Imperialism - THE BUILDING OF GLOBAL EMPIRES IMPERIALISM...

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Unformatted text preview: THE BUILDING OF GLOBAL EMPIRES IMPERIALISM Practice by which powerful nations, particularly European, and later American and Japanese, seek to extend and maintain political or economic control of one or more weaker countries IMPERIALISM Imperialism New V. Old Motives for Empire Economic Political Ideological Social Darwinism Religious Humanitarian Adventure and Excitement IMPERIALISM Critics of Imperialism Brutal and immoral Poor economic results Loss of culture Tools of Empire Technology Knowledge THE BRITISH IN INDIA Decline of the Mughal Empire British East India Company Direct control Disrespecting customs The Sepoy Rebellion THE SCRAMBLE FOR AFRICA Berlin Conference Rules of colonizing Africa Egypt Aftermath of Napoleon’s invasion Muhammad Ali Reforms Suez Canal Costly for Egypt Not very beneficial for Egypt Bankruptcy – British / French control JAPANESE IMPERIALISM Sino­Japanese War China V. Japan Russo­Japanese War Russia V. Japan ...
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