GVPT355 final study guide 3

South west africa peoples organization swapo south

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South West Africa People’s Organization (SWAPO) South African government Others: UN, Cuba, Angola Theories Ethnic Exclusion Indigenous Namibians were forced under the South African system of apartheid and therefore were excluded from politics
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Sons of the Soil The land of indigenous Namibians was confiscated and redistributed to white settlers, rules were set up to restrict mobility for non-whites, and natural resources were diverted to South Africa Relevant topics to consider in essay : Repression and exclusion*; colonial power, international resources from external states ^^ would your theme be ethnic exclusion, natural resources, or colonial power? Which one and why? Ethnic exclusion- the others play into the conflict in general, but don’t define it. Could also be terrorist use Lebanon (1958-1990) France/Algeria (1975-1998) Actors: French Government and the FLN (National Liberation Front) Issue: Algerian inxxtegration vs. Algerian independence Theories: Ethnic Exclusion/Grievance- lack of life chances for native Algerian population, produced small portion but paid high taxes, worked low-paying jobs, French exploit differences between the Arab and Berber populations Sons of the Soil- French plant vineyards on Algerian soils, a product unable to be consumed by the majority Muslim population, best lands often assigned to those of European descent, cities were European strongholds-further marginalizing the Algerian
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