Lecture 9- Less Developed and Newly Industrializing Countrie

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05/08/09 1 Less Developed and Newly Industrializing Countries Ricardo Rene Laremont
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05/08/09 2 Introduction Mostly in Latin America, Asia, and Africa Less developed economically
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05/08/09 3 Role of Imperialism and Colonialism Europe developed capitalism first Rest of world is catching up Colonialism distorted local societies, economies and polities
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05/08/09 4 European Colonialism Develops from Sixteenth Century onwards Begins with Portuguese naval adventures 16 th Century- Portugal and Spain 17 th Century- England and France 19 th Century- European expansion into Asia: India and China in particular; Africa
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05/08/09 5 Non-European attempts at Empire Chinese- Indian Ocean- 13 th Century Ottoman Empire- at zenith in 17 th Century Japanese attempts at empire- 20 th Century
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05/08/09 6 Institutions of Imperialism Borders of Colonial States created by imperial powers Agglomeration of diverse ethnic groups into artificial states Processes of state and societal development completely unlike Europe
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