Decolonization (American and Oxford English) or decolonisation (other British English) is the undoing of colonialism, the latter being the process whereby a nation establishes and maintains its domination of foreign territories (often overseas territories). The concept particularly applies to the dismantlement, during the second half of the 20th century, of the colonial empires established prior to World War I throughout the world. Some scholars of decolonization focus especially on the movements in the colonies demanding independence, such as Creole nationalism.The end-result of successful decolonization may equate to a form of Indigenous utopianism – given the widespread nature of colonialism, neo-colonialism, …



LC: Library of Congress · 2019 English

"WP-2019-033." Includes statistical tables. Includes bibliographical references (pages 41-48). Description based on online resource; title from PDF title page (viewed June 01, 2020).

Electoral Outcomes The case of India after Decolonization Shree Saha Indira Gandhi Institute of Development Electoral Outcomes The case of India after Decolonization Shree Saha Email(corresponding author): shree@igidr specifically on the elections at the cusp of decolonization (1951) and those in 1970s, to assess short and erstwhile princes of native states after decolonization. The paper provides evidence on the potentially institution, political institution, democracy, decolonization, path- dependence, elections JEL Code: B15

LC: Library of Congress · 2018 English

Includes bibliographical references. Description based on online resource; title from PDF title page (viewed June 12, 2020).

partition “excludes endless complexities of decolonization as an experience.” Answers need to be sought

PARI: The CounterMedia Trust · 3 March 2012 English

This research aims to document women's migration in India amid reports from activists of great increases in labour migration from the 1990s onwards, along with new and more vulnerable forms …

course central to the earlier policy regime of decolonization oriented and state led industrialization and agriculture of the pre-liberalization period of decolonization. Earlier crisis was typically because land

IAP: Iqbal Academy Pakistan · 1 January 2009 English

Several Authors (Compilation),Iqbal Review: April, October, 2009, ed. by Muhammad Suheyl Umar (Lahore: Iqbal Academy Pakistan, 2009), p. 249.

In my view, this points to the process of decolonization via the medium of language— the English language

LC: Library of Congress · 1 January 2007 English

"State Formation and Radical Democracy in India analyses one of the most important cases of developmental change in the twentieth century, namely, Kerala in southern India, and asks whether insurgency …

by Colin Mackerras The Battle for Asia From decolonization to globalization Mark T. Berger State and Society treated separately – colonial penetration, decolonization, and post-colonial rule. Together, this theoretical possibilities of the time (during and immediately after decolonization), or more generally a reflection of the failure coherent ‘state project’ in the aftermath of decolonization so as to carry out crucial reforms. In other

LC: Library of Congress · 1 January 2006 English

Includes bibliographical references (pages 289-308) and index. Description based on online resource; title from PDF title page (viewed on 11/17/2020)

multiple, conjunctural pressures applied by decolonization on the political entities of an imperial state British and Indian films of the 1930s foresee decolonization in utopian visions of realigned power, holding discussions have been forthcoming about the impact of decolonization on postcolonial nations but reticent with regard the contentiously shared space of imperium. Decolonization was a defining matrix for the conduct of state structurally constituted by the dilemmas of decolonization. Brit- ain’s decline in global power had created

LC: Library of Congress · 5 March 1999 English

and Africa was quite exciting because of the decolonization there. Did this catch you at all, or what about

LC: Library of Congress · 22 March 1998 English

gov/item/mfdipbib001285 decided to move towards rapid, rapid decolonization. they moved in effect towards freeing all of

IAP: Iqbal Academy Pakistan · 1 January 1997 English

Several Authors (Compilation),Iqbal Review: April, 1997, ed. by Waheed Qureshi (Lahore: Iqbal Academy Pakistan, 1997), p. 190.

1978), pp. 184. 90 Edward W. Said, "Yeats and Decolonization," in Literature in the Modern World: Critical

GOI: Government of India · 21 September 1996 English

The Gazette of India Date: 1996-9-21 Type: Extraordinary Part Number: CSL Reference Number: CSL Department: CSL Ministry: Gazette contains multiple Ministries/Organizations Office: CSL Subject: Gazette contains multiple Subjects

jecting said aqueous solution to the step of decolonization using modified cellulose, subjecting the decolourized

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