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semicolonial

(ˌsɛmɪkəˈləʊnɪəl)
adj
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) partly colonial
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La tesis de grado de Ranulfo Cavero (1978), quien caracterizaba al Peru como una sociedad semifeudal y semicolonial tambien pudo ser una fuente de consulta, pues su diagnostico posiblemente ufuesado por los estrategas de Sendero para planificar sus acciones iniciales.
After 1922, Egypt was what Reid calls a "semicolonial parliamentary monarchy." All three of Egypt's governing interests--the British administration, the Egyptian parliament, and the courts of Kings Fuad I and Faruq--had important political stakes in antiquity.
The accumulated victories of their struggle in the 50 years of revolutionary struggle since the founding of the Party under the guidance of Marxism-Leninism-Maoism ought to inspire them to confront and defeat the US-Duterte regime and make further advances in the struggle for national and social liberation against the semicolonial and semifeudal ruling system," he added.
Um dos principais fundamentos teoricos dessa visao foi o conceito de corporativismo "integral" e "puro" do economista e politico romeno Mihail Manoilescu, (3) elaborado de acordo com os diferentes niveis economicos e politicos de cada pais para resolver a crise economica das areas avancadas e coadjuvar o takeoff industrial da "periferia" do capitalismo, com base na ideia de que essa area poderia romper o vinculo de dependencia semicolonial dos paises mais desenvolvidos (Love, 1986).
Es por esto que la Colombia de Fernando Gonzalez, aun la de hoy, sera un pais que cumple la observacion de Bagu: "un pais politicamente independiente puede sin embargo padecer de una economia colonial o semicolonial" (104), y la perpetuacion de un pais estructuralmente semicolonial sera una de las bases economicas del Estado colombiano.
On April 30, at an internal meeting, Zhou Enlai elaborated on the aims of China's foreign policy, expressing a desire to establish contacts with former colonial and semicolonial countries and certain capitalist countries.
La dialectica entre lo regional y lo universal, la caracterizacion del Brasil de los anos treinta como una formacion social semicolonial en crisis (144) y el reclamo de "autenticas obras epicas realistas" (146) son senales inequivocas de un metodo critico que no tiene correspondencia con el de Candido, pero que, a su vez, delata demasiadas insuficiencias para estudiar al autor.
Added to the list of territorial losses were the semicolonial China Eastern Railway zone in Manchuria, under Russian control; Russia's persistent attempts to block China from accessing the Amur River; the imposition of a hefty indemnity after the Boxer Rebellion in 1900, the lion's share of which went to Russia; and a series of discriminatory laws enacted against the Chinese in the Russian Far East.
(5.) The CPP's prognosis for a national democratic revolution is based on its conviction that "semicolonial and semifeudal conditions" are the "root causes" of poverty and inequality in the Philippines.
Parsons convincingly argues that "Joyce shifts and bends scales in the novel, trying them on and discarding them, to produce an array of scalar perspectives and experiences that seek to capture the experience of the semicolonial city" (155) and its disorienting modernity.
Es decir, al referirnos a lo poscolonial, implicitamente obviamos las condiciones economicas y de desarrollo de aquellos paises otrora colonias o bajo algun esquema semicolonial y, lo mas importante, se niega el legado y las repercusiones del periodo colonial.
It remains an unreformed post-World War II relic with a semicolonial vision of the planet, secretly choosing heritage sites to protect and police through an opaque conclave of so-called experts (in reality a cabal of bureaucratic lobbyists, oiling themselves and an enriching machinery set up for the few not the many).