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Europe and the Third World

From Colonisation to Decolonisation c. 1500–1998

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Red Globe Press

Pages: 372
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Themes in Comparative History

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13 July 1999

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Europe and the Third World provides a schematic historical analysis of the relations between Europe and the extra-European periphery within the twin contexts of global economic inequality and global disparities in political...

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Europe and the Third World provides a schematic historical analysis of the relations between Europe and the extra-European periphery within the twin contexts of global economic inequality and global disparities in political power. The colonial and imperial relationships between western Europe and the wider world since the late fifteenth century, and the course and consequences of decolonization, form the substance of the discussion, which concludes with a glance at the links between the European Union and the world's poorest states, most of which are former colonies.

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A comprehensive text covering Europe's interaction with Latin America, Asia and Africa from 500 to the present day
Makes concepts and theories in world economic history accessible for the student reader
Concisely presented empirical data

Europe and the Third World An Introduction and Overview
Europe and the Americas
Europe and Asia, c.1500-1880
Europe and Africa from the Slave Trade to the Colonial Conquest
European Colonialism and Indigenous Society in Asia
The Economic and Social Consequences of Modern Colonialism in Africa
The Balance Sheet of Modern Colonialism
The Political Economy of Decolonialism
Europe and the Third World in Retrospect
Index.

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BERNARD WAITES is Lecturer in European Humanities at The Open University.

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BERNARD WAITES is Lecturer in European Humanities at The Open University.

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