International Journal of Applied Research
Vol. 4, Issue 11, Part A (2018)
Colonialism made the political world map look much as it does today, drawing up fringes with no respect for nearby sensibilities and substances. It nullified or intentionally misjudged the social, financial, political and social conditions under which the colonized drove their lives. Simultaneously, pioneer forces forced wrong personalities on the individuals they administered, devastating people groups' confidence, accordingly reducing their self-viability and possibly hindering their long haul social improvement. Given the advanced accentuation on the equity of states and unavoidable nature of their power, numerous individuals don't understand that these non-self-administering structures still exist. Consequently, the world has ignored proceeding with provincial reliance.
How to cite this article:
Ramandeep Sandhu. Residual colonialism. International Journal of Applied Research. 2018; 4(11): 51-52.