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post-colonial

adj
existing or occurring since a colony gained independence: post-colonial Nigeria.
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Electoral victories or street protests do not necessarily translate into an interrogation of the social relations in the society, but pursue only a change of policy, as now being demanded by the coalition or change of government, as experienced by the current government in 2015, and which Nigeria has witnessed since 1999 where the various electoral victories did not touch the foundational structure of the post-colonial Nigerian state and its perversion of federalism, the form of state that accompanied independence; rather, what we have witnessed are various attempts at strengthening the aberration under the cover of electoral victories.
firmly believe that it is not a post-colonial and post-imperial church.
Discussing 'Socio-economic and cultural transformation of Punjab: Colonial and post-colonial phases', he said that political economy of nationalism in the post-colonial governance of Pakistan and India presented a new macro-economic environment in contrast with the colonial era in shaping of the economies of the two Punjabs.
Discussing socioeconomic and cultural transformation of Punjab, colonial and post-colonial phases, he said political economy of nationalism in the post-colonial governance of Pakistan and India presented a new macro-economic environment in contrast with the colonial era in shaping of the economies of Punjab of both the countries.
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However, in this post-colonial dispensation, when every country is trying to turn every national occurrence into a national opportunity, one question that should engage the minds of Ghanaians, especially our policy makers, is how we can make these visits, and others that seem to be never ending, meaningful in our developmental lives.
Education in Cameroon today carries the heritage of traditional, missionary, Islamic, and colonial systems, says Gwanfogbe, and he examines the roles and motives of these regimes and assesses their impact on developments in post-colonial attitudes toward education in Cameroon.
Pakistan is a post-colonial state and hence its security predicaments differentiate from security complications of western states.
Niles devotes a chapter to post-colonial theory, acknowledging its contributions but also critiquing what he sees as its limitations--most importantly, that those who use it theologically generally do so from the vantage point of Western academia.
Islamabad -- International Islamic University, Islamabad (IIUI) is going to celebrate the 200th birthday of Sir Syed Ahmed Khan, as it will hold a two day seminar titled 'Sir Syed in Post-Colonial Perspective.
This review aims at discussing the main notions as far as the African novel post-colonial period.
Twenty-five were written during colonial times (before 1942), fifteen are post-colonial. The author's choice of these forty, out of almost a thousand titles, is of course open to criticism--it is arbitrary, but looks balanced as well.
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