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Demanding the rising relief Paradigm significantly examines important features of Western overseas reduction coverage, whereas whilst exploring non-western particularly chinese language reduction and assesses to what volume those might be aggressive or complementary.
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Late colonialism embodied a genocidal expansion of the West’s external sovereign frontier (Hochschild, 2002). The liberal will to govern was rejuvenated in the disgust and horror of this ‘insane imperialism’ (Hobson, 1938, p. 246; also Morel, 1920). At issue however, was not conquest and acquisition as such, it was the manner in which the new territories and peoples acquired were to be properly and effectively governed. In dividing and apportioning the world, late colonialism was a necessary precursor of the territorial nation state that became the desired global political architecture following decolonisation.
This stands in marked contrast to the situation today, where fears are constantly aroused concerning the vulnerability of mass consumer society to disorder beyond its porous borders. One explanation for this difference concerns the world-historic change in the Western perception of human circulation. In general terms, as part of the expansion of European empires and spheres of influence, for several centuries the broad movement had been North to South, that is, outwards to the non-European world (Held et al.
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