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'''Neocolonialism''' was referred to by Sukarno{{wp sup|Sukarno}} as part of ''Nekolim'', short for "neo-colonial imperialists." This was an example of his rhetoric against the established world powers which he saw as carrying on colonialism through other means.  
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'''Neocolonialism''' was referred to by Sukarno{{w|Sukarno}} as part of ''Nekolim'', short for "neo-colonial imperialists." This was an example of his rhetoric against the established world powers which he saw as carrying on colonialism through other means.  
  
However this rhetoric (whether accurate or not) and the Non-Aligned Movement{{wp sup|Non-Aligned Movement}} which he supported as part of this way of thinking, has not been seen in history as effective in the struggle against [[poverty]] and for the (self-determination? freedom? prosperity?) of the [[majority world]].
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However this rhetoric (whether accurate or not) and the Non-Aligned Movement{{w|Non-Aligned Movement}} which he supported as part of this way of thinking, has not been seen in history as effective in the struggle against [[poverty]] and for the (self-determination? freedom? prosperity?) of the [[majority world]].
  
 
==See also==
 
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Revision as of 13:20, 8 September 2011

Neocolonialism was referred to by SukarnoW as part of Nekolim, short for "neo-colonial imperialists." This was an example of his rhetoric against the established world powers which he saw as carrying on colonialism through other means.

However this rhetoric (whether accurate or not) and the Non-Aligned MovementW which he supported as part of this way of thinking, has not been seen in history as effective in the struggle against poverty and for the (self-determination? freedom? prosperity?) of the majority world.

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