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Such a critical gesture would be congruent with an anticolonialist seizure of the territory of denigration as a site of reclamation.
Although this nation's governmental policy and rhetoric were often anticolonialist when directed towards the practices of other countries, the United States itself increasingly enacted its own colonialist practices in this time.
Fernandez Retamar readdresses Fanon's treatment of Caliban, along with Mannoni's, and centers his own discussion on the idea of mental decolonization in order to reorganize an anticolonialist agenda in Cuba.
Populist generals in Latin American and anticolonialist intellectuals in Africa embraced drug prohibition.
So why is Ms Morgan, a member of a Party that is also, supposedly, anticolonialist, so opposed to Cymuned?
These groups are children of the anticolonialist struggle, but they are even more staunchly anti-Western than Third Worldists were; Third Worldists rejected European mastery absolutely, yet they still valued the material progress brought by technology invented in the West.
and his political support of the anticolonialist movements in Africa and
Outsiders can comprehend the pain and the bitter memories among Estonians or the anticolonialist anger among Malians.
On a broader sc ale, one reaction to the shaming of states is a nationalist backlash (Jetschke, 1999; Ropp and Sikkink, 1999; Risse and Ropp, 1999), which is sometimes, as currently in the case of Zimbabwe, combined with (not altogether unjustified) anticolonialist rhetoric.
To Emily Bartels, for example, the playwright is an early anticolonialist who, because he gives an alien woman from North Africa a voice and an imperial agenda of her own, offers his audience an alternative to "the kind of appropriation [of Virgil] that was supporting European supremacy.
18) He also joined a communist group because it, like Wilson and Roosevelt, was anticolonialist.