Imperialism and the State in the Third World: Essays in Honour of Professor Kenneth Robinson

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Michael Twaddle
British Academic Press, Jul 15, 1992 - Political Science - 292 pages
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Kenneth Robinson, former Director of the Institute of Commonwealth Studies, has devoted his academic career to the study of Asian and African politics and history. This Festschrift for him deals with historical and contemporary aspects of imperialism.
  

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Contents

Imperialism and the state in the Third World by Michael
1
Indias ninth general election by Dennis Austin
12
informal empires
23
Berbice and the unification of British Guiana by Donald
67
Lord Milner and the South Africa State reconsidered
80
Church and State in a colonial context by Holger Bernt
95
district
124
War and the origins of the Gold Coast Cocoa Marketing
153
French and British reactions
183
France Britain
207
Nehrus letters to chief
220
Anirudha Gupta
242
The structure of regional conflict in northern Ethiopia
260
The ending of British rule in Hong Kong by Norman
274
Notes on Contributors
287
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Twaddle teaches Politics & History at the Institute of Commonwealth Studies, University of London.

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