We Come As Friends: Colonial Pathologies in the African Continent
From its earliest days, imperialist expansion across the African continent sought to find raw materials, labour and land for the European metropole, and to seize these – by both bureaucracy and force – for as close to free as possible. While ‘colonialism’ as the official title for these processes falls away in Africa from the mid-twentieth-century, the transnational relationships of appropriation and exploitation that define imperial controls remain iron-cast in our age of ‘multinational’ enterprise, where they are more anonymous, but no less violent.
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