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Imperialism is a policy and/or ideology of extending the rule over other peoples and countries, for extending political and economic access, often through employing military force, to a lesser extent also "soft power". It is related to the concept of colonialism. The concept of imperialism arose in the modern age, associated chiefly with the European colonial powers of the 17th, 18th, and 19th centuries.
|Document:Britain's noxious history of Imperial warfare||book introduction||7 January 2013||John Newsinger||The British Empire is indefensible unless conquered peoples are somehow less worthy beings than the British. What British people would regard as crimes if done to them, were and are justified in the name of empire. The official narrative, still largely accepted in the West, is racist to its core and illustrates the hypocrisy of an Establishment that never tires of warning about the evils of racism at home whilst predicating its foreign policy on it.|
|Document:Libya - Imperialism and the Left||article||28 August 2011||Stephen Gowans|
|Document:Libya Imperialism and the prostration of Left Intellectuals||article||1 April 2011||David North|
|Document:Libya and the Return of Humanitarian Imperialism||article||8 March 2011||Jean Bricmont|
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