Imperialism & colonialism
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- 1. IMPERIALISM & COLONIALISMYusef Tribak El ouat20-04-2013
- 2. OBJECTIVE
- 3. DIFERENCES BETWEEN COLONIALISMAND IMPERIALISMThe two terms have very similar meanings.
- 4. ECONOMIC CAUSES OF IMPERIALISM Sell surpluses of industrialized countries tocolonized countries. Obtain manpower and raw materials.
- 5. THE ROLE OF QUEEN VICTORIA
- 6. SLAVERY
- 7. Africa: British project (railway Cairo-Cape Town
- 8. Asia: India ( the jewel of the crown)
- 9. New imperialist potency: The USA
- 10. Monroe doctrine
- 11. Influence of the USA in the Caribbeansea: Cuba, Dominicanrepublic, Haiti, Panama and Nicaragua.
- 12. 1898- War against Spain (Cube and thePhilippines)
- 13. Colonial administration:colonies, protectorates, territories Cologne: colonies themselves are called "crown colony" in the BritishEmpire. They have their own government and are directly dependent onthe metropolitan government, which exercises a true employment policy. Protectorates: mentoring relationship that is established by a treatybetween two states assigned to the stronger power of control over theforeign policy of the weakest. Territories: Considered the colonies as an extension of metropolitan citiesand institutions representing the people.
- 14. Conclusion