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Autor: Miguel Bandeira Jerónimo
ISBN-13: 9781349679072
Einband: Taschenbuch
Seiten: 288
Format: 216x140x mm
Sprache: Englisch
Erscheinungsdatum: 14.01.2019

The Ends of European Colonial Empires

Cambridge Imperial and Post-Colonial Studies Series
Cases and Comparisons
Introduction: The Ends of Empire: Chronologies, Historiographies, and Trajectories; Miguel Bandeira Jerónimo and António Costa Pinto PART I: COMPETING DEVELOPMENTS: THE IDIOMS OF REFORM AND RESISTANCE 1. Development, Modernization, and the Social Sciences in the Era of Decolonization: The Examples of British and French Africa; Frederick Cooper 2. A Modernizing Empire? Politics, Culture and Economy in Portuguese Late Colonialism; Miguel Bandeira Jerónimo and António Costa Pinto 3. Commanders With or Without Machine-Guns: Robert Delavignette and the Future of the French-African 'Imperial Nation-State', 1956-58; Martin Shipway PART II: COMPARING ENDGAMES: THE MODI OPERANDI OF DECOLONIZATION 4. Imperial Endings and Small States: Disorderly Decolonization for Netherlands, Belgium and Portugal; Crawford Young 5. British, French and Portuguese Decolonization Compared: Political Culture and Strategic Options in Multilateral Consultations; Bruno Cardoso Reis 6. Exporting Britishness: Decolonisation in Africa, the British State and its Clients; Sarah Stockwell 7. Acceptable Levels? The Use and Threat of Violence in the Decolonization of British Central Africa, 1953-1965; Philip Murphy PART III: CONFRONTING INTERNATIONALS: THE (GEO)POLITICS OF DECOLONIZATION 8. Inside the Parliament of Man: Decolonization, Apartheid, and the Remaking of the United Nations, 1945-1970; Ryan Irwin 9. Cold War and Decolonisation in the Congo: Lumumba and the Neo-colonial Transfer of Power 1960; John Kent 10. The International Dimension of Portuguese Colonial Crisis, 1961-1968; Luís Nuno Rodrigues Last Days of Empire; John Darwin
This volume provides a multidimensional assessment of the diverse ends of the European colonial empires, addressing different geographies, taking into account diverse chronologies of decolonization, and evaluating the specificities of each imperial configuration under appreciation (Portuguese, Belgian, French, British, Dutch).
Editiert von: Miguel Bandeira Jerónimo, António Costa Pinto
Frederick Cooper, New York University, USA Martin Shipway, Birkbeck, University of London, UK Crawford Young, University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA Bruno Cardoso Reis, Institute of Social Sciences, University of Lisbon, Portugal Sarah Stockwell, King's College London, UK Philip Murphy, Institute of Commonwealth Studies, UK Ryan Irwin, University at Albany, USA Luís Nuno Rodrigues, ISCTE, University Institute of Lisbon, Portugal John Kent, London School of Economics and Political Science, UK John Darwin, Oxford University, UK
Autor: Miguel Bandeira Jerónimo
ISBN-13:: 9781349679072
ISBN: 1349679070
Erscheinungsjahr: 14.01.2019
Verlag: Springer Palgrave Macmillan, Palgrave Macmillan UK, Macmillan Education
Seiten: 288
Sprache: Englisch
Auflage 1st ed. 2015
Sonstiges: Taschenbuch, 216x140x mm