Taking Stock 

Resources, inequality and Dar-es-Salaam

Taking Stock

Resources, inequality and Dar-es-Salaam

Neo-colonialism is the idea that colonial power relationships have been perpetuated through trade and global institutions, after direct rule has come to an end. Some critics of neo-colonialism argue that this exploitation of the ‘global south’ – the emerging and frontier economies – by the rich, developed nations of the ‘global north’ has worsened the inequality between the two socio-economic regions.

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