "neocolonialism," could not portray the action as simply the West ganging up on poor Burma.
  • With his friends, Obama discussed neocolonialism and patriarchy in late-night bull sessions, but at the photo shoot, Obama and Jack stuck to small talk about where they grew up .
  • Ritual feelings about "neocolonialism" are giving way to practical attitudes bent on solving Africa's overwhelming problems.

  • Louis Michel in Reuters South Africa
    What we need is an end to the paternalism, the neocolonialism, the never-ending moralising,EU Development Commissioner Louis Michel told a news conference on Thursday. "We need a real dialogue, now."
  • Fidel Castro in
    Their colonialism, and the neocolonialism of entire continents, from which they extract energy, raw materials and cheap labor, disqualify them from a moral standpoint,Castro said.
  • Carlos Lage in Turkish Press
    Poverty in this world is a consequence of centuries of colonialism and neocolonialism,Lage said.

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